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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
Two Tone with Wood Grain Plastic Table Lamp with Fabric Shade & Convertible to Wall Sconce (6V or AC option) 400WB 1969
Brown/White Plastic Lantern with 1651F Bayonet Bulb 4109 1969
2 Cell Chrome and Woodgrain Light Called "The Wrangler" with Narrow Boat Switch 4251 1969
Black/Red Safety Lantern 459 1969
2 Cell Chrome / Black "Pop Out" Magnet Light 4MF 1969
2 Cell Chrome/Red "PopOut" Magnet Light 4MF 1969
2 Cell Chrome/Yellow "Pop Out" Magnet Light 4MF 1969
Cardboard Magnet Utility Light Display of 12-337's Grey / Yellow / Blue / Beige 51 1969
White/Light Blue "Commander" Rechargeable Light (MIB) 6200 1969
Blue Plastic Pocket Light Designed to use the New Space Age Long Lasting Alkaline Energizers 7215 1969
Red Plastic Pocket Light Designed to use the New Space Age Long Lasting Alkaline Energizers 7215 1969
Yellow Plastic Pocket Light Designed to use the New Space Age Long Lasting Alkaline Energizers 7215 1969
2 Cell Chrome Magnet Flashlight with Yellow Ribbed Head 8MF 1969
2 Cell Chrome Magnet Light with Blue Head 8MF 1969
2 Cell Chrome Magnet Light with Red Head 8MF 1969
Chrome/Green "Lil Capt'n" Pocket Light with Keychain 9115 1969
Red Swivel Head Lantern 61 1970
6 Cell Multi Functional Lantern (MIB In Spanish) (Equiv. to 7653) 8653 1970
Red Plastic Lantern with White Slide Switch & #5122 Stamped On End 5122 1972
Red Plastic Lantern with White Slotted Switch 5122 1972
Indoor / Outdoor Fluorescent Lantern 9209 1975
5 Cell Aluminum Light with Red Polyethylene Lens Ring and Slide Switch 1976
2 Cell Black Industrial with Ring Hanger and Replaceable Switch 1251 1976
Black/Red Industrial Light with Red Screw Slide Switch and Ring Hanger (MIB) 1251 1976
2 Cell Black/Red Heavy Duty Plastic Safety Light with Switch Guard and Ring Hanger 1259 1976
Red & Black Plastic Industrial Safety Light with Ring Hanger & Slide Switch. Approval #621 (MIB) 1359 1976
Red "Commander" Lantern with PR Lamp and #407 Bulb in Back Flasher 154 1976
Red "Commander" Lantern with Sealed Beam #4546 Lamp 155 1976
"Captain" Fluorescent Lantern with Batteries (MIB) 160 1976
2 Cell Industrial Red/Black Signal Wand (MIB) 307R 1976
2 Cell Industrial Yellow/Black Signal Wand (MIB) 307Y 1976
2 Cell Black/Red Plastic Continuity Tester Light with Ring Hanger and Guarded Slide Switch 308CT 1976
2 Cell Plastic Industrial with Slide Switch and Red Head (MIB) 330 1976
2 Cell Yellow / Black Industrial with Slide Switch 330 1976
2 Cell Black Industrial Magnet Light with Red Head 331 1976
"Little Commander" Chrome Pocket Light 5115 1976
2 Cell "Jr. Commander Spotlight" Chrome with Red Head and Switch 5231 1976
2 Cell "Commander" Chrome with Red Head and Switch 5251 1976
Green & White Plastic Strobelite From Skipper Line (Made in Hong Kong) in Box 550 1976
2 Cell Magnet "Commander" Spotlight with AAA Logo 5951 1976

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