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A blog about vintage wick and gas tabledesk lighters lighters I find

A blog about vintage wick and gas tabledesk lighters lighters I find

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A blog about vintage wick and gas table/desk lighters.

Advert: Ronson Juno, Senator and Leona Table Lighters

Several models of the Spark-Lite lighters are presented: Commodore and President pocket lighters and Director, Diplomat, Continental and Onyx table/desk ...

It is extremely well build and looks very Art Deco taking into account the enamel details. A true masterpiece for a substantive pile of cash.

... advert vintage table lighters, Ritepoint, advert

If you have any other catalogs on lighters you would like to share please email me!

... wick lighter. A small 6-page color Ronson Catalog (catalogue) from 1954 distributed by the US dealership.

The gold-plated base of the lighter is very unusual - a Scottie dog is leaning against a column. Perfect design!

This magazine advertisement was published in 1980 (magazine unknown) and presents three Zippo Handilite lighters. "... and remember it is not just a table ...

Below an interesting article on wick lighter repair from October 1957. It was initially issued in the Science and Mechanics Magazine.

The wick lighter was generally made of brass. Marked on the underside of the base:

This small wick table lighter was made in 1950 in Birmingham (47-48 Frederick St.), England by Mosda. Mosda was a middle company (approx.

It was manufactured in the 1940s in Germany. This wick semi-automatic pertol lighter was manufactured in ...

It depicts a part of the new Ronson Typhoon and Pioneer pocket and table/desk cigarette lighters range.

Table lighters collectors' guide

Below an interesting article on wick lighter repair from October 1957. It was initially issued in the Science and Mechanics Magazine.

Fine examples of cigarette table/desk lighters from the Gellman Bros. catalog from 1938. Featured are several "new modernistic designed automatic lighters" ...

Evans pocket lighters from the 1930s have a beautiful Art Deco look. Here are four pages from a Wholesale Catalog from the 1930 featuring Evans pocket and ...

The ELDRO TANK wick table lighter was manufactured for a long period between 1939 and 1951 by Herman Else Drollinger Silber- und Metallwarenfabrik in ...

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Advert: Alfred Dunhill Cigarette Lighter, 1947

S. Sakakura was a Japanese company specializing in production of good quality cigarette lighters. Below the whole table lighters section from the 9th ...

This A·S·R· magazine advertisement was published in LIFE, on the 27th March 1950 and it depicts among others the Ascot Heritage Set finished in rhodium made ...

It depicts among others three table lighters: 'The Pagoda Set', 'Florentine Dagger Lighter' and 'Olympia'. All of them were made by A·S·R· Corp (Ascot).

Presented Ronson lighter models

... of the Ronson Penciliter manufactured between 1935 and 1948 and do not have the instruction booklet this post might be helpful to maintain your lighter ...

Table lighters collectors' guide

It shows the pocket cigarette lighter Ronson "Banker" in 14 kt. gold. Great simplistic lay-out in late art deco style.

This instruction leaflet in English and German was added to "Snip" petrol lighters made by Rowenta in the 1950s.

The production ceased in the 1957. Later in 1958 it was replaced by the KW Capri gas lighter.

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In addition to what was written above an interesting article published in Popular Mechanics on February 1947 on "Getting the Most of Your Cigarette Lighter" ...

The Ronson Touch-Tip 'Octette' table lighter was made between 1935 and 1951 by Ronson / Art Metal Works Inc. in Newark, New Jersey in the United States.

A year later genuine mahogany wood veneer (see pictures) finish was introduced. In 1952 the Senator family expanded by two other wood veneer: walnut and ...

The Ronson Duchess wick lighter was first introduced in 1936 and was produced only in Newark (N.J.) in the United States.

FAQ: Wick Lighter Care, Troubleshooting Guide & Hints

Evans Windsor has a chased design available in gleaming silver and gold electroplate finish (model no. 84J29). This wick lighter ...

Ronson Royal Crown Derby Table Lighter, 1954

Advert: S. T. Dupont Briquets, 1959

The wick lighter insert is made of brass, no markings are available.

If you have any other catalogs on lighters you would like to share please email me!

The scenes were hand-painted by Ben Shillingford which makes every lighter unique and thus very desirable.

Table lighters collectors' guide: Advert, Elgin American Lighters, 1949 & 1950

The 1000 Zünder Diplomat Table Lighter (model 590) was first manufactured in 1955 in Frankfurt, Germany by the famous German company Mylflam.

Despite of the big size this lighter was not produced for the purpose of a table/desk lighter. Rather as a pocket or bag lighter.

S. Sakakura was a Japanese company specializing in production of good quality cigarette lighters. Below the whole table lighters section from the 9th ...

