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Burmos No:21

Discussion in 'Townson & Coxson' started by Littledre, Feb 21, 2009.

  1. Littledre United Kingdom

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    Getting attached to your first stove. I have only been collecting for 6 weeks and have just bought my 5th one. Here is my first stove nearly finished. I am already attached to this little Burmos No:21 and I will make sure it always takes pride of place.

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  2. Ian

    Ian United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Pretty stove, Den. :D
     
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    shagratork United Kingdom Moderator Subscriber

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    A great one pint stove with the very clever roarer-burner which allows staight access from the top. :D
     
  4. mr optimus

    mr optimus United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Fantastic first stove well fettled and the box in great condition well done
     
  5. bdsuperglide United States

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    Nice stove, I am looking at one now, but without a tin, I've been collecting stoves for about a year, I started when I decided to give Christmas gifts to my Children and two Grandsons and found what kind of stoves are out there, everone got a Seva 123, I've had one since about 1975, and I don't like the newer stoves I need to slow down I have to buy on line, not many of this type in Florida. I will post some of mind in later.