Radius 17

Discussion in 'Radius No:17' started by hydro451, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. hydro451

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    Hi all, just a few pics of what looks to be an unused Radius 17 - no signs of use, tank has no smell and trivet is unblemished - other than a light polish to to tank , this is how it arrived

    1241093825-rad17.jpg 1241093867-rad17a.jpg 1241093897-rad17top.jpg 1241093920-rad17star.jpg 1241093941-rad17graphics.jpg 1241093973-rad17burner.jpg 1241093995-rad17box.jpg

    Cheers Tom
     
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  2. brassnipplekey

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    Nice :) Very nice 8) .
    All genuine Radius .
    I especially like the 'fingers' on the pan ring , allowing small pots/percolators to be used .
    Truly a classic :clap:

    Nick
     
  3. hydro451

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    Thank you very much BNK , can't resist these "discus" tank stoves , so graceful and the wonderful
    engravings are fantastic . This trivet has a flat silver finish vs. my Radius 33 that has gloss or shiny silver finish.

    Cheers Tom
     
  4. brassnipplekey

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    Radius 33 ....interesting ...A rare bird .
    some pics in the ref. gallery would be ( I'm sure) welcome .
    Nick
     
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    Hi BNK,

    Coming this weekend I hope - a tad more polishing to be done

    Cheers Tom
     
  6. kerophile

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    Hi Tom, Lovely example of this great stove. I have never seen a new, us-used one before.

    I believe it is an earlier model, perhaps from the 1930s as it has the large, and prominent Radius "Shooting Star" displayed on the tank, directly above the pump.

    I think this stove of mine is from the same period:

    https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/5587


    Would it be possible for you to photograph the label, and any other markings on the box, to add to the labels Section of the Gallery? It all helps in building up a picture to help date these stoves.


    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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  7. Spiritburner

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    Reply moved to here.
     
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