Discussion in 'Stove Forum' started by Tony Press, Mar 31, 2020.
It came in a box of NOS lamp and stove parts. It’s 59mm (2 1/3 inches) to tip of needle.
Looks like the combined valve spindle and pricker of a small gasoline blowlamp.
My thought too.
Many blowlamps had this function that you always pricked the jet when closing the valve/extinguished the lamp.
Also larger kerosene torches had this setup.
Must be a blowlamp, I agree. Only stoves I can think of with that configuration of inline and not rack and pinion operated pricker spindle are:
Townson & Coxon military stove
... and your component doesn’t resemble the equivalent in any of those.
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