Enders No. 0

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  1. Sirvandal

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    Mystery stove! I wonder when this stove was manufactured. First time I see a No. 0 :content: . Though I asume the silent burner cap is not an original Enders. There is no Enders stamp in the cap.

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  2. Doc Mark

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    Greetings,

    Very nice old Enders! I've not seen one of those, either. It's really too bad that some one used a very heavy hand in polishing that one, though, as they really damaged the engraving, big time!! :shock: :shock: :doh: :-k ](*,) =; =; =; =; Congrats on scoring that one! If it were mine, I'd NEVER polish it again, and try to save what's left of the engraving! Thanks for sharing, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
  3. Chef BC

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    That is a beauty of a stove, looks very unused and crisp where you would expect to see wear like on the pump knob and filler cap thumb wings. Must have spent a long time with the reserve cap on the pump. None the less, I am still jealous! :mrgreen: 8) :thumbup:
     
  4. Tracer

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    I have also a few of these.

    I think these are numbered as the model 9054 with silent burner and model 9055 with the roarer burner as you can see in the 1952-1953 Enders catalogue here: Enders catalog
     
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