C R Nyberg, Sundbyberg.

Discussion in 'Early Nyberg Petrol Models' started by Johan Lundstrom, May 16, 2021.

  1. Johan Lundstrom

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    Hello!

    Guess I was lucky when I ran over this nice stove/burner a few weeks ago
    It is in very good condition and a heavy piece, 1240 grams.
    I Will date it from about 1890-1900. Annyone have more date info in this stove?
    Regards from Johan.

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  2. Doc Mark

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    Good Morning, @Johan Lundstrom ,

    WOW!! That's a great Old Timer, and it's historical importance cannot be ignored!! You are blessed to have found it, and I'm happy that you are giving it a loving and appreciative home! Thanks for sharing it here, too. Much appreciated on all ccound. Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
  3. Johan Lundstrom

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    Thanks @Doc Mark ! I never thought I would find one at an affordable price. But I must say that I have only seen one for sale here in Sweden in over 20 years. Its great of own some Swedish industrial history! It Will have a lot of love here in my Home. place of honor on the shelf
     
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    Fantastic!
    Very steam punk!
    Very nice!
    Thanks Nick
     
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    Well done lad. I'm green. Is it self pressurizing. It appears to be. WELL DONE.

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    Grattis Johan !
    What a magnificent apparatus ! Do you think its use was industrial or domestic ? The angles on the pot stand suggest it was used to heat a round bottomed vessel . How big is it ? Your photos are excellent but I don’t get a sense of scale .
    Cheers Alastair
     
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    Hello Alastair!
    The dimensions are.
    H=20 cm
    W=14 cm
    Weight 1250 grams
    I think the kitchen supports were made for the old type of cookware that was adapted to wood stoves. Maybe someone in the forum has more information?

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    Tack Johan !
    It is one of the finest pieces I’ve ever seen . Looks like something an alchemist would have . It is excellent that you are preserving it for posterity .
    Cheers Alastair
     
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    Thanks Alastair!