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Discussion in 'Mystery Stoves' started by Tony, Jun 4, 2017.

  1. Tony

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    Good morning to all on this sad day in the UK.

    Help - can anybody identify the make of this stove that I recently bought on e-bay. There are no marking on it at all.

    The burner head is very like those found on the 123, 8R and 111B, is the stove petrol or paraffin?

    Can anyone suggest somebody in the UK who is willing, for a fee, to get it working.

    kind regards

    Tony

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  2. Ray123

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    Hi Tony,

    It looks like an Enders 9060.
     
  3. Trojandog

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    @Tony

    One of the German Enders maybe?
     
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    Yes Enders. Some models like that seem to have been sold without a box.
    Make your own windscreen set.
    A very good stove when everything works. May take some fettling, or not.

    Ken in NC
     
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    Before I read the rest of the thread, I also immediately thought, 'Enders'.
     
  8. anfeng

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    Hey Tony!
    It looks like a later version of the German Enders 9060, no trademark may be because the stickers on the fuel tank are missing.

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    Your stove is labeled with an adhesive label on a stamped mark
    Sorry my English is very poor, do not know you can understand?
     
  9. snwcmpr

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    I am thinking the catalog had something about a model that did not have a box. (???)
     
  10. shueilung.2008

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    @anfeng : you mean the label is a brass engraved plate fixed to the font with adhesive instead of soldered? May be the benzine used to fill the font has dissolved it (the adhesive), making the plate to falll apart.

    Anyway a picture so clear like yours is "better than ten thousand words".

    Great stove and pictures, anfeng.

    Congratulations!

    Enrique
     
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    Anfeng,

    No apology needed, your English is very good. Way better than my Chinese will ever be.

    For Tony and others in the UK, our thoughts are with you, following the cowardly, and vicious terrorist attack in London.

    Simon Foxxx
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  12. anfeng

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    @shueilung.2008
    Late versions may be due to cost control reasons, thus simplifying the production, the trademark from the original bronze version into a sticker
    IMG_6620.JPG Just like the one on the right in this picture I found on ebay, the logo is a sticker
     
  13. Ray123

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    Anfeng is correct about there being a few different versions of the 9060. Some have the nice Enders logo plates on the tank, some have 4 pot supports, some 3. Some may have Enders stamped on the burner plate.
    The sticker isn't really a logo. It's a fuel warning, only for gas (benzin) and maybe a part number. Even with the sticker in place but without the box we have Tony's situation, an unnamed stove.

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  14. anfeng

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    Hello Ray! Thank you for correcting my mistake, you are right, which label is indeed a fuel warning sign, I have learned a new knowledge here.
    anfeng
     
  15. Ray123

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    @anfeng

    Glad I could help. You have added a nice set of pictures to help this topic. Your stove is a beautiful example of the Enders 9060.

    Ray