Hi, It is wet and windy here in the North of Scotland today, but I had my morning brew-up in one of the dry intervals. I used my 1930s Chinese ANCHOR No.3 stove which I acquired almost two years ago in a swap deal. This Anchor stove was made in the K.S. Machinery Factory in Shanghai, probably in the 1930s. It is a seriously well-made stove. All the parts fit well and the engraving and finish are both very good. As you can see it performs well, with a powerful flame pattern. The pump-knob shares duties as a reserve cap when the stove is stored or in transit. I made the wind-shield this morning because of the windy conditions, and the pan-rest is a kerophile coat-hanger special When I get around to polishing the stove I will post some images of it, and its nice tin, in the Reference Gallery. Best Regards, Kerophile.