Need help to identify this stove

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  1. henner

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    I haven't posted in a while. Moved from the city to retire. I was playing around with a few stoves today and found this one. I am not sure what the last letter in the name is ? The burner says Valour but that might have been changed. Some pictures didn't come out good. Anyone know name & where it was made.

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    A rather wild guess but I'd say RECORD in Russian! Your burner is a British VALOR but, like you said, most probably changed sometime during the stove's life.
     
  3. henner

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    I have since posting found some information. It is Russian the name is Pekopa.
     
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    Looks more like Recora to me...
     
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    I'd go with that. :thumbup:
     
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    Завод ШТАМП им. Ванникова Тула (ЗШВ); Rekord-1;Standard kerosene pressure stoves
     
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    I thought I had seen the logotype before! The samovar factory in Tula:):thumbup:
     
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    Be careful, if you planned run it ! Thread on Record burner is metrical 14x1, but on Valor burner it may be Witworth type - i not sure.