Pragus model? date?

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    Couldn't resist taking this odd stove into protective custody for further investigation. It is a fixed leg 1 pint size stove with some peculiar features. The tank side logo and burner casting clearly identify this as a Pragus product, but I cannot find or say any more about its identity than that. The leg construction and light weight cast iron trivet are unusual but well made. The burner is full No.1 size, not the smaller type normally found on a 1 pint stove. There are issues to be addressed, an easily replaced worn burner jet and a trickier to deal with sheared off pressure release screw.

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    The NRV head at the bottom of the pump tube appears to be similar to the hex head type found on some Perfectus stoves (e.g.); but without a screwdriver slot in the upper surface.