You could be correct, but that picture was sent to me by a collector/restorer and he ID it as a 733.
As for not having any foreign/Canadian pumps in the book, I believe there is one, and it is identified as such. The Bennett 146 on page 58. Again a picture supplied to me.
I was not against putting foreign pumps in the book, the problem was that the only piece of literature I was able to find (in almost 15 years of looking) on foreign pumps was a parts sheet on a Clear Vision, but no picture of the pump.
The other thing was room, I submitted 2000 images to the publisher, they only used 1900 of them. Today, if I wrote a book on every American pump I have found literature on, it would have over 4000 images.
Author, 1st & 2nd editions of Gas Pump ID book, 3rd edition is now available at www.gaspumpbible.com
Air Meter ID book also available