Ginge Range

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  1. Sternenlicht

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    This stove seems to had a hard life, some dents, pinholes, the soldered seam between tank and burner were broken. Also the seam to one of the side caps. The iron cast is also broken, but this is not unusual.
    Compared to the other Ginge Ranges my has a square plate on bottom of the quadrupedal trivet.

    I do not know how old it is, I assume it is from the 1950's. Maybd someone knows better?

    I like this stove and will use it for large pots in my garden.

    Ciao, Bastian

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  2. Tony Press

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    Thank you. That’s an interesting stove.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  3. Harder D. Soerensen

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    I have the same stove.
    A Ginge Range(?)
    Its a workhorse of a stove and is used for large pots and pans under our Lampie gatherings here - it can take quite a weight and runs stable for hours.
     
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