A Veritas Mark 1 from Falk, Stadelmann & Co. I'd put the date of manufacture at 1945. A tiny ½ pint stove with a lovely lithographed tin. The pot supports and the spreader plate are missing. It is a rather quirky stove. That does now make it a collectors item as there were at least two things I found to be awkward about this stove. It has a clumsy windshield that doesn't stay put around the burner. The owner probably thought exactly the same as it has never been used on the stove. And secondly, the spanner is too thick to suit the travelling cap, making it impossible to close it off. That has probably accounted for the lack of use of this stove.