Hi here are some photos of a two-pint Parasene paraffin pressure stove in its characteristic box. Parasene might not have made the best classic stoves, but their cases were first class, being made of heavier gauge steel than most manufacturers "boxes": This stove has a number of interesting features: 1. It uses the roarer burner, originally patented by Townson and Coxson, which allows top access to the jet. 2. The feet have been made of copper tube rather than brass. 3. It has a neat little door in the windshield. 4. It doesn't have a reserve cap at the moment, so carrying paraffin in the tank once the stove has been collapsed will be problematical. Best Regards, Kerophile.