Thank you. It has all of the attributes of a Marklin made stove.
The design, the construct, the use of spirit alcohol burners and the well made pots and pans.
The mark is to indistinct to make out. See the attachment of Marklin Marks
The Märklin ( or Maerklin ) toy making business, started in 1859 in the toy and craft making region of Württemburg as W. Märklin by Theodor Märklin, is one of the great toymaker marques.
In 1888 the company became Gebrüder Märklin ("Märklin Brothers"), and the company absorbed the toymaker Lutz in 1891.
Märklin's toys are often recognisable through their solid build quality, the common use of stylised proportions in the earlier toys, and a certain stylistic imaginative exhuberance coupled with engineering excellence.
Later creations put more emphasis on literal precision and correct proportions, but the more distinctively toylike products produced between ~1895 and ~1914 are sometimes referred to as belonging to the "Golden Age" of Märklin.