Here is a lamp I used for camping in the 1970s not sure where it came from, but it was pretty tatty then, I gave it a coat of household black paint and put some silver oxide paint on the frame and hood. I was tempted to leave it that way to remind me of those happy days, but I thought after years of good service it deserves a bit of a tidy up. Hood was Brown originally but I found a tidy black one and painted the frame with brake caliper paint, (not finished yet) No idea of the date and it's not stamped But here are a couple of things I noticed 1 the pump knob is black plastic, never gave this a thought before should it be on this lamp? 2 the burner has a taller dome than most others I have seen, with screw type air tubes is this a wrong one? It always burned nice and bright. The restoration is being done to preserve it for use on summer evenings, so this may not be one for the purists, but nice to tidy up an friend, and hopefully keep it in service.