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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
"Big Jim" Camp and Emergency Lantern with Flasher 105 1965
"Big Jim" Emergency Lantern without Flasher (MIB) 106 1965
"Big Jim" Lantern with Flasher and Enclosed Battery 110 1965
"Big Jim" Sealed Beam Lantern with Flasher 100 1959
"Big Jim" Sealed Beam Lantern without Flasher 101 1959
"Captain" Fluorescent Lantern with Batteries (MIB) 160 1976
"Captain" Lantern with Flasher (MIB) 9100 1976
"Captain" Sealed Beam Lantern 9101 1988
"Cigarette Case" Vest Pocket Light with Original Box 6992 1913
"Cigarette Case" Vest Pocketlight 6991 1913
"Cinderella" Pendant Light CIN1BU1 2005
"Disney Princess" Mini-Light with Lanyard DISWP1EN 2003
"Finding Nemo" Bruce Squeeze LED Light NEMOBP 2003
"Finding Nemo" Bruce with Lanyard NEMO2AAE 2004
"Finding Nemo" Dory Squeeze LED Light NEMOBP 2003
"Finding Nemo" Dory with Lanyard NEMO2AAE 2004
"Finding Nemo" Nemo Squeeze LED Light NEMOBP 2003
"Finding Nemo" Nemo with Lanyard NEMO2AAE 2004
"Lion King" Blue Simba Mini Light with Lanyard LION-2AAE 2003
"Lion King" Green Timon Mini Light with Lanyard LION-2AAE 2003
"Lion King" Pumbaa Squeeze LED Light LION-2ACS 2003
"Lion King" Red Pumbaa Mini Light with Lanyard LION-2AAE 2003
"Lion King" Simba Squeeze LED Light LION-2ACS 2003
"Lion King" Timon Squeeze LED Light LION-2ACS 2003
"Little Commander" Chrome Pocket Light 5115 1976
"Mickey Mouse" Mini-Light with Lanyard DISWP1EN 2003
"Monster's Inc" Boo Squeeze LED Light MON-2 2003
"Monster's Inc" Mike Squeeze LED Light MON-2 2003
"Monster's Inc" Sully Squeeze LED Light MON-2 2003
"Pirates of the Caribbean" 2 in 1 Skull Light SKUL2AAE 2006
"Pirates of the Caribbean" Bone Hand Light with Lanyard PIR2AAE 2006
"Pirates of the Caribbean" Bone Skull Squeeze Light PIR-2ACS 2006
"Power Ranger" Krypton Light PWR2AAE 2005
"Raptor" Premium Lantern with Flexible Directional Light FN450 1997
"Sleeping Beauty" Pendant Light SLP1BU1 2005
"Snow White" Pendant Light SNOBU1 2005
"Sport Gear" 3 Light Bicycle Safety Set (Headlight / Blinker / Tail Light) BKC1WB-E 1996
"Sport Gear" Mini Flashing Safety Light B170WB-E 1996
"Sport Gear" Yellow Fluorescent Lantern with Ring Hanger F415 1995
"Style A" Vest Pocket Light with Ramp Switch and "Snake Cloth" Cover 6502 1903

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