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The Flashlights can be purchased using personal checks, money orders, and Paypal. My address is Stuart Schneider, 820 Kinderkamack Road, River Edge, NJ 07661 and my Paypal name and email address is stuarts1031@ erols.com (there are no spaces in the actual Paypal name. I put spaces in here to discourage email address gathering robots). Postage, handling, delivery confirmation, and insurance (if you want it) will be added to your order once the weight is figured. Let me know where you live so I can figure postage. I mail using the US Postal Service. Email me to reserve the item numbers that you want.

Terms: You can return any item to me within 10 days for any reason. If I misdescribed it, I will refund your postage both ways. If you are dissatisfied, you pay postage both ways.

1936 Rare Art Deco purse light. Uses 2 "AAA" cells. item #17-409, $34.00

1922 Islam Temple, San Francisco light with original packing tube. Uses 2 "D" cells. 7 inches tall. item #16-317, (SOLD)

1950s New old stock Flex-Lite, made in Michigan, model 118, mint with box. Uses 2 "D" cells, 7 3/4 inches body, 18 inch extension, item #17-425, $38.00
1950s New old stock Flex-Lite, made in Michigan, model 418, mint with box. Uses 2 "D" cells, 6 1/2 inches body, 19 inch extension, item #17-426, $36.00

RARE - 1916 Petrie-Lewis Ultra-Lite Flashlight. The Ultra-Lite was a vest pocket light with a metal over shell that was to direct the light down. P-L is well known to magicians and known for their high quality magic apparatus, used by
the leading magicians of the teens to the 1930s. They branched out to make other items with their metal working skills. This comes with a letter from Stewart Petrie, a grandson, who sold it to me in 1994. It used 3 AAA cells and was 3.5 inches closed and 6.5 inches open. #17-428, $50.00 (1 pound for postage)

1950s Space Ranger Jet Audio Lite, siren works, 7 1/4 inches tall, 2 "D" cells, item #14-115, $42.00 (1 lb for shipping) Rare 1937 Swiss-made Lucifere dynamo pump flashlight in excellent working condition. This precision light was sold by Abecrombie & Fitch in New York. 5 inches tall, item #17-406,(SOLD)

1957 U.S.Space Satellite Patrol lapel light, 2 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches, N cell, item #17-411, (SOLD) Rare 1960s Disney Donald Duck light, 6 3/4 inches tall, item #16-305, (SOLD)

Early 1950s USALite Space Cadet flashlight with original box, uses 2D cells. Space Cadet was a popular television show in the early 1950s. Working and siren works. Item #16-306, $85.00 (1 lb for shipping) Rare 1950s Hopalong Cassidy Flashlight made by Topper Toys, Chicago. Tested and working. It uses 2 D batteries. 7" tall, item #12-505, $32.00 (1 lb for shipping)

1953 Rare Davy Crockett light made by BMG. Uses 2 "C" cells. item #14-123, $20.00

1970s Rare Seagram's Whiskey flashlight. 10 1/2 inches tall & uses 2 "D" cells. item #14-104, $36.00 (1 lb for shipping)
1970s Old Milwaukee flashlight. 10 1/2 inches tall & uses 2 "D" cells. item #14-105, $30.00 (1 lb for shipping)
1930s Red Label, one "C" cells. item #16-314, $12.00
1940s Arrow, two "C" cells. item #16-313, $10.00

1924 Eveready, one "734" cell battery box. item #16-312, $10.00
1924 Eveready 750 battery pack. item #16-315, $6.00

1930 Eveready, 10 #224 bulbs, 2.2 volts, 1 groove instead of threads. item #17-443, $9.00
1930 Eveready, 9 #114 bulbs, 1.2 volts, 1 groove instead of threads. item #17-444, $8.00

A group of old batteries, including "B" cells, AA cels, AAA cells. item #17-442, $16.00
2001 Mag light Solitaire flashlight commemorating the 2001 Flashlight convention in Allentown, PA. item #17-414, $18.00

 

1950 Eveready, 5 #224 bulbs, 2.2 volts, 1 groove instead of threads. item #17-445, $5.00
2001 Mag light Solitaire flashlight commemorating the 2001 Flashlight convention in Allentown, PA. item #17-410, $18.00

 

1952 Micro-Lite "Butch" dog lights in two colors. Uses an "N" cell, these little guys are very cute. item #12-517, $20.00 1952 Micro-Lite Train light. Uses an "N" cell. item #12-517, $14.00

 

Rare 1950s Cowboy Jim pull lights made by Micro-Lite. Uses "N" cell, 6 lights on store display with advertising banner that is 16.5" long, item #12-503, $60.00 (2 lbs for shipping)

 

These flashlights can be purchased using personal checks, money orders, and Paypal. My address is Stuart Schneider, 820 Kinderkamack Road, River Edge, NJ 07661 and my Paypal name is Stuarts1031@ erols.com. Postage and handling and insurance (if you want it), will be added to your order once the weight is figured. I mail using the US Postal Service. Email me at Stuart at wordcraft.net to reserve the item numbers that you want.

Flashlight History, page 1

Sterling Silver Lights, page 2

Art Deco Purse Lights, page 3

Tin Lithographed Lights, page 4

Flippo Flashlights, page 5

Interesting & Unusual Flashlights, page 6

Flashlight Conventions, page 7

More Interesting & Unusual Flashlights, page 7a

Recent Aquisititons, page 8

Flashlights For Sale, page 9

Flashlights For Sale, page 10

Flashlights For Sale, page 12

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