I have been given this lamp by a friend who has cleaned out a deceased estate shed and knows I spend a bit of time fettling up any unloved lamp to working condition. I cannot find any marks indicating make /Instructions for use/Generator number etc common on all my Coleman lamps and indeed Tilley as well. The only identification is the remains of a label part of which is a mystery and also a small picture of an elephant with a howdah on it,s back. The globe is quite large and is a Coleman ,,,it has the Coleman name on the glass, but is it just a replacement that fits? - It measures 120 H x 160 top dia x 130 bottom dia. The pricker in the generator tube is raised and lowered in the usual way but unlike the Coleman which is attached to a hook it is raised by a rod on an eccentric... when the pricker knob is turned back the rod descends and a spring inside the generator tube pushes the pricker back down. I have fettled it as far as I can, unfortunately the hood is in poor condition although it might be ok for a trial firing...everything else has cleaned up well.....BUT... What make is it?