I bought this mainly because it was so cheap! It was described as an Anchor lantern but technically it's a Relum Magnalux. I reasoned it would be useful for spares if nothing else but as has happened in the past, when it arrived it was in reasonably good shape. Only the hood had suffered which is very common as the chrome plating is pretty poor. However, after an initial clean it wasn't as bad as I first thought so with bit of work it should look a whole lot better! It looks strange to see it working without the filler cap/mankmeter pressure release screw! When I got it, everything that could be set incorrectly wasand burned like piece of damp paper in a rain storm! The air gap was set to about 4mm, the trim vane in the j tube was in the fully restricted position and the fuel jet may have been worn... although I'm not too sure. The collar that joins the j tube to the ceramic burner was loose as was the ceramic nozzle itself. Anyway, once those were all fixed it ran pretty good. For the first few minutes there's a halo around the mantle so I might try to add some copper wire or mesh around the pricker rod to increase the vaporisation.