Identify stove

Discussion in 'Stove Forum' started by Stickan56, Aug 14, 2019.

  1. Stickan56 Sweden

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    Please, I need your help to identify my latest buy.
    The text on the top of the tank is "Standard No 1" , "Made in Sweden" , "Patent"
    No text on the side of the tank
    No feets on the support legs.
    The NVR is accessed thrue the filling hole.
    It has a Radius burner and a filler cap from Primus, the cap is not original.

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  2. Tony Press

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    Welcome, Stickan.

    See here:

    Standard Patent No.1 c.1906-9

    The NRV is very interesting.

    When you find out more about it, it would be good to see a complete set of photos in the Reference Gallery.

    Best regards

    Tony

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  4. Lennart F Sweden

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    You beat me on that auction but I'm very happy to see it went to the right person:clap:
     
  5. Stickan56 Sweden

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    Thank you for your kind words.
    I bought it as a Primus wreck and with my limited knowledge I belived it was a Primus.
    The only Primus part on it was the filler cap.
    I had to work some time with the NRV before I could firing it up.
    I get the NRV out with help of a plier and then I saw a wider track in the sleeve for a bigger sqrewdriver.
    I also replaced the spring and the cork seal against one of rubber.
    After a test in 30 minutes I decided do the polishing.
    A lot of ketchup later and finally a polishing with a machine gave this result.

    There is a zero "0" i the bottom of the tank, does this give some more information?

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  6. Lennart F Sweden

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    And I thought it was a norwegian Standard from Høvik verk even if the norwegian ones use to have a less brutal embossing of the name.