Primus 100P - 1915

Discussion in 'Primus No:100' started by z1ulike, Apr 19, 2020.

  1. z1ulike

    z1ulike United States SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Please refer to this 1911 Primus 100 post by @igh371 for a complete explanation of the unique preheater and "P" designation for this stove. It's really a good post and helped me figure out how my stove works.

    18 Stove.JPG


    02 Logo.JPG

    03 Box Open.JPG

    04 Contents.JPG

    05 Preheat.JPG

    06 Lipstick.JPG

    07 bottom preheat.JPG

    08 Top preheat.JPG

    09 Burner assembled.JPG

    10 Date.JPG

    11 Inscription.JPG

    12 Air Release.JPG

    13 Fill Cap.JPG

    14 100.JPG

    15 Primus.JPG

    16 Top inscription.JPG

    17 Pump cap.JPG

    Ben
     

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    No idea where you guys come up with these stoves, but that is fantastic.
     
  3. igh371

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    No shortage of lipsticks there Ben, that should be the stove set for another 100 years …
    Ian:thumbup:
     
  4. Tony Press

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    Excellent stove, Ben!

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  5. Doc Mark

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    @z1ulike ,

    WOW, Ben!! That is a wonderful Old Timer! Love the plaque on the tin, too. You don't see those very often, and the combination makes for an interesting and historically significant stove set!! Well done, and thanks for sharing it with us! Going to leave it as found, or clean it up a tad? Thanks, again, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc