Mirus Double Burner

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  1. Glyn Evans United Kingdom

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    I brought this back from France but can find no information on it. Can anyone help please?
     
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    @Glyn Evans
    I can see ‘Mirus’ in your photo of the enamel cast stove frame. The name will be on the stove fuel tanks too I expect, vicinity of the air release screw(s).

    A number of posts on CCS when you search with that name.

    HERE’s mine, a single burner example.

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    Twin burner example HERE.

    Advertisement (1930’s) for the twin-burner model.

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    It’s a paraffin stove (petrole, or petroleum in French) and the fuel tanks are prone to stress cracks.
     
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    Very classy stove you have there. I love the enameling. Congratulations.

    Ben
     
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