Identification

Discussion in 'Mystery Stoves' started by wild-cat, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. wild-cat

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    Auction gone but I think it is interesting.

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  2. wild-cat

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    Germany
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  3. SMolson

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    That's a kerosene double wick stove. Each wick has a seperate 'control' knob that raises (increase) and lowers (decrease) the wick (intensity). Some companies still make them to this day, abeit slightly different design. The wicks can be purchased new. They can be 'finicky' to run properly and are relatively inexpensive stoves (
     
  4. klausvader

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    Hi wild cat,
    The logo is of feuerhand, but this girl is not the best of German design :roll: ... an ugly heater
    Kind regards.
     
  5. Peer Kaiser

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    Hi,
    if you do not like the heater.
    I have interest in it :whistle: .
    Best greetings from Germany
    Peer