Radius 1C with silent burner

Discussion in 'Radius No:1' started by kayhannah, Nov 26, 2012.

  1. kayhannah

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    Radius 1C with incomplete silent burner. I think this is an early model, similar to the one kerophile posted, as it has the shooting star on both the top and the side.

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  2. roat

    roat Norway Subscriber

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    Older than 1938 I believe. Love the shooting star logo! Nice pan ring also, seems to be in a good shape. :thumbup:
     
  3. DAVE GIBSON

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    Yes, another junker saved from the tip, which is where I think a lot of them were tossed when homes got city gas. That explains all the missing caps too!
     
  4. Murph

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    The missus made a similar comment, until she decided to cook up 3 gallons of soup, and found out the old kero pressure stove puts out some SERIOUS HEAT!

    Set the pot over the Monitor C11, and let 'er rip, was up to a solid rolling boil in no time flat!

    Murph
     
  5. kerophile

    kerophile United Kingdom SotM Winner Subscriber

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    Hi, the tank and fittings of your stove are marked AB RADIUS. This mark was used up to around 1938/1940. Later stoves were marked "Radius Ltd". Your stove is likely pre-1938.
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.