Primus No.100

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  1. paulgarswood

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    Newly acquired Primus No.100. Before and after Fettle.

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  2. presscall

    presscall United Kingdom SotM Winner SotY Winner Subscriber

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    What's the date stamp on that one PG?

    John
     
  3. paulgarswood

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    Base does not have a date stamp, just marked Made in Sweden. 1341317867-1261241167-Burner_markings_opt.jpg
    Burner is like centre one which in "Bryans Introduction to PTC" is believed to be a type made in 1950s. Reading his excellent description I suspect this stove to be somewhere in the 1960s but regretably have no marking to support any dates.
     
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    Lovely shot of burning copper salts... 1st time that Classy Classic has burned for a while .It sometimes seems a shame that they soon turn to blue.
    MMMMMM Discus stove :-)
    Nick.
     
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    Nice stove. One of my favorites.

    Steve