I have found a very fine example of Marathon lantern by Apex, Johannesburg Metal Pressings. JMP was bought out by CADAC in the mid '70s. CADAC (Commercial and domestic appliance company) is still a large manufacturer of LP Gas camping and leisure equipment. The Marathon is a well made 300CP lantern with a large capacity brass fount. It is similar to the Coleman 339, and our fellow member Phaedrus commented that it uses a Coleman 201 generator. The burner assembly is also pressed metal. The frame collar carries instructions in English and Afrikaans (my South African language similar to Ducth). The pump and NRV are of the Primus type. The lantern is equipped with a fuel shut off valve and needle pricker, each with separate control wheels. The fuel cap has a pressure release feature. I received the lantern with a Jenaer Suprax Schott glass. It would be nice to confirm whether they were sold with the German made glass. After the normal safety checks and replacing only the pump leather, the lantern started up perfectly first time.