English gassie?

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  1. blabast88

    blabast88 France Subscriber

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    My friend Hervé encountered this gas stove, from a type I haven't seen before. It could be an english model, but not sure at all. No marks anywhere, only the overall aspect could help to identify this one?

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    Photo courtesy of Hervé.

    Bastien.
     
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    @blabast88 No, I’ve never seen him before in my life, officer.
     
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    @presscall holy cow, if you don't know this stove, who could?
     
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    I dunno. Could be the red, or the cup, or what, but something about it says Veritas, Falk Stadelman to me.
     
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    It looks vaguely familiar to me although I can't bring to mind what it is - probably one of my unloved gassie stoves lurking around here somewhere. The stove part is somewhat reminiscent of a Tilley T-Up (but isn't)...
     
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    It is rather.

    The T-Up.

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