Svea No. 15 (maybe 1930s ?)

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  1. Sternenlicht

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    I recently got my first stove with external NRV.
    I cleaned it and changed most of the seals, the lead washer in the NRV cap was still ok.
    The burner seems to be original, but it was strongly twisted. I tried to twist it back nearly its original shape. No damages due to that... puhhh ;)
    compared to the other stoves in the SRG I think it is from the 1930s, but I am not sure.

    The stove seems to be bought in Augsburg, Germany in a store owned by Hans Nussbaum. With a quick search I couldn't find any information about that store.

    Ciao, Bastian

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  2. igh371

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    'King of Stoves' logo places this stove into late 1930s or possibly even early 1940s:thumbup:
     
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    I've always liked those dimple 'lighters'.
     
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    Very nice man, congrats.
     
  5. CaesarV

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    nice
    a great King of stoves
    I think it is late 30s or early 40s too