Here is a Coleman “The Sunshine of the Night” lamp labelled, of what appears to be a Model 158 that was referred to as the "Royal" model. This lamp is dated July 1951. It is hard to believe that many western Canadians still used kerosene gas lamps as late as 1951 but many parts of the west were only just receiving electrical power on the farms, ranches and rural areas of the country at that time. The lamp was still needed. The fount and wood handle are painted with silvertone green baked enamel. There is no rust as the base is brass and in good condition. This is a kerosene only lantern as told by the kerosene preheat dish used for preheating. But, will ship at your cost anyway in Canada.