HASAG blue flame stove

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  1. Thumper

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  2. Admin

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    There is a wicky stove, Coheat, probably from the 50's - 60's, could be earlier, very much like your Hasag.
    Cracking stoves.
    The Coheat can be regulated. The pre-heat time is equivalent to any pressure stove, boiling time is just as good.
     
  3. Sedgman

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    Amazing condition, what a great stove. The flame shots are excellent. :thumbup: :thumbup:

    Iain
     
  4. Gerald Austria

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    Hi, the stove is from before 1945, because german companies were forced after second Worldwar by the allied fores to mark all products with " made in West Germany" as a kind of shame pattern.
    But it had the opposite effect, it started to stand for a very good product quality.
    Here is a picture of my stove I just bought, couldn't find a Modell number yet.
     

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