A Juwel 34, early 1980's, in black/grey paint scheme. This one came to me as a gift from a friend in Germany. Was used by her father on his holidays and trips on the Elbe River. It was very lightly used when I received it, in good condition. Came with spare parts tin, regulator key/multitool, funnel and case/pot support with strap. Like many other such models, everything packs away in its own cylindrical draughtshield. Shown with everything unpacked. No stamping on brass burner plate. Fuel control stems comes off the fuel tube at a squared angle. Hexa-sided jet Fount stamping includes JUWEL 34 Nur für Benzin d'essence for benzine (gasoline). Brass fuel cap stamped with G/B logo. G/B logo Gustav Barthel Dresden and a triangle with 2 horizontal parallel lines. Bottom of fount nests inside bottom cap when packed, rests on ground when deployed for use. No stamping on underside of fount. The spindle/multi-tool is used to loosen and tighten the heavy, solid brass fuel cap and to access the SRV. Hole in the handle part will not fit this one's jet. O-ring in fuel cap makes solid seal to fount when tightened. BARTHEL-labelled spare parts tin contains/holds the key/multi-tool, foldable pricker, 10 spare pricker needles/carriers (labelled 028), 1 SRV rubber washer, graphite washer (for regulator valve) and 1 jet. Foldable pricker showing removable/replaceable needle end. Draughtshield with 4 pot supports, each is rotated 180 for deployment, pushed into place. Stove with nice long key/multitool firmly in position. Stove nestled inside her draughtshield/pot support. There is no heatshield for these, potential increased risk of overpressurization. Both end caps in place, stove all packed up. Comes with cotton strap and metal fastenings to keep everything snugly in place. Top cap stamped Nur für Benzin Juwel 34 Gustav Barthel Dresden This stove didn't need anything replaced or fixed, she was good to go. Primed with methyl hydrate Running at near full power Great little stove, well designed, good pot support for stove size, she thrums along sounding like a Svea 123 (not as loud though), good fuel control, nice long key doesn't have to be removed during operation (e.g. doesn't get too hot), solid steel case, nice parts kit, easy to pack up, etc. The only negatives, imo, is the lack of a heat shield, steel fount (rust risk) and the design of the fuel cap (necessitating the use of the key to tighten/loosen). Thumbs up and looking forward to using her on the next camping trip.