Primus instruction printer mark: date?

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  1. Tony Press

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    I have a (very delicate) Primus instruction card for a Primus No. 4.

    Is this a print date (or version date) for the instructions?

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    Thank you in advance.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  2. Lennart F Sweden

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    My guess is: E(nglish). (version or type)4. (planned number of prints)10000. (month)7. (year 19)12.
    The print looks like what is expected for a kitchen Primus of that era.
     
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    @Lennart F

    Thank you.

    I will carefully photograph the papers that came with this old stove.

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  4. Lennart F Sweden

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    Look at "Clean nipple" as an evidence that the Russian instructions were printed at the same print shop as "an" are actually Cyrillic types accidentally used in English. :-k:idea::lol: