Chrome 1 Pinter

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  1. nmp

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    A very nice one pint stove! really good chrome, light weight pot stands.

    Spring on pump rod to cushion when on the back stroke.
    Deep embossed tank.

    Photos on a windy day hence the slight yellow to the flame! D20FD49B-0E17-4303-ABF5-5561E3FEC424.jpeg 78C39E41-075D-497D-BB1F-2B8CB76E71B2.jpeg A1CDD083-B229-40EB-8C12-045774566B36.jpeg
     
  2. Doc Mark

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    Hi, Nick @nmp ,

    WOW!! That's a great looking little Veritas! Those stoves are excellent runners, too, from my somewhat limited experience with my own. Well made, and reliable service add up to one wonderful little stove, like YOUR'S!! Well done, and many thanks for sharing this one with us!! Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
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    A chrome beauty!
    A favorite of mine and a great backpacker, too:

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  4. Simes

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    A pair of Veritas's doesn't quite have the impacts of 'Buflams'.

    Noce stove though, and should be referenced for those who are concerned about aluminium legs melting.

    Will be a great user.

    ETA hoper.to get in before you Ed. :)
     
  5. nmp

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    @Doc Mark @Ed Winskill and @Simes

    It has a tin (in poor condition) and a spanner as well.
    I must admit to ignoring the British stoves in favour of the Swedes!

    But dragging this one out from the depths of the cupboard has reminded me to look again as the quality is great!
    Buflam
    @Simes I passed on an un fired Buflam 2 pinter for £20 earlier in the week and I am now regretting it somewhat it had instructions prickers the lot! My thinking was what will I do with a stove I cannot light! If I’d have known you had a soft spot for em I have passed it on!
     
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    @nmp,

    I got a soft spot for interesting British stuff a while ago, not chasing really, I think I have enough of the others.

    Probably an interest in the fuel crisis era in the 70's when many of us we probably born and power cuts required sterilisation of baby kit. Paraffin stoves were probably popular in households already using heaters. Camping Gaz was fairly new and possibly more expensive, especially with a new family. Couple of mine were definately bought for that.