Can anyone please help identify this Camping Stove?

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  1. Newbie Guest

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    My uncle found this brass camping stove in his garage.

    Is anyone able to shed any light as to it's make, age, value etc?

    Thank you for your time, it's most appreciated.
     
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    Please click on links to pics. Thank you
     
  3. Ed Winskill

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    No links found here....
     
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    Do they not work if you download image?
     
  5. Ed Winskill

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    I don't know. It's very easy to load photos here direct from your computer; start with the upload a file button.
     
  6. Christer Carlsson

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    Newbie, you need to upload the pics to the site.
    Your links didn't work. They were to your private Google Drive, so not accessible to others.
     
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    Thank you, I have tried, but when you click on upload pic button it asks for a URL?
     
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    No, not an URL.
    When you upload your pictures to this site, you need to have them locally at your device.
    You will probably have to download them from your cloud service first, and then upload them here to Classic Camp Stoves.
     
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    Does this work?

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    No. It doesn't.
    It isn't uploaded to our site.
    Did you download the images from your cloud, so that they are locally stored at your computer or phone?
     
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    The images were originally on my phone, but they wouldn't upload. I then put them into my Google drive so as to have a URL (which it does ask for when you click on the picture icon button??) hoping that would work. I cannot see where to upload photos straight from my phone or computer? I'm sorry to be wasting your time here....
     
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    You have a button below the field where you type your message which says "Upload a file".
    Click it and browse your phone for the place you have stored your pics.
     
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    Hi, it seems that I had to sign up to have the upload file option! Now I have signed up, the upload file tab miraculously appears!
     
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    Some more pics

    20200119_225305.jpg 20200119_225221.jpg 20200119_225236.jpg
     
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    welcome

    British "RM 1 pinter" but not a topic I'm familiar with.

    I can direct you to ones exactly like it link
    you can have a look around.

    We are now in "valuations" I've no clue but
    is it your intension to sell it?
     
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    @Newbie

    That looks to be British-made picnic stove. I’m trying to recall which of the manufacturers had the label that you have a remnant of. :-k

    Check out the Reference Gallery under Great Britain.

    Tony

    EDIT: crossed with @OMC and @snwcmpr

    It is the RM label.
     
  18. Robert Bruce

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    It looks like a 96 of some sort, can’t see the writing but from the look of it, it doesn’t seem to have had much use. It seems to be newish one by the pump rod.
    Cheers
    Rob
     
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    Definitely British. Looks like an RM 1 pint stove stove.
    Probably made 1950s.
    Not rare, but yours looks in good condition.
    Value? Less than £40 would be my guess.
     
  20. Robert Bruce

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    Some got in before me wile I was typing with better info , well done.
    Cheers
    Rob