This stove is in Te Papa, the National Museum of New Zealand. It is in the 1950's to 1960's camping section and there was a note under it stating that the museum didn't know the make. It looks to me to look similar to the Borde Bom. It basicly is a short stainless steel tube(about 150mm long x 35mm dia) with a fuel cap on one end and a stability plate on the burner end and there is a wire wrapped around the tube that forms an extendable support(possibly for leveling as well)out from the fuel filler end. The burner looks to be adjusted using the wire lever under it. |imgRemoved| |imgRemoved| It is possibly a home made stove by the look of it but someone may know otherwise.