Greetings, Fellow Stovies! A few days ago, I was casting about on the 'Bay, and found what looked like a good possibility. It was a Primus #2, which appears to date to 1955! It was pretty beat up, but it was a silent version of this venerable stove, which I've never seen before! Aside from missing it's inner and outer burner caps, it appeared to be complete. And, it had a BIN price of only $57.95! How could I refuse!?!! A click of the BIN button, and The #2 was mine! Here are the photos posted by the seller: Since both burner, and font are stamped "AT" (1955), I think it's safe to assume that they were made for each other, originally. As you can see, the burner needs lots of attention, to get it back into any kind of usable condition. And, it's apparent that the pump rod knob is damaged, and may well need replacement, if such a thing can be found. In any case, the stove is scheduled to arrive next Tuesday, and I very much look forward to seeing what it will need to get it back up and running again! I'm thrilled by the price, and think I'll be similarly thrilled, if I can get this Old Timer up and running again!! Now, to source proper inner and outer burner caps....!! One interesting thing about the #2 stove is that, somehow, I now own FIVE of these big beasts!! I most certainly did not set out to gather so many, but it happened, in any case! I'll take a "Optimus/Primus #2 Family Photo", when this recent one is fettled and running. Thanks for checking it out, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc PS - I have to say, I'm surprised that nobody used the BIN before I saw it. Guess it looked too beat up for others to have any interest in it. We'll see if I made a good decision, or if this turns out to be a "parts" stove.