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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
Black Handy Lamp Lantern with Top Lens, Double Piece Handle and Horizontal Stabilizing Feet 4716 1915
Green/Brown First Tin Litho Toy Lantern with Wooden Box Made by Eveready 4717 1915
Black Handy Lamp with Walleye Lens, Bale, and Handles 4718 1915
Nickel Plated Brass Pocket "Midget" Light with Button Slide Switch and Side Hinge 6990 1915
All Nickel Candle Light with Bakelte Lever Switch 1657 1916
3 Cell Vulcanite Fiber with Walleye Lens 2612 1916
Nickel Plated Gun Light with Original Box (MIB) 2675 1916
Nickel Penlight 2682 1916
Canister Lantern 4708 1916
3 Cell Kerosene Simulating Lantern 4709 1916
3 Cell Kerosene Simulating Lantern with Extra Lens on Side of Glass Chimney 4709 1916
5 Cell Green Lantern 4712 1916
Olive Drab Mobile Artillery Light with Box 1991 1917
Daylo Pistol Light with Nickel Plate Finish 2675 1917
Black Fountain Pen Light (Daylo Era) 2683 1917
3 Cell Liberty (Military) Daylo Box Lantern 3651 1917
2 Cell "Daylo" Vulcanite Baby Light with Slide Switch 2602 1918
2 Cell Vulcanite Daylo Light with Riveted Head, High Mounted Slide/Flash Button Switch, Walleye Lens 2616 1918
2 Cell Vulcanite Daylo Light with Walleye Lens and Slide and Flash Button Switch 2616 1918
3 Cell Daylo Vulcanite Fiber 2619 1918
3 Cell Nickel Plated Daylo Ligth with Slide Switch and Walleye Lens 2632 1918
2 Cell Nickel Daylo Miners Light with Slide Switch and Walleye Lens 2634 1918
2 Cell "Daylo" Nickel Plated Miners Search Light with Slide Switch and Round Head 2638 1918
2 Cell Soldier Boy Light with Nickel Finish and Belt Loop Slide Switch 2639 1918
2 Cell Black Vulcanite and Nickel Plated Brass Daylo Baby Miners Light 2660 1918
2 Cell Ribbed Vulcanite Baby Miners Light with Flat Lens and Slide & Flash Switch 2660 1918
2 Cell Baby Miner's Daylo with Walleye Lens 2661 1918
Daylo Vest Pocket Light (MIB) 6962 1918
2 Cell Daylo with Walleye Lens 2604 1919
2 Cell Daylo "Soldier Boy" with Clip Switch and Walleye Lens 2629 1919
2 Cell Nickel Plated Daylo Baby Light with End Mount Slide Switch 2630 1919
2 Cell Nickel Plated Daylo Baby Light with Middle Mount Slide Switch 2630 1919
2 Cell Daylo with Walleye Lens 2631 1919
2 Cell Nickel Plate Bull Dog Daylo Flashlight with Belt Clip 2657 1919
2 Cell Daylo Miner's Light with Octagonal Head and External Switch Contact 2658 1919
Daylo Pistol Light with Nickel Plate Finish and Version 2 Barrell End 2675 1919
2 Cell Daylo Cartridge Bullet Light 2690 1919
Liberty Daylo with Compass and Gun Metal Finish 3650 1919
5 Cell Nickel Plated Lantern with Slide-Rod Switch 4602 1919
2 Cell "Daylo" Nickel Plated Searchlight with Slide Switch and Octagonal Head 2638 1920

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