A nice example of a Primus 525 Marine stove, complete with her fiddle rails. She's dated at 1926 (P), beautiful rich, unblemished patina on her fuel tanks so left them as is after the stove's full degreasing. Only needed the standard new parts: viton PIP replacing the original corks, steel spring replacing the original brass and new viton fuel cap gaskets. Her pump leathers were in good shape (dry) and after a 3:1 oil soaking were back in business. This one was sourced along the west coast of the US, out of California. I love and really enjoy working with these steel-plated, 1920/30's scallop-shell type stoves. They have such an appealing form and are so sturdy and dependable. I have a fair bit of roots and history with the marine environment so these types of stoves are always special.