Optimus 111 (F = "förnicklad" which is Swedish for nickel-plated) with accoutrements. I put in a bid on this one only because it had most of the accessories. As it turns out, it's quite a nice unit in pretty good shape. Probably made in the mid to late 1950's. First of all, the outside of the case is in beautiful shape. Here after a quick clean up and just a little bit of wax. I really like this greenish tone, and the embossments are very elegant. Unfortunately some pretty crude rust inside the case just locally around the clip that holds the preheating cup. Original flame spreader marked Optimus and Sweden. Control key with burgundy red knob. Original packaging in need of some TLC. Hand written price tag with a bit faded writing. It seems that original price was 49.- (SEK?), crossed over an put on sale for 38.- Original quality hallmark hang tag. Manual in four languages. The rag a.k.a. wiper. A cleaning cloth that originally came with the 111's and 22's. The spirit can No. 69, possibly with a replaced spout. I think the original ones had a folding spout. The spirit can actually comes from another 111 I have, but I wanted to consolidate into one complete unit. The whole kit. The nickel plating is in excellent condition. So - will it work? I have not yet done anything to the burner, only checked that there is pressure build-up and no obvious leakage. So I put some fresh paraffin in the tank and preheated. And ignition! The image does not do the color of the flame justice. It is more blueish, but I still think it burns far too rich. I will later try with a new jet. When brew is ready, the rag finally comes in handy!