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Juwel 20

Discussion in 'Juwel No:20' started by dusan, Mar 17, 2015.

  1. dusan Czech Republic

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    Burner Radius (Z) = 1935 ?
    Flamering magnetic = not enough Brass ?
    No Country Sign. = Made in Czechoslovakia on begin WW2 , 1938-39 ?

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    loco7stove United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Looks like a Gustav Barthel with the crossed sword logo from Dresden Germany but i may be wrong :-k

    Stu :D
     
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    Doug L United States Subscriber

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    JUWEL 20
    Look closely you can see the lower portions of the word JUWEL
     
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    loco7stove United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Burner is just a replacement :-k , but nothing new there :doh: :thumbup: , nice trivet though :mrgreen: :thumbup:

    Stu :D
     
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    Hi Dusan

    A very rare stove - it originally would have had, silent burner No 9562

    You are probably correct, Czechoslovakia, as we both know Barthel had a factory there.
     
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    Admin Courtesy of Iani

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    I have just checked my German paperwork, which has a fixed leg Juwel 20, that has a roarer burner.

    I am going to keep an open mind on this one Dusan, whether it should have a silent burner
     
  7. dusan Czech Republic

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    Stu- is clear,is Gustav Barthel stove,when in Germany made is,is not ground "GERMANY" not to
    print.Also "Made in Czechoslovakia" in the years
    1918-1938.Bat the WW2 is ground for Contry sign.not to print.Phoebus is in this time as GERMAN and not as AUSTRIA market.
    Trivet diametre is 155 mm,to small for "0"stoves.

    Iani-legs are fixed maked.Or later is unknown.
    I think,the No."0" 13mm burner is only as
    roarer.
    Maby is this stove make on end of produktion
    from spare and last parts.For this spoke
    the magnetic flamering.