Greetings, Fellow Stovies, I just bid on, and won a very nice Svecia #1 stove from Sweden. At first, I thought it was one of the early versions, but after looking around here at CCS, I now thing it's more likely from the 1930's. I was strongly intrigued by the deep, and lovely engravings on this stove, and thus ponied up the ducats to secure it. It's now on it's way here from Sweden, but here's a "Sneak Peek": These photos were taken by the nice fellow who was selling the stove. I'll take a post more photos, in the reference section, when it arrives, safe and sound! @igh371 , @kerophile , @presscall , What are your thoughts as to the age of this one? I think 1930's, but am always up on being educated, if you think I'm off base. Thanks, Mates, for sharing your comments on this one! Take care, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc PS - Ian, George, and John, you three Gentlemen, and a few others, with your seemingly unending blessings in finding and presenting rare and fantastic stoves, most of which I've never seen before, are, part in parcel, the ones who influenced me to get this stove. I thought, "man, that's a lovely stove", and then I thought of you three, and did what I figured you would do, and bid high, in order win it!! So, sincere thanks to the three for you, for being an influencing factor in my obtaining it!!!! Thanks, Mates!