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Juwel 33- Funnel

Finally the funnel came, my Gustav Barthel Juwel 33 is almost completed, picking up bits and pieces to complete the spare part box, some parts are not for 33. Bit by bit the set comes together. That’s the joy of collection. But waste a lot on useless parts and postage. Its fine as long as…
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Juwel 33

Thanks for Fritze Knie to found me the Juwel 33 stove and guild me to start up the fire. I was almost purchase a Juwel 34, and he stopped me in time. Was knew nothing between the 33 and 34 then.

Trinkwasser 5L

My one and only Trinkwasser 5L, sitting at the corner for months, as RAL paint is not available here, tried many paint but not match at all. not until found the MTN paint, the project had duly completed. Next phase—aging.

Bunkerofen Wehrmacht with Pipes

To complete the bunkerrofen a pipe with rain hood are needed. From the opening at the top of the oven the required size is 7.2cm diameter. Amazingly it is easy to found on Amazon, eBay and individual sellers as well as China. The correct term is stove pipes or chimney pipe for wood stove in…
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Bunkerofen Wehrmacht

To get approval from wife to store the bunker oven indoor, must deal with the rust properly, happened to found the ‘Rost-Oleum High Heat Coating spray’ claimed to be withstand 1000°F 538°C, which should be safe for burning wood and charcoal in such low air flow, also to protect from rust. Upon dissembling found the…
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Bunkerofen Wehrmacht –a Rusty Bucket

Received my month late birthday (2021) present today from Volgograd Russia, the German Bunker oven, gross weight 11kg, the big parcel had a safe trip and the over was well protect by a thick foam roll. Size is must smaller than expected (55 x 35cm dia), when assembling and dissembling it found it was very…
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Not To Put On Fire–Nicht aufs Feuer Stellen

Trying to cover the marking of my 1953 Norwegian 13L food container. A stencil of Nicht aufs Feuer Stellen had made, which is copied from a cast iron cover. The white paint just covered the 1953 and made it into a German Speisenträger. I am very happy with the result.    

Long Way Home–My First Speisenträger

Almost every piece of my collection are come from other side of the globe, the postage always higher than the item itself. But the ESSENTRAGER is another story. As it took 67 days to reached me. Not by surface post but by air parcel and spent 114Euro on postage. I bought the Food container on…
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Painted my 1953 Norway 13L Food Container

My luck or not, as I want a per war to early war Speisenträger in all aluminum. If it is an original, according to critics this is a sin to remove original paint as many people want to keep it for next generation collectors after we die even half of the paint is falling apart.…
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German `Food Container (Speisenträger)Norway HØYANG made1953??

The all aluminum Speisenträger found no markings all over, covered with layers of paints and peeling off all round, its robust and in good shape. I though it is the early all aluminum container body and inner container, so it must be around 1930 to 1940 or earlier. The choice of repaint or preserve was…
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