Here is one more Annby L-747 that can be compared to this one: https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/annby-l-747.39557/ to see some differences of them. Maybe this is a bit earlier version? Burner cap has a text 'ANNBY STOVE': Control knob has a chain to secure it on stove: Texts on tank and fuel gauge behind milky glass: 'DR' logo on tank before 'ANNBY STOVE' text: O-ring on pump chaft to make it more quiet (maybe previous owner has added it? ): Quick lighter flint 'operating extension' for convenient use (Maybe last part of it is missing since thread can be seen inside of rod? ): Burner has 'DR' text on it: Feet have a plastic ends to prevent them to scratch table (also nice soldering work on them): Control knob has 'DAE RIM' text and logo where kind of triangle is inside of circle: 'Dae Rim' text on wrench: On container bottom is plain: 'DAE RIM' text and logo where kind of triangle is inside of circle on container top: There was no flame spreader for roarer use, no windshield nor funnel with this one.