This lamp is misidentified in J.W. Courter's book Aladdin the Magic Names in lamps labeled as being from Argentina. According to Bill, the identification was tentatively made from a line drawing of a similar appearing table lamp in an Argentine sales brochure. There is a picture of the Argentina lamp on this page.
This lamp was made in the UK during the 1930's and sold domestically as "The Cottage model Super-Aladdin Lamp". It was offered with or without a sewn panel Whipolite shade. I currently have no idea if this is a forerunner of the common model 14 table font or if both versions were sold concurrently. I am searching for additional information to better date this lamp.
This brass lamp came in a version with radial ribs on the bottom of the tank and a version without radial ribs. The two versions appear to be identical except for the ribbing. I currently believe that the version without the ribbing is the earlier version introduced in 1932. While most identified survivors of this model are nickel plated a antiqued brass finish lamp was also offered.
I have yet to see any Aladdin catalogues positively showing this lamp. To date I have only found a single magazine advertisement. So its years of production is still unclear. All I know doe sure is that some of these lamps have the 1932 Super-Aladdin burner and versions came with the more common later model 14 burner.