Hi, I thought we needed more stove pictures on the Site and since no one else is offering I have decided to show you some work in Progress. I recently acquired a somewhat distressed Optimus 1S Nickel - plated stove. This is a paraffin-fuelled 2-pint stove, and I believe that this one dates from the 1930s. Here is a photo of the stove as it was advertised by the Seller: I have already posted some images of the silent burner it was fitted with: https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/7184 I got some very useful information from the replies I received. Today I made some replacement legs, set up the stove with a roarer burner, which would have been correct for a Optimus 1S stove, and got it operating: It quickly boiled my kettle and I brewed up a mug of tea. I fitted the stove with a Primus pan-ring because that was what was handy at the time; The reserve tank lid, which is parked on the pump rod, was made by Doug Weise, as the original was missing. You can see that it pushes out a very good flame; The Optimus 1S is one of those stoves fitted with attractive Lion's feet: The tank has all the usual, good quality Optimus engraving. So there you have it; An 80-year old classic Swedish paraffin pressure stove. This one will never win a beauty contest, nor be a high-quality display stove but it works well and will probably be good for many more years. It has given me a lot of satisfaction researching the stove, burner and other components, and making and replacing those parts that were needed. It could have so easily have ended up in the scrap-bin Best Regards, Kerophile.