Hi, here are some photos of a Primus No.210 stove which I have just restored. This stove is interesting as it has been modified for transporting on a bicycle. A cast brass split collar has been soldered to the side of the tank, below the filler. The pump knob has been replaced with a No.96 type cap, and the reserve cap exchanged for a home-made hexagonal type, containing a leather washer. In addition the legs or pan-holders have been modified by the addition of welded steel uprights to act as pan securers. The whole outfit came to me in a home-made wooden storage box which appears to be contemporary with the stove (early 1930s): I have reached my image limit,some additional photos to follow. Best Regards, Kerophile.