Plated Juwel 17

Discussion in 'Juwel No:17' started by Matthew92, Jul 30, 2017.

  1. Matthew92

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    Ebay purchase, lovely stove in excellent unfired condition. The flame ring is coated steel and the pan ring is also steel, which looks as if it has been plated with brass, I don't know if that is possible? I am unsure if the burner is original. I can see no reason why it would have been replaced when the stove has never been used and I believe that Gustav Barthel produced stoves under the Sirius brand, so it is quite possible that is why this burner is with this stove. Does anyone know when these stoves were produced? I have looked around various parts of the forum but can't seem to find any mention of when they were made.

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    @Matthew92

    That is a great find and a beautiful stove.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
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  4. Matthew92

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    Thanks @Tony Press it really is a beautiful stove, I was quite surprised when I was the only bidder, I didn't think the starting price was very high, considering it's not as common as other stoves.

    Thanks @kerophile it is older than I was thinking then, the scenes on the tin did suggest it was earlier, but I thought perhaps it was just what they used, I was thinking it would be 50's or perhaps later.
     
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    Come on Matthew. You must now come clean and confirm that the old stoves are much cheaper than old lanterns and have many more exciting variations.
    Stove collecting is much more exciting than collecting those boring old lanterns - and the 'stovies' are much nicer, more interesting, supportive, humorous than the glum 'lampies'! :lol:
     
  6. Matthew92

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    Trevor @shagratork yes I will admit some of the stoves are cheaper than the lamps. I had one day off work last week to go lamp buying and I spent a damn sight more than I did on stoves all last week. I got a 1915 Primus 96 that's waiting for me to post. As for the stove members, I wouldn't like to comment.;):lol: