Early example of Svecia No.1 stove made by Järnvägsmateriel. Catalogues seem to indicate that Järnvägsmateriel was superseded by K.F.Erikssons (KFE) after 1911 due to either take over or some other reason. Notable features include firstly the combination of the external NRV and an early pump rod design featuring fixed backstop with leather sealing washer behind the pump cup. Second the neat little Svea-like feet pads which seem to vanish from the later KFE/Prince stoves, possibly for production cost reasons. And finally there are the prominent tooling marks from the shaping process on the lower legs. Those marks are present identically on all 3 legs. That pump rod design, it has to be said, does work very effectively; but obviously would also have been far more costly to produce than the type that became universal standard. There are no marks or inscriptions on either the filler cap or pressure release key.