Svea No.10 c.1909-16

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  1. igh371

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    The Svea No.10 stove was the conventional burner alternative to the original Svea '0' at the time when the '0' was still fitted with one of Sievert/Svea's remarkable 'tubular' burners (see here). The No.10 would seem to have been dropped from the Svea range sometime shortly after 1915/6 by when '0' marked stoves had become available with either type of burner making the '10' designation increasingly redundant (see 1915 & 1916 brochures). This is one of the later phase Svea No.10 stoves, distinguishable from the earlier phase No.10s by the adoption of the modern standard pump rod construction, a change from a Nyberg's Patent legend on the pump rod cap to 'Svea Made in Sweden', and the substitution of 'Made in Sweden' for the word 'Patent' in the centre of the tank base provenance stamping:
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    Most other markings and features remained unaltered:
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    Thanks. That’s another excellent addition to the Gallery.

    Cheers

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    And old russian spelling - pre soviet spelling.