No:76

Discussion in 'Primus No:76' started by Spiritburner, Oct 11, 2008.

  1. Spiritburner

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    Courtesy of ebayer 'Yadubeau'

    This model was introduced around 1931 & the one shown here is an early model with the first generation burner.

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    Many thanks again to ebayer 'Yadubeau' - who has sent through a load more photo's of this great old stove. I've added them in place of the original small ebay pictures.
     
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    Fantastic set of pics from 'Yadubeau' Ross - easy now to tell where Villiers got their pattern from ;)
     
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    Nice looking stove, is this a petrol/naphta stove?
    Looks like it from my point of view...
     
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    Yes - the 76 & 77 are petrol
     
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    It arrived from France now.
    I want to burn it by maintaining it. The sizes are a little larger than Centreforge CF82 of UK.
    Many thanks to ebayer 'Yadubeau'

    Because the price was high, it is secret in the wife. :-$

    Best regards,
    Motoshi

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    Well done! We won't tell!
     
  8. Motoshi Makino

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    Thank you Ross.
    Because it is not found at present by the wife, it is relieved.

    It passed the burning test by maintaining Primus No.76.

    Best regards,
    Motoshi
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    What was the date on this one? Can you please check when the wife is not looking! ;)
     
  10. Motoshi Makino

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    Hello Ross.

    The stove was put out from the secret place and it saw with the magnifying glass
    because there was no wife now. It is a stamp of W(1932). ;)
    By the way, what is the meaning of 23 under W?


    Best regards, 1225961723-DSC06267.JPG
    Motoshi
     
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