Monitor No.127

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  1. Motoshi Makino

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  2. David Shouksmith

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    Thanks, Motoshi - great images. 8)

    Apart from the feet and pressure release it looks similar to the 17B Touring/Tourist. I'm now off to the catalogue section to find out the difference!

    Also great graphics on the tin redolent of an earlier age. A bit of 'artistic licence' evident with the stove which seems to have grown in the illustrations to about the size of a Primus No. 2 or even a No. 3! :)

    (Edit - Ah, I see the 127 is the fixed foot version of the 17B. I think I need one - soon..!) :mrgreen:
     
  3. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello David .

    Thanks, Praise of photograph. :D
    And I toast this British wonderful stove.

    Regards Motoshi.