Attached for your delight are photos of a nickel finish Companion stove made in Australia that could be converted to a heater by the replacement of the stove pan ring and support legs with the heater dome and the heat reflector and supports. (There is a photo of a Companion heater and similar stove submitted by Laurence Langley in July 2008 on the Companion page). Around 1939, A.B. Max Sievert in Sweden granted Companion a license to manufacture Svea pattern stoves, apparently this also included these combination stove/heaters. Interesting aspects of the stove are; The silent burner is not marked anywhere with a makers name except for the inner cup that is marked '-Companion-'. My understanding was that after WII Companion stoves usually used Svea marked burners, suggesting that this stove may have been made between 1939 and 1946. Comments? The riser tube screws into the tank and is sealed with a lead washer. The rolled engraving on the tank is crosshatched as compared the the plain engraving on the brass tanked Companion stoves. The pressure release screw is of the flat style rather than the knurled knob normally seen on Companion stoves. The end of the pump rod has a knurled piece that unscrews. The ring that is bolted to the legs for stability of the heater is an alloy of some sort and the finish is not to the standard of the rest of the stove.