Hi, I recently acquired another Radius No.17 stove, this one was listed as: "Antique brass RADIUS from SWEDEN camping stove in an antique case (not original) with antique brown glass fuel bottle". It appeared to be complete and have a good tank and burner. Here are some of the seller's photographs: The Radius 17 is a classic 1.75 pint, paraffin, collapsible stove, fitted with a roarer burner. This particular stove is an fairly early model and probably dates from the very late 1930s, around the start of WW2. I renewed the burner washers, but the pump leather was good, so I only had to lubricate it. I checked the NRV and found that the original cork "pip" was still supple and in good condition. I only had to turn it over in its brass carrier and re-fit it. After a good wash, I could see that the stove still had a lot of its original lacquer coating although it was rather patchy, so I decided to remove it. Radius stoves have wonderful tank markings and since I like to study these in detail, a polished surface is helpful: Here are some photos taken after fettling: I have already posted photos of the Radius pickers and spanners (wrenches) that came with the outfit, in the Paraffinlalia Section on CCS: https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/radius-jet-prickers.32186/ https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/radius-spanners-wrenches.32185/ I will post some additional stove photos in the Reference Gallery later. This turned out to be a very interesting stove and I am glad I acquired it. Best Regards, Kerophile.