A BAT military stove, made by GDR (East Germany, aka German Democratic Republic). Unsure of her date of manufacture, but I'd put her between mid 70's to mid 80's. She was sourced from a Military Surplus store in the US roughly 10 years ago (still trying to confirm a more accurate date). Used by a fly fisherman on trips to Wolf lake, ON and Labrador. Replaced by a newly purchased propane camp stove, hence she became expendable and for sale... Most appears to be original to the stove, including her wonderful case. She came with double sided user manual, spare parts bag, pan ring, 3 pot supports, plastic funnel, burner, spanner, pricker, fuel and fount caps. The inner/outer cap are not original, they are Radius spares. The draught-shield/burner pre-heater is a painted (matt black) Friskies (cat food) can I cut to size. The paint is BBQ paint, heat resistant to 1600 F. I love her case, thick plastic (PVC), riveted along her seams and for added strength, corners protected with steel sheaths, heavy duty leather carrying handle, thick strap and buckle, etc. I believe that's the original case, it shows military colors and suits the stove well. Ample room inside for more gear in addition to the stove. Sticker likely affixed to front bottom of case by War Surplus store. Stove disassembled Spare parts ('Reserveteile') bag in ziplock for protection. ‘fur Petroleumgaskocher’ BAT No. 1 and 3. It likely included nipple, gaskets, pricker and washers (but envelope was empty). BAT No. 3 was a domestic stove, kerosene, brass, roarer so taking a guess that this model is the No. 1. Double sided user manual, multiple languages (already a copy in the Reference Library). Some numbering on center page, bottom - not sure if any of these indicate date of printing or manufacture (73 = 1973? - likely not). Fount stamping: 'BAT' and the BAT logo (of a bat, lol). 'MADE IN GDR' 'INSIST ON SEEING NAME "BAT"' Fuel cap and vent screw. The disk on top of fuel cap becomes the fount's center cap when stove is packed for travelling/storage. No text or scribing on any of the pieces, just some nice knurling. Fuel cap's gasket had also dried out and needed to be replaced. Center fount cap unscrewed from fuel cap. No washer on the center fount cap, although there is a gap between the last thread and the underside of the top of the cap. I cut a replacement viton washer that fits her (not shown). Center fount cap deployed over fount's burner hole. Pump rod/cap with steel rod. Again, no labeling just nice knurling. Pump cup was leather. NRV leaked during pressure testing so it was removed. Different design to open the brass tube to access spring/PIP - small brass nut makes it very easy. PIP was molded one piece, dried out (replaced with brass cup and newly cut viton PIP, not shown). No dings on the fuel tank or burner, she's in fine shape (just needs a cleaning). Spanner was a little worn, the working end with rounded corners, not squared. Jet pricker was well designed - had a slider the user could push in/out to enable/hide the wire (better protection). No labelling on either piece. Other side of pricker showing the slider that controls the wire. Plastic funnel, no markings. Inside were 4 little nibs that I presume are there to support a copper fine-mesh screen (not present). All her fuel cap gaskets and the PIP have been replaced, she now holds pressure fine so will post flame shots soon. She seems like a well built 2 pint camping stove. Very lucky (and unusual imo) to find her locally, no shipping charges - just a 1.5 bike ride down the street.