Discussion in 'Optimus No:1(inc. S & J)' started by z1ulike, Apr 18, 2020.
This stove looks like a twin to this one @kerophile dates to 1914-18?
wow very nice
The only difference I detect is the stampings on the filler cap.
Wow, that looks great!
The incuse inscriptions on both the filler cap and air screw are good indicator features of Optimus stove early dating, alongside the wing nut riser fitment and the bun feet. What I find most impressive of all, however, is the amazing state of preservation of the NRV carrier screwdriver slot. I have never seen one so perfect, what chance it has never been touched?
That's a beautiful one.
Hi @z1ulike That is a good-looking, near sister stove, to my example!
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