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Flashlights : Eveready (1040)

In the 1890s, American Ever-Ready Company founder Conrad Hubert lit up New York City with the help of dry cell batteries and his newest invention - the electric hand torch. Hubert, a Russian immigrant, experimented with everything from electric tie tacks to electric flower pots before acquiring the patent for this first Eveready flashlight in 1898.

In the 1920s and 1930s, Eveready commissioned timeless pieces of art advertising flashlights and batteries that appeared in periodicals, Eveready catalogs, trade magazines, calendars and posters.

Even today, Eveready continues to produce great flashlights, known for afforability and durability.

For more information, visit the Eveready website



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Photo Description Model # Circa
3 Cell Black Iron Candle with Flat Beveled Edges 61 1898
3 Cell Natural Oak Iron Candle with Flat Beveled Edges 61 1898
2 Cell Celluloid Light 7" Long with Blank Endcap Similar to Eveready #7 3 Cell 1899
First Ever Ready Tubular Flashlight Model #1 with Authentic Patent Date 1/13/1899 & Bayonet End Caps 1 1899
3 Cell Wood Grain Box Bicycle Light with Red & Green Faceted Reflectors 1900
Clover Leaf Bicycle Light with Red and Green Reflectors on Side 1900
Horseshoe Model Wind Up Clock with Night Light 512-B 1900
Design B Electric Candle with Brass Finish and Straight Edge Ebony Finished Base ONC-B 1900
5 Cell Vulcanite Flashlight with Small Striking Shield and "ER" Logo on End Cap 1902
Carved Cane Light with "Fleur-de-lis" Switch and "Ever Ready" Striking 1902
3 Cell "Ever Ready" Paper / Cloth Number "1" 1902 Third Edition 1 1902
3 Cell Vulcanite Flashlight with Small Striking Shield 4 1902
2 Cell Comet Light with Alligator Cloth & Spring Blade Switch 1903
2 Cell Comet Light with Black Enameled Steel Case and Spring Blade Switch 1903
3 Cell Glove Catch #4 with Vulcanite Case 4 1903
3 Cell Glove Catch #4 with Vulcanite Case (Similar to EV00763, but with different riveting) 4 1903
"Style A" Vest Pocket Light with Ramp Switch and "Snake Cloth" Cover 6502 1903
"Style A" Vest Pocket Light with Ramp Switch and Cloth Coating 6502 1903
3 Cell Black Cloth Comet Light with Top Comet Switch 2526 1904
Natural Oak Finish Wood House Lamp with Reinforced Handle 3601 1905
Style B "Alligator" Covered Vest Pocket Light with Oval Switch 6501 1905
5 Cell Vulcanite Light with "Glove-Catchless" Switch 212 1907
3 Cell Black/Silver "Glove Catchless" Vulcanite Light 2505 1907
3 Cell Vulcanite Miner's Flashlight with Glove Catch Switch & "ER" Logo on End Cap 2919 1907
Style B Vest Pocket Light with Black Cloth, Soldered 1899 End Cap and Oval Switch 6502-B 1907
Black Metal Textured Vest Pocket Light with 1904 Logo, Saddle Switch and Battery 6504 1907
Cloth Covered Steel Case Vest Pocket Flashlight with VP Logo & 1904 Patent Date 6602 1907
Nickel Plated Brass Vest Pocket Light with Red Button Switch and VP Logo on Hinged Base 6661 1907
Nickel Plated Brass Pocket Light with Red Button Switch 6662 1907
Serling Factory Engraved Light with "MDD" Monogram 6862 1907
Ivory Celluloid Vest Pocket Light with with Masonic Emblem 6920 1907
Ivory Celluloid Vest Pocket Light with Side Hinge 6922 1907
2 Cell Vulcanite Baby Light with Transverse Switch 1909
Black Vulcanite Vest Pocket Light with Saddle Switch, Screw Top , and "VP" 1899 Patent Logo 6509 1910
Nickel Watchman's Lantern with Bakelite Switch and 2nd "Eveready" Trademark 4701 1911
Aug 1912 Black Cloth Vest Pocket Light with Slide Switch 1912
August 1912 Black Cloth Vest Pocket Light with "exposed" Switch 1912
Black Leatherette Vest Pocket Light 1912
Brown Leatherette Vest Pocket Light 1912
Brown Leatherette Vest Pocket Light with Smooth Lens Cap 1912

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