Identification - German stove

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  1. DittmannCz Czech Republic

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    Hello
    Any idea what model is this?
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    Hasag Vulcan No.8 sprang to mind, which yours resembles @DittmannCz but no more than a resemblance.

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    Those linked rings will perhaps identify a manufacturer for someone (@gieorgijewski) but I can’t put a name to the logo myself.

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    John - My impression is the same... HASAG - or part of HASAG
    1936
     
  4. DittmannCz Czech Republic

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    Well, mine has no pump....
     
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    Self pressure, non regulated burner, simply legs, pour tank.
    for 1936 - We Could Say - Primitive - or Cheap
     
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    I think what you identify as a pump on my Hasag is the filler cap with an air screw.
     
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    Sorry, my fault... I will have to change the liquer :)