Karl Wieden KW 650/G Table Lighter, 1932

Ronson Moderna / Venetian Table Lighter, 1954

The Handbook of Vintage Cigarette Lighters shows nice examples of charms in the shape of lighters.

This figural wick lighter was manufactured by Negbaur between 1940 and 1949 in Allbright, New York in the United States. It is made of die cast metal in a ...

The lighter base is padded with green felt and marked:

Primely it was available as a wick lighter - in 1958 the butane version of the lighter was introduced (see picture) ...

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Ronson Senator Desk Lighter, 1950

... wick lighter. A small 6-page color Ronson Catalog (catalogue) from 1954 distributed by the US dealership.

There are no markings on the base of the lighter that could identify the maker. The lighter base is heavy and has a hammered design with a floral and beaded ...

Table lighters collectors' guide

Advert: Ronson Newport, Decanter, Georgian & other lighters, 1949

In 1951 the patent 815 272 was issued by the German Patent Office (Deutsches Patentamt). See below: Type: wick (petrol) lighter

ANTIQUE MEXICAN SILVER Lighter Working old by NORTHERNELECTRIC

There are no markings on the base of the lighter that could identify the maker. The lighter base is heavy and has a hammered design with a floral and beaded ...

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It was the first table lighter with a transparent fuel reservoir (today known as the see through "vu-lighter") which was a lucrative invention as it was ...

Ronson Victor Desk Lighter, 1952

ALBO & KW Classic Table Lighter, 1953

How to insure long life for your Ronson Table and Desk Lighter" dates the year 1952 (United States):

... Lighter catalog (catalogue) showing some exquisite examples of table lighters from 1938/1939 like the Ronson Touch-Tips and Touch-Tip combinations ...

The Ronson Trophy Table Lighter was first manufactured in 1950 both in Newark, New Jersey, USA and in London, England. It is a solid oval-shaped petrol ...

Table lighters collectors' guide

It presents a part of the great Colibri pocket and table lighters assortment, like the monopol, monogas and minigas models.

The wick is fed from the small reservoir D, which is packed with cotton wool and supplied with petrol.

The base of the lighter was made of ceramic and hand-painted with the Herring Hunt – "The Hunt" pattern. Thus every lighter is different.

The Ronson 'American Classic' Table Lighter is a modern example of the table lighters manufactured these days. It was manufactured between the year 2001 and ...

S.T. Dupont Cylinder Table Lighter, 1971

Great magazine advertisement published in LIFE, 2 May 1955. It depicts the Ronson Decor wick table lighter.

(1) Erhard (Schwäbisch Gmünd) und Consul gas table lighter produced since 1968. (2) Esprit pocket lighter produced since 1950. (3) Any ideas?

Vintage advertisement, Evans Victorian Table Lighter

Type: petrol (wick) lighter

Production of lighters ceased in 1965 and Lancel focused on selling woman accessories. Below the lighter part of the Lancel catalog from 1937.

The wick lighter was generally made of brass. Marked on the underside of the base:

vintage table lighters, Ritepoint, ...

Book review: Smoking Antiques by Amoret and Christopher Scott

Here we have a postcard from the 1949 depicting a wick table lighter set & matching coasters made from China porcelain.

This wick table lighter – Parker Roller Bacon 'Exide' – was made by Parker Pipe Co. in England in ca. 1938. The improved lift-arm mechanism with ...

In most cases the access to patent bases is free. Below an example of a patent documentation for the Zippo Table Lighter from the 1956 consisting of five ...

Camel • Vintage Cigarette Lighters Vintage copper cigarette lighters. Both have the string wick inside but I'm not sure if there is fluid in the bottom or ...

... wick lighter. A small 6-page color Ronson Catalog (catalogue) from 1954 distributed by the US dealership.

The "Termet" division was manufacturing gas-fired heaters, boilers, gas burners and pocket and table lighters.

In most cases the access to patent bases is free. Below an example of a patent documentation for the Zippo Table Lighter from the 1956 consisting of five ...

... The Famous Magic Lamp.

S. Sakakura was a Japanese company specializing in production of good quality cigarette lighters. Below the whole table lighters section from the 9th ...

(1) Erhard (Schwäbisch Gmünd) und Consul gas table lighter produced since 1968. (2) Esprit pocket lighter produced since 1950. (3) Any ideas?

Table lighters collectors' guide

This wick table lighter was made in 1954 and 1955 in England by Ronson and Wedgwood. Wedgwood is a British pottery firm, founded on May 1, 1759 by Josiah ...

1954 Cigarette Lighter Repair Manual

This KW wick table lighter model 676 was first manufactured by Karl Wieden (KW) in 1938 in Solingen-Ohligs, Germany. The production ceased probably in the ...