Sievert Type 3099

Discussion in 'Stove Forum' started by kayc, Jan 7, 2019.

  1. kayc South Africa

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    Good day All. I joined this forum to get more info on the above stove. On doing a spring clean in my garage, I rediscovered this old stove that my late Mom used in the 1950's. It was covered in layers of old, congealed cooking oil, fats and muck, which I'm busy cleaning off with lacquer thinners - the only solvent I could use without damaging anything. That's when the names, model number and all the other details surfaced. The only worn part appears to be the cap on the pump housing. I see no dents or other damages so far in the cleaning process. My question is to the rarity or otherwise and whether it can be regarded as a collector's item? Thanks.
     
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