Primus 54 - 1938

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  1. BernieDawg Banned

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    This is the 1938 Primus 54 which came in my Primus 1153 Stove Shelter. The tank and pot legs got the full polish treatment. The trivet was derusted and painted with heat resistant paint. This stove sports a brass outer cap.

    More pictures of the Stove Shelter may be found in this post:
    https://classiccampstoves.com/posts/19205

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    Wonderful stove and shelter!!!

    That stove shelter reminds me of the Primus 71/Opt 80 set up. Just a lot bigger.

    Great pictures as well!

    Thank you so much for adding this!

    Best Regards,
    Jeff
     
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    Great -- both this and the accompanying post on the shelter!

    I loved the fish eye lens effect off the bottom of the stove -- we get to see part of the shop where magic happens.
     
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    Wow! Better than new! Shiney-est stove bottom I've ever seen, and it gives a nice view of your shop...band saw, drill press, lathe, and more. Thanks for posting. An inspiration.

    Paul
     
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    Hi Gary, lovely stove and perfect pictures.
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    Beautiful.
     
  7. Admin

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    Hi Gary

    I love these stove shelters/tins.
    I was lucky enough to meet a neighbour, a few streets away, whose house was literally full of all things Parafin, and he had some beautiful stove shelters. I asked if he wanted to sell any, unfortunately he said no, but over a period of weeks I was able to walk away with a substabtial number of stoves from him.
    Take care
    Ian
     
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    Hi Gary
    Beautiful pictures of a wonderful stove. This is certainly one of the best I have seen. Perfect year too - my birth year :lol:

    Thanks so much for sharing.

    atb Jim