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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
Red/White Thin Light 208 1957
Black and Yellow Lantern 59 1957
2 Cell Chrome Magnet Light with AAA Logo, Red Head, and Pinstripes 5MF 1957
2 Cell Chrome Magnet Light with Red Head and Pin Stripes 5MF 1957
6 Pack Display of #SMF Magnet Flashlights 6-5MF 1957
2 Cell Ribbed Metal Light with Target Switch 8251 1957
Chrome "Galaxie" Lantern with Flasher (MIB) 61 1958
"Big Jim" Sealed Beam Lantern with Flasher 100 1959
Chrome Big Jim Lantern with Flasher & No Union Carbide Logo 100 1959
"Big Jim" Sealed Beam Lantern without Flasher 101 1959
Triangular Flashlight with Ivory Whistle 112 1959
Triangular Flashlight with Pink Whistle 112 1959
#230 Chrome Penlight 230 1959
Chrome Pen Light with Smooth White Tip and Push / Lock Thumb Switch 230 1959
Green Cap Penlight with Lock Switch 230 1959
2 Cell Black Cordahide Shop Light with Polyethylene Jumbo Switch and Fittings 314 1959
2 Cell Black/Green Cordahide Shop Light with Polyethylene Jumbo Switch and Fittings 314 1959
2 Cell Black/Red Cordahide Shop Light with Polyethylene Jumbo Switch and Fittings 314 1959
2 Cell Black/Red Plastic "Cordahide" with Plastic Slide Switch 314 1959
2 Cell Black Compass Light with Black Switch and Head 318 1959
2 Cell Chrome with Green Head and Switch 319 1959
2 Cell Chrome with Red Head and Switch 319 1959
Head-Lite Search Light with Battery Carrying Case 3452 1959
2 Cell Wide Ribbed Chrome with Ring Hanger (Canadian?) 1960
Chrome/Black Plastic "Auxiliary" Lighting Unit 107 1960
Red/Yellow "Fire-Ball" 200 Lantern with Combo Stand and Red Flasher (MIB) 200 1960
Orange/Black Hydro-Lite with Nylon Lanyard (MIB) 250 1960
Red & Chrome Flashlight with a 3 Inch Traffic Wand and a Red Plastic Slide Switch (MIB) 2T3 1960
2 Cell Ivory and Metal Bow Boat Light with Red and Green Lenses 300 1960
Chrome Plated "Leader Lite" with Red Trim 326 1962
2 Cell Chrome "Captain" with Boat Switch and Ring Hanger 9231 1963
2 Cell Chrome "Captain" with Boat Switch and Ring Hanger 9251 1963
3 Cell Chrome "Captain" with Boat Switch and Ring Hanger 9351 1963
Black "Captain" Rechargeable Flashlight 3200 1964
Light Blue "Captain" Rechargeable Flashlight (MIB) 3200 1964
Blue 2 Piece Rechargeable Captain Flashlight 3210 1964
Black "Captain" Rechargeable Flashlight (MIB) 3300 1964
Red Rechargeable "Captain" Flashlight 3300 1964
White "Captain" Rechargeable Flashlight (MIB) 3300M 1964
"Big Jim" Camp and Emergency Lantern with Flasher 105 1965

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