I bought this before the very first lockdown and asked a friend to store it untill I could organise transportation. Nearly 2 years later I had to travel to the same general area and arranged to pick it up. After fitting new seals and a gentle wipe down it was ready to light. It's in amazing condition as the following photos show... Also, has anyone noticed a spiral pattern on the bail... or on any other lantern with a spring steel bail? It's difficult to capture but it appears to be evidence of the manufacturing process. Any ideas? Also, when I first lit it, it appeared to have a problem as after 5 minutes it would begin to flare up. I'd fitted a Peerless 24 500cp but wondered it might not be the right shape and wasn't close enough to the generator so I tried a ball type but it did the same thing. As luck would have it I remembered reading a post on the Coleman Collectors Club about the exact same problem. I initially ran it without the hood or globe and according to the post, this can cause this problem so having fitted another Peerless 24 I gave it another go and away she went... with no flare ups! Good tip this! This Superb cost me £40, 2 years ago and frankly I got a bargain considering the condition!