A Radius 42, brass, with SRV on top of her fount and a winged fuel cap. She comes with a colorful orange tin, which was missing her pot supports. Stove was missing her key, chain and pricker(s). No box, instructions or burner accessories (lamp/torch). Based on the image in the Library , the tin is circa 1932-ish and I'm assuming the stove is as well. I recycled both pot supports off a 'spare' Radius green-labelled tin and used them here, however the originals appeared to be parallel or diagonal (images bottom of page) sets. Burner bell and burner plate on stove stamped with 'MADE IN SWEDEN'. The tin lid with a colorful orange blazing star/stove logo. No stamping on fuel control stem. On fount: 'MADE IN SWEDEN' and 'RADIUS No 42'. On side of tank is the RADIUS shooting star logo and Patent information: 'PATENT SOKT', 'GENUINE ONLY WHEN PROVIDED WITH THE NAME: "RADIUS" ' repeated in 5 other languages. SRV labelled 'A-B. RADIUS PATENT' Winged fuel cap on her bottom labelled 'RADIUS' on one side, 'MADE IN SWEDEN' on the other. Back of case with 'RADIUS FOR CAMPING MOTORING' Inside was rusty, cleaned up with WD40/00-wool then rinsed/dried. She came with 2 loop handles/carriers for the accessories affixed to inside of front panel. Tin's side, showing more wear but has nice pattern on her lid rim. Bottom of tin. To get her going she needed a new gasket/washer in her SRV, the original appeared to be some form of fiber material. So a new one was cut from viton (1/16th"), SRV cleaned out (heavy spring was in great condition) and screwed back together. More details in Trojandog's post . Her fuel cap gasket needed replacing, original hard. New one cut from 1/16th" viton. She also need a new wick and carrier. Original wick was partially rotted/ripped while the carrier's 'grip' was twisted 180 degrees from her correct position. I derusted the carrier, then using heat was able to bend the handle part back in position. However the metal was fatigued and thin, so cut a new one from wire to size (4 cm length) and shape. New wicking material cut from a mop. Thanks to Murph for some useful measurements and tips as well. This was my 2nd attempt at a carrier, the first one was pretty poor (too wide of a top) and the stove suffered from not burning properly (limited flame - carrier not deep enough in fuel tube). The cotton mop thread was cut lengthwise into strips somewhat equivalent to the size of the original. The wick on the left is from the overpressurized- Radius 42 , which had been burnt and discolored. The new wick is threaded over top, and each of the two ends threaded through the bottom handle loop and knotted before flaring them out. This is then inserted back into the stove from the bottom and while holding the metal loop push the narrow end up into the fuel tube/vaporizer entrance. Carefully push the wick extends into the fount and you're done. Priming the stove with alcohol Stove running well, nice thrumming sound and she gets hot in a hurry. I used a spare Optimus 8 key on the fuel control, fits perfectly. No yellow in flame and I did not run her inside the orange case to prevent further damage to the colorful tin/paint job. I really like the Radius 42 stoves, and from an earlier thread I hope to pickup an Army (British) No. 7 case for her, as this one will be a user stove. Like that previous thread her limitations/benefits are noted, however this one has an SRV. This particular 42 was not as loud as the nickel-plated one but she 'thrummed' well, taking breaths and exhaling like a Svea 123. For size, this one with the winged cap, will not fit in a 'standard' tin designed to hold the later 42's with the top-hat fuel cap/SRV combination.