Greetings, All, Some years back, our very good friend, and former CCS member, Al Gentry, sold off a bunch of his stoves on the bay of evil, and I bought a few of them to support his efforts. One was marked with the usual "Primus registered", twice, on the font, but other than one more marking on the burner, that was about it. The stove did have a trivet, also marked "Primus". The font is thin, plated steel, and it definitely shows wear & tear, and a hard life, IMHO. Al had listed this stove in the Stove Reference Gallery, here: Primus What? Lately, we've been kicking it around as to just where this stove was manufactured, and though we'd not come up with anything solid, I spent some time here on CCS this morning, and believe I've solved the mystery. Some time ago, @optipri posted an almost identical stove, aside from the burner, complete with it's box and such!! Here's a link to that post: Cadac Primus Please take a look at the photos I took this morning, after having found my old Primus in the Hobbit Hole, in a place I'd not thought it would be! After an application of some spit: The pump bucket is made of some sort of silicone rubber, or plastic. Probably changeable, but not in the way we are used to, it seems. Not a good photo of the NRV, but despite the illusion, it's of the type we all know and love. As the burner is made under license to Primus, it seems to be of pretty good quality. The tank, etc., isn't horrible, but not as nice as a regular Swedish-made Primus. The spirit cup is made of aluminum, as are parts of the pump setup. The fuel cap/vent screw are made of brass. Well, there you have it, Gentlemen and Ladies. I think that, after looking at Bo's South African Primus, I can easily see that mine is virtually the same, except the silent, and possibly better made burner, and a few tiny details! Thanks, Bo, for helping me FINALLY figure out what my stove actually is, and where it was made!! Take care, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc PS - @Spiritburner , @Christer Carlsson , would one of you please change the title of this thread to: "South African Cadac Primus". Many thanks, Gentlemen!!