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Camel - Marlboro - Salem - Winston Lighters

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Camel Cigarettes (R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.)

Camel Promotional Lighters

Camel cigarettes were introduced in 1913 by RJR. Over the years Camel has introduced MANY promotional cigarette lighters. For the most part, the Camel/Zippo lighters won't be covered because they will have the Zippo dating system in use and dates can easily be determined through that. See: Dating Zippo Lighters

Some of these lighters, such as the Slide Sleeve lighter, are of exceptionally good quality; the Slede Sleeve, for example, is built like a Sherman tank and quire heavy - much heavier than the original lighters it was modeled on.

Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter Camel Promotional Lighter
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  Camel Promotional Lighter
Penguin - c. late 1950s
Camel Promotional Lighter
Intage Case & Lighter
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c. 1960

Lighters were provided by several companies. Promotional Display

 
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Crown
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Penguin
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Zenith

c. 1988

   
  Camel Promotional Piezoelectric Lighter
KOK-00E-S
Camel Promotional Lighter

c. 1991

   
Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter
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c. 1992

   
Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter
KLK-00E
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Camel Promotional Lighter
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c. 1993

   
Camel Promotional Lighter
Zippo
Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter
Zippo
Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter
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  Camel Promotional Lighter
EBL-00C-S
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Camel Promotional Lighter
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c. 1994

   
Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter
Zippo
Camel Promotional Lighter
KIK-00E-S Another View
Camel Promotional Lighter
Firebird Lighter
Camel Promotional Lighter
Firebird Lighter
Camel Promotional Lighter
KLK-00E
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Camel Metal Match Striker Lighters

Camel Metal Match Promotional Lighter
KNK-0AG-S
More InfoThe Camel Metal Match Striker Lighters series of 1994 was recalled for safety reasons.
Camel Metal Match Promotional Lighter Camel Metal Match Promotional Lighter
Camel Metal Match Promotional Lighter Camel Metal Match Promotional Lighter Camel Metal Match Promotional Lighter

c. 1995

   
Camel Promotional Lighter Camel Promotional Lighter
Zippo
Camel Promotional Lighter
KJK-00E-S
    Camel Promotional Lighter
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c. 1997

   
  Camel Promotional Lighter
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Camel Promotional Lighter

Marlboro

Marlboro is the largest selling cigarette brand and was launched by Phillip Morris as a woman's cigarette based on the slogan "Mild as May" in 1924. It even had a red band on the filter to disguise lipstick stains! It was repositioned in the 1950s as a men's cigarette. Many promotional lighters have been made using the Marlboro brand.

Marlboro No. 6 Brass Slip Lighter

This petrol and flint, brass lighter was a promotional giveaway with the purchase of cigarettes. c. 1991. This (and other No. 5 lighters) seems to be based on the nearly identical Orlik No. 5 lighter produced probably in the 1930s in Austria.
GQK-0AF

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Marlboro No. 6 Brass Slip Lighter

Winston/Salem Cigarettes (R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.)

The Salem brand was introduced by R. J. Reynolds in 1956 and was the first filter tipped menthol cigarette. The Winston brand was introduced by R. J. Reynolds in 1954 and was the number ONE brand from 1966-1972. Both the Winston and Salem brands names come from the city where R.J.R. was founded and headquartered - Winston-Salem, NC.

Winston Promotional Lighter

Winstons were introduced by RJR in 1954, so there aren't any terribly old Winston branded lighters. Since they're from RJR, as are Camels, many of the same lighters appeared as promotions for both brands.
KMK-00E-S

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Winston Promotional Lighter

Winston Promotional Lighter

1960. Lighters were provided by several companies.

Promotional Display

 
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Crown
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Penguin
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Zenith

Salem Promotional Lighter

1960. Lighters were provided by several companies.

Promotional Display

 
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Modern
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Penguin
Winston Promotional Lighter 1960
Zenith
Lighters:    #-A    Ac    Ami    B    Bowers    Br    Camel, etc.    C    Ch    Cl    Co    Com    Cor    D    Dunhill    E    F    Evans    G    H    I-J    K    Ke    L    M    Maj    Mas    Mete    N    Negbaur    O    MIOJ    P    Pak    Pe    Po-Q    R-Ri    Ro-Rv    Ronson    S    Se    Str    Sup    T    Thorens    U-We    Wh-Z    Unbranded    Ashtrays    Collections    Misc Items      PLEASE NOTE: Some enlargements may require scrolling to see the whole image.