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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
#8215 Min-Replica "Sport Gear" 2 Way Keychain Light 1997
#F100 Min-Replica "Sport Gear" Lantern Keychain Light 1995
2 Cell Celluloid Light 7" Long with Blank Endcap Similar to Eveready #7 3 Cell 1899
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
2 Cell Ivory Wallite with Pull-chain 1931
2 Cell Lithographed Focusing Flashlight with Saddle Switch and Vertical Lines Logo 1940
2 Cell Ribbed Chrome with Yellow Button Switch and Ring Hanger 1980
2 Cell Stamped Steel Oval Wallite with Smooth Black Finish and Pull String 1931
2 Cell Vulcanite Baby Light with Transverse Switch 1909
2 Cell Vulcanite Light with ER Logo and Adapted with 2 Lens Head by F.A. Hardy & Co. 1913
2C Cell Ribbed Chrome with Red Button Switch and Ring Hanger 1980
3 Cell Wood Grain Box Bicycle Light with Red & Green Faceted Reflectors 1900
5 Cell Aluminum Light with Red Polyethylene Lens Ring and Slide Switch 1976
5 Cell Vulcanite Flashlight with Small Striking Shield and "ER" Logo on End Cap 1902
Aug 1912 Black Cloth Vest Pocket Light with Slide Switch 1912
August 1912 Black Cloth Vest Pocket Light with "exposed" Switch 1912
Black "Travel Gear" Tilt Base Roadside Emergency Lantern 1997
Black Auto Lighter Dashboard Plug-in Emergency Lantern 1995
Black Auto Lighter Dashboard Plug-in Touble Lantern 1995
Black Eyeglasses with Dual Lights 1999
Black Leatherette Vest Pocket Light 1912
Black Plastic Light 1985
Black Rubber Light with Twist Top Switch 1985
Black/Aluminum LED Light Monogrammed 2006
Brown Leatherette Vest Pocket Light 1912
Brown Leatherette Vest Pocket Light with Smooth Lens Cap 1912
Cardboard Penlight Display with 5 #212 Penlights 1952
Carved Cane Light with "Fleur-de-lis" Switch and "Ever Ready" Striking 1902
Clover Leaf Bicycle Light with Red and Green Reflectors on Side 1900
Deco Look Cardboard Flashlight with Steel Ends 1942
Disney "Lion King" Simba Light with Ring Hanger 2004
Double Barrel LED Keychain Light (logo v1) 1995
Double Barrel LED Keychain Light (logo v2) 1995
Gold Plated Vest Pocket Light with Filigree Castings 1913
Green Pen Light 1930
Make a Flashlight Kit with Batteries 2006
Metal Pen Lite with Red Cap Switch 1985
Nickel Plated Pen Light 1930
Push Button Key Ring Light 2001

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