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English stoves

Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 5:44 am
by rik_uk3
Not all brass stoves were made in Sweden, these three were all made in Birmingham England. Cooking are some canned sausages in lard, they taste a lot better than they sound and are ideal for camping trips.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d51ZxGjnCDk

Re: English stoves

Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 2:57 pm
by Ridgerunner
rik_uk3 wrote:Not all brass stoves were made in Sweden, these three were all made in Birmingham England. Cooking are some canned sausages in lard, they taste a lot better than they sound and are ideal for camping trips.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d51ZxGjnCDk


Canned / tinned pork sausage packed in lard. Made in the UK by Westlers, not as good as fresh but great for extended camping trips or stock in your TEOTWAWKI stash. Goes well with eggs cooked in ...
Canned / tinned pork sausage packed in lard. Made in the UK by Westlers, not as good as fresh but great for extended camping trips or stock in your TEOTWAWKI stash. Goes well with eggs cooked in the fat and fresh bannock bread.


Sausage, Bannock, and EGGS !!! Alright Richard, you have Zelph's and my attention. When's chow served? Nice English brass stoves. Everytime I look to buy one, I realize the cost of shipping to the states takes it out of my range. :o I did get one in a tin years back. I think it was a Molitor or Monitor. I'll have to hunt that one up.

Re: English stoves

Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 7:10 pm
by zelph
Thanks for the mouth watering video :D

Makes my mouth water and my arteries shrink/cringe :lol:

I love vintage stoves I scored a brand new spirit burner for heating "Sad Irons". The only problem was the auction was in the United Kingdom :o I was the only bidder and won the auction. The shipping charges were so high I had to pass on the stove. I had the stove shipped to a distant relative/inlaw that coincidently lived in the same town as the seller. The stove was hand carried to the relatives house. It was brand new in the box. I later bough one in the states and is now on a shelf in the garage :mrgreen:

Re: English stoves

Posted: Wed May 27, 2009 10:49 pm
by oops56
Ridgerunner that stove in my picture was a deal on e day she had 3 up but if you bought all 3 get them for 7.00 a piece plus shipping total cost a round 40.00 and new in box was a us sale . best deal ever on a stove 3 at that

Re: English stoves

Posted: Thu May 28, 2009 3:56 pm
by rik_uk3
Up until a couple of years ago your could pick up English stoves for about 5 dollars now they fetch 15-50 dollars. Shipping would be about $25 I would imagine.

Re: English stoves

Posted: Thu May 28, 2009 4:09 pm
by zelph
oops56 wrote:Ridgerunner that stove in my picture was a deal on e day she had 3 up but if you bought all 3 get them for 7.00 a piece plus shipping total cost a round 40.00 and new in box was a us sale . best deal ever on a stove 3 at that


You make my ears hurt!!!!! Nobody gets that good of a deal!!!!!!

and "new in the box" give me a break!!!! I thought I heard them all!!!!

:taz: :taz: :taz: :taz: I wanna great deal like oops got :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: dan throws tantrum :cry: :cry:

Re: English stoves

Posted: Thu May 28, 2009 4:28 pm
by Ridgerunner
Ridgerunner is envious and jealous but happy at the same time that Oops was the lucky one to find such a great deal. Five years ago, you could buy stoves for a very reasonable price. Now, they go for a good portion of your weekly paycheck! :(

Re: English stoves

Posted: Fri May 29, 2009 9:19 am
by zelph
One day later and now I feel better :lol:

Nice score oops. Put a bid in for more today, there should be one or two on ebay today ;)