This is a brand new Campus 3 that hasn’t been ignited, and it comes with an original multilingual instruction There is a number 38 in the lower left corner of the other side of the instruction. By convention, this group of numbers usually represents the printing date of the instruction. The appearance of this instruction overturned my previous guess. If the production date of this furnace and the date shown in the instruction are the same as 1938, then this version with copper windshield should belong to the later version, because it is in the ccs database There is a French catalogue from 1934 in the existing catalogue. The design of campus 3 is a steel windshield version. The appearance of this instruction makes the collection of campus 3 interesting. The clear photos of the instructions will be uploaded to the database later. If you are a subscriber, you can go there to check. Here are some details of the stove It looks like it has never been lit This is my other campus 3 If you are interested in campus 3 like me, please join the discussion.