1940 Palestine Poster Israel Haifa Primus Stove Hebrew Judaica Jewish Portable
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1940 Palestine Poster Israel Haifa Primus Stove Hebrew Judaica Jewish Portable:
DESCRIPTION : Here for saleis an original vintagesmall size colored advertising Jewish - Judaica - Hebrew POSTER - SIGN or perhaps a GIANT package LABEL for an ERETZ ISRAELI MADE PRIMUS portable STOVE which was manufactured and in use in HAIFA in Eretz Israel( Then also refered to as Palestine )in the 1930's and 1940's , A few decades before the establishment of the INDEPENDENT STATE of ISRAEL and its 1948 WAR of INDEPENDENCE. Thecolorful poster ofnice graphicdesign depicts the LOGO of the brand , Text in ENGLISH ( ime of the British Mandate ) and Hebrew, and a nice illustration of the PRODUCT .The product is defined as "TOTZERET HA'ARETZ" ( MADE in ERETZ ISRAEL - PALESTINE ) which marked the ERETZ ISRAEL producers who objected the use of IMPORTED products. The manufactor named DIAMANT has called his PRIMUS STOVE - "DIAMUS"The poster was printed on one face only of apaper sheet and is pasted as issued on CARDBOAD ( Perhaps a piece of a BOX )The dimentions are around 8" x 7"( Not accurate ). Good condition. Slightly stained on margins ( Please look at scan for an accurate AS IS image) . Poster will be sent inside a protectiverigid package . AUTHENTICITY : Thisis anORIGINALvintageca 1930's - 1940's PALESTINE - ERETZ ISRAEL poster , NOT a reproduction or a reprint , Itholds alife long GUARANTEE for its AUTHENTICITY and ORIGINALITY. PAYMENTS : Payment method accepted : Paypal .SHIPPMENT : SHIPP worldwide via registered airmailis free .Poster will be sent inside a protectiverigid package . Handling within 3-5 days after payment. Estimated duration 14 days.
The Primus stove, the first pressurized-burner kerosene (paraffin) stove, was developed in 1892 by Frans Wilhelm Lindqvist, a factory mechanic in Stockholm, Sweden. The stove was based on the design of the hand-held blowtorch; Lindqvist’s patent covered the burner, which was turned upward on the stove instead of outward as on the blowtorch.The same year, Lindqvist partnered with Johan Viktor Svenson to establish J.V. Svenson’s Kerosene Stove Factory to manufacture the new stoves, which were sold under the name Primus. The first model was the No.1 stove, which was quickly followed by a number of similarly-designed stoves of different models and sizes. Shortly thereafter, B.A. Hjorth & Co. (later Bahco), a tool and engineering firm begun in Stockholm in 1889, acquired the exclusive rights to sell the Primus stove. The efficient Primus stove quickly earned a reputation as a reliable and durable stove in everyday use, and it performed especially well under adverse conditions: it was the stove of choice for Fridtjof Nansen's North Pole attempt, Roald Amundsen’s expedition to the South Pole and Richard Byrd’s to the North Pole. Primus stoves also accompanied Mallory on Mt. Everest as well as Tenzing and Hillary there many decades later. While many other companies also made portable stoves of a similar design to the Primus, this style is often generically referred to as a “Primus” stove, regardless of the manufacturer. A portable stove is a cooking stove specially designed to be portable and lightweight, as in camping, picnicking, backpacking, or other use in remote locations where an easily transportable means of cooking or heating is needed. Portable stoves can be used in diverse situations, such as for outdoor food service and catering and in field hospitals.Since the invention of the portable stove in the 19th century, a wide variety of designs and models have seen use in a number of different applications. Portable stoves can be broken down into several broad categories based on the type of fuel used and stove design: unpressurized stoves that use solid or liquid fuel placed in the burner before ignition; stoves that use a volatile liquid fuel in a pressurized burner; bottled gas stoves; and gravity-fed "spirit" stoves.