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what's this stove?

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Took a quick pic at a swap meet sorry there's not more. The price was too high and had to pass. Can see some stamps on the front T&C and JBX / 11388 About the size of a shoe box. Image
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I think you did very well to pass that one up. Some members here are very familiar with Euro stoves and may immediately know what it is. At least I suspect it's a Euro stove. It 's missing the flame spreaders and who knows what else.
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Townson & Coxson 153? Very rare. Military stove. Uses military type burner caps.
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I'd have given them 10 bucks for it without even knowing what it is. Looks interesting.
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Thanks all. Glad I asked. Figured someone here would know.
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Coldwaterpaddler wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 3:58 am I'd have given them 10 bucks for it without even knowing what it is. Looks interesting.
Me too but unfortunately he wanted $125...
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Yeah . . . I saw that. They must be worth a LOT of money if they were asking $125 for an incomplete stove.
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Coldwaterpaddler wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 4:08 am Yeah . . . I saw that. They must be worth a LOT of money if they were asking $125 for an incomplete stove.
Or it could be like the lady at the antique store near me asking $125 for a 413g because she looked up what a new one costs. She's had it since I got into all this.
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