Re: Sea Swing stove
Oh dear - that is half a sea-swing - it's missing the traditional kerosene burner.
That said, the kero burner is a much easier thing to find than the gimballed swing.
Value - I have a collection of unusual stoves - and valuation is a complete crap shoot - there are few available for sale, and few people who want them, so prices can be all over the place - on Ebay I'd be surprised at a figure below $10 or above $200 - but anywhere in between might be a reasonable guess.
BTW - It is considered very bad form to advertise here.
Even when they work, they don't work well. I blame engineers.
The only thing engineers have done to the toaster in the last 80 years is make it disposable. I think it applies to a lot of things