I believe this Svea 8 to be in the pre-1930 era and possibly as early as 1908, maybe earlier, based on the catalogs here at CCS and the lettering style on the font. This one is equipped with the #800 Svea "tube" burner which was offered as an option for this stove. You can see in the photos that the burner is heavily damaged, but it still functions quite well. The tin is missing one of the sheet metal partitions. The brass padlock is not original and is American made. The first two photos show the kit before cleaning with solvents and waxing. No abrasives were used on this stove and I made an effort to keep as much of the patina as possible and still get rid of the worst of the dirt and dried kero. I hope you enjoy the photos.