A nicely patinated old stove from Lux. No model number engraved on it, but possibly a No.9, or a forerunner of it. The pot stands are missing, as are the entire box with all accessories. And as you all can see, the burner aren't from Lux! It's the alcohol fuelled version of Primus 4115 (or 4116?). The transport cap and pump lid is also from Primus, which of course only indicates that the stove has been well used since it needed replacement parts. To use another brands part were a natural thing to do since most things were standardized, and to choose Primus would be easy since they were the largest company (Lux was probably not even existant at that time). The burner is a case of it's own! It has never been used. Perhaps someone picked this stove out from its hiding-place during the crisis of WW2. It would have been old even then! But the lack of fossile fuels might have called for an alcohol fueled adaption as we so often see here during those years, so maybe this spirit burner was purchased just for this event, but then never actually came to use? Wild speculations here. But regardless which, I will keep it this way since it was the way I found it, and it is part of its history.