Hi, Here are some photos of a Svea 106 I have had for a couple of years. This is a classic 1.75 pint brass tank stove, fuelled with paraffin and fitted with a roarer burner; These Svea No.106 stoves have wonderful graphics on the tanks. They were certainly master-engravers. Another really nice feature of the Svea No.106 is the captive air-release screw on top of the filler cap. The above photo shows the pot legs. I made a minor but interesting observation. You will notice that there appears to be a "tide-line" about 15mm below the top bends. It seems that the legs were tinned by dipping into molten tin or lead-tin solder. It looks like this was a two-stage process; dipping one end of the legs first, then turning the legs over and dipping from the other end. Aren't stoves fascinating? Best Regards, Kerophile.