Flashlights For Sale (page 1) (Updated 3/7/17)

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 (note, I put a space in my email address so that automatic email harvesters don't get my email address). 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 with delivery confirmation. Email me to reserve the item numbers that you want and don't forget to include your name and address if you are a new customer.

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.

The Ever Ready 1899 model Baby Flash Light w/rocker switch cane light in carved wood. This early and rare piece has its original battery pack and bulb. It is 35 1/4 inches long. There are less than 6 of these known to have survived and it is a super piece for the advanced collector. This piece appeared in the 1899 Ever Ready catalog. #11-501, $1,300.00 (3 oversized pounds for mailing)

The Ever Ready 1902 beautiful, brass watch stand with magnifier and switch. The wood is walnut and it has the Ever Ready brass plate on the right side. It comes with the original turned wood button and cord. It is 5 1/2 inches tall. This is another super piece for the advanced collector. #16-311, $620.00 (2 lbs for mailing)

 

The Ever Ready 1899 model One, Second Version, fiber barrel, in 3D battery size with plain end cap (someone had their initial engraved into the end cap) and screw threaded ends. This early and rare piece has its original pointed bulb. It is 9 1/4 inches long. There are 5 of these known to have survived and it is another super piece for the advanced collector. This piece appeared in the 1900 Ever Ready catalog. #16-307, $1,300.00 (2 oversized lbs for mailing)

 

The Ever Ready 1899 model One, Second Version in 3D battery size with plain end cap and screw threaded ends. This early and rare piece has its original bulb. It is 9 1/4 inches long. There are 5 of these known to have survived and it is another super piece for the advanced collector. This piece appeared in the 1900 Ever Ready catalog. #11-537, (SOLD)

Eveready Daylo, 1918-1919 Model 2690. After World War I,Eveready made a shell shaped light. The bulb & reflector are at the top of the shell and the light is turned on by lifting off the bullet part. 6.75 inches tall. #17-430, (SOLD) The Ever Ready 1931 Model #1654 Art Deco Candle Light that turns on when lifted. It uses 2 "C" batteries. 6.75 inches tall. #17-408, $50.00 (1 pound for mailing)

The Ever Ready 1913 Nickel plated, Tungsten Vest Pocket Flash Light, model 6962. 3AAA model. Near mint in the box (missing top flap). 3 inches tall. Boxes are harder to find than the lights. #17-431, $70.00 (1 lbs for mailing)

The Ever Ready 1905 Glove Catch Flash Light in 5D battery size with later endcap. It is 11 1/2 inches long. There are few of these around and it is another super piece for the advanced collector. #11-535, $480.00 (2 oversized lbs for mailing)

The Ever Ready 1899 model One, Second Version in 3D battery size with plain end cap and screw threaded ends. It is 9 1/4 inches long. There are less than 6 of these known to have survived and if you are looking for a repair project or just an example of this rare piece. This appeared in the 1900 Ever Ready catalog. #14-101, (SOLD)(2 lbs for mailing)

The Ever Ready 1904 (Eveready) Comet Flash Light in the 2D battery size. It is 6 1/2 inches long. The Comet was made and sold by several makers. This one is unmarked. #14-102, $80.00 (1 lb for mailing)

 

Rare Ever Ready 1899-1900 gaslight lighter, 27 1/2 inches long and uses 4 "D" cells. The Gas Fixture lighter has a revised rocker switch. The bulb allowed you to see where the gas valve was and the cone held the platinum coil that heated and lit the gaslight. item #14-125, $340.00 (3 oversized lbs for shipping)

I am very pleased to offer an incredibly rare piece - The 1899 United States Battery Company's "Friendly Beacon Electric Candle" made on the O.T. Bugg patent. There are only a few of these surviving in collections. This early flashlight used a 2 "D" cell battery pack and was turned on and off by screwing the pointed top up or down. This beauty has the original finish and stands an impressive 8.5 inches tall. Item #09-127, $920.00 (3 lbs for mailing)

Chinaman stickpin - A ca.1926 porcelain stickpin with bulb. It stands about 2.75 inches tall and would have been worn on a tie or scarf with the wire running down to a battery in the pocket. Item#11-532, $30.00 Chinaman stickpin - Non-Working - A ca.1926 porcelain stickpin with bulb. It stands about 2.75 inches tall. Item#17-441, $20.00

 

Chinaman stickpin - Non-Working & No Cord - A ca.1926 porcelain stickpin with bulb. It stands about 2.75 inches tall. Item#17-440, $12.00

 

1950 Roy Rogers USALite flashlight and original countertop display. Rare to find a suberb advertising piece like this in mint condition. Flashlight is 7 inches tall. Item #801, $280.00 1950 Lone Ranger USALite flashlight and original countertop display. Rare to find a suberb advertising piece like this in mint condition. Flashlight is 7 inches tall. Item #802, $280.00

Rare, 1910 Eveready Large House Lamp. Brittish double handle 4 x 5 x 5.5 inches and was powered by 5 cells. Item #17-429, $150.00

These flashlights can be purchased using personal checks, money orders, and Paypal which charges 9% commission. My address is Stuart Schneider, 820 Kinderkamack Road, River Edge, NJ 07661 and my Paypal name and email address 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 Stuarts1031@ erols.com 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 10

Flashlights For Sale, page 11

Flashlights For Sale, page 12

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