Juwel No. 1 P

Discussion in 'Juwel No:1' started by Sternenlicht, Oct 21, 2020.

  1. Sternenlicht

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    A nice stove with a Juwel Type P burner and a beautiful patina.
    I replaced the washers and the jet. Unfortunately the NRV broke during dismantling. I tried to braze it and recut the thread but it didn't work. The NRV is interesting, for service the bottom has to screwed out, not the tube.
    It came without the outer cap. I took an old Optimus which is little to large, but it works good, fantastic flame pattern! And very powerful.
    The seller told, it was used until the 1950's by the her grandmother. But I'm not sure about the stoves age, maybe 1920-1930?

    Ciao, Bastian

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  2. Tony Press

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    Very nice stove, Bastian.:thumbup:

    Is that brass square at repair patch?

    Tony
     
  3. Sternenlicht

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    Hej Tony,
    Thanks! I like that stove really much, since I got it, I used it quite much, a real powerhorse!
    I do not know why there is that patch on the tank, it could be also a patch from the distributor. But then he forgot to stamp his name on it

    But I think you are right!

    Ciao, Bastian
     
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    Thanks, Bastian.

    Tony
     
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    Hi @Sternenlicht Interesting stove. I found my Juwel No1 with a roarer burner is also a powerful stove with a great flame pattern.
    I too commented on the unusual Juwel NRV:

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.