Juwel 100 - P - 1930s

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  1. Admin

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    We think it is a P, as we cant translate the catalogue. 1930's

    It was missing its outer burner cap, the only one that worked very well, was the one in the last picture, with two rows of holes, and it also works well without any cap.

    The original non return valve was worse than useless - replaced that with a standard Optimus.

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  2. Tracer

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    Very nice, I really start to like those kitchen 1 burner stoves.

    Thanks for sharing!