Primus 34 - 1926

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  1. Admin

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    This is a 1 pint stove.

    There appears to be the letter R stamped on the leg, nearest to the pump
    There is what appears to be the letter Y, on the underside of the tank, on the side wall rim.

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  2. shagratork

    shagratork United Kingdom Moderator, R.I.P. Subscriber

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    Hello Ian

    That is a wonderful example of a quite rare stove.
    It is unusual in that although it has only a one pint tank, it is non-collapsible.
    It must be powerful for its size because it has the same silent burner as the larger No.4 and No.5 Junior.

    I don't know the exact production years, but have seen it in catalogues on this site from 1912, 1922 and 1935.

    Very nicely photographed, Ian and great for the archive.
     
  3. gunsoo

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    Hi Lan.

    Very nice good condition and rare stove !!