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Farrelite

Farrelite Aluminum Block Lighter


c. late 1940s
BZL-00G

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Farrelite Aluminum Block Lighter

Fay Mfg. Co.

Chicago, IL - This is not the same as the Elgin Watch Case Company of Elgin, Illinois which made Elgin American.

Fay 'Oxford' Lift Arm Table Lighter

c. 1928 No markings on lighter - identified by Fay Manufacturing Co. patent. Made from a cast metal material - probably pot metal.
LJL-0AB

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Fay Lift Arm Table Lighter

(Fay) Elgin Lift Arm Lighter


c. mid-late 1930s
IHK-0AB

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Elgin Lift Arm Table Lighter

(Fay) Elgin Lift Arm Table Lighter


c. mid-late 1920s Very large at just over 4" tall (closed).
AIL-0AE

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Elgin Lift Arm Table Lighter

(Fay) Elgin Mottled Table-Deco Lighter


c. late 1920s Bakelite body.

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Elgin Mottled Table-Deco Lighter

Feather Lite

Feather Lite Aluminum Block Lighter

KSM-0A0

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Feather Lite Aluminum Block Lighter

Feudor

France

Feudor Thumb Action Lighter


c. WW1 era through early 1920s. This interesting lighter has a wind screen that slides up to protect the flame from winds. Operation is by using the thumb to roll the top/snuffer back which, at the same time, turns the spark wheel and lights the wick. This lighter also has a liquid fuel tank in addition to the standard wadding to allow longer times between fueling.
AHL-0BD

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Feudor Thumb Action Lighter

Field

Japan

Field Standard Excellent Automatic Lighter

c. early 1950s. Alaska Lighter; one of the 'States' series More Info
LDK-0AG

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Alaska Field Standard Excellent Automatic Lighter

Fire Fly

 

Fire Fly Vu-Lighter

HbK-0BH

Fire Fly Vu-Lighter

Firefly Also SEE Buchmann-Strauss Corp.

 

Firefly

Firefly Super Lighter

JYK-00C  

Firefly Super Lighter

Firefly Lighter

part of the States series early 1950s. More Info

 
Firefly Connecticut States Lighter
BPL-0AB Connecticut
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Firefly Ohio Turnpike States Lighter
Ohio Turnpike
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Firefly Mackinac Island States Lighter
ALL-0AE Mackinac Island
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Firefly Niagara Falls NY States Lighter
FPL-0AB Niagara Falls, NY
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Firefly Tennessee States Lighter
EUL-00F Tennessee
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Firefly California States Lighter
EUL-00F California
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Firefly Canada States Series Lighter
HRM-00H  Canada
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Firefly Arizona States Series Lighter
IBL-0AH  Arizona
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Firefly Kentucky States Series Lighter
GcL-0AD  Kentucky
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Fisher

Fisher 'Flash High Class' Lighter

1960s - Part of a line of Fisher lighters that were unashamed copies and ripoffs of Ronson models (see the Fisher ads for 1960s to view some of these 'duplicates') - this a copy of the Ronson Whirlwind.
HIL-00I

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Fisher 'Flash High Class' Lighter

Fisher Swing Line Lighter

Mid to Late 1950s
IBK-0AH

Fisher Swing Line Automatic Lighter

Fisher Falcon Lighter

FbL-00H  

Fisher Falcon Lighter

Fisher Easy Grip (Harp) Lighter

Identical to the Arrow Harp Lighter, Crown Golden Harp Lighter (at PAC / Crown), and the Supreme Harp Lighter. All three used the same patent numbers and were the same lighter marketed under different company names.
KKK-0AF  

Fisher Easy Grip Lighter

Fisher Table Lighter

This lighter is sometimes sold on eBay as a 'Fisker' lighter - due to the stylized way the 'h' is written on the lighter and mis-read by some people. It is identical to the Bowers TL-100 table lighter which was manufactured in Japan by Monarch. c. mid-1950s
AYL-0AA

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Fisher Table Lighter

Fisher Table Lighter Set

Set consisting of a tray, lighter and cigarette holder
BOL-0B0

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Fisher Table Lighter Set
The Flame SEE U Products  

Flamex

Flamex Piezoelectric Butane Lighter

 
  Flamex Piezoelectric Butane Lighter
JYK-00F Fleetwood
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Flamex Piezoelectric Butane Lighter
JYK-00F Brougham

More InfoFlamidor (Quercia)

Flamidor Lift Arm Lighter

 KPK-0AF

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Flamidor Lift Arm Lighter

Flamidor Semi-Automatic Lift Arm Lighter

c. mid-1930s

Patent

Flamidor Semi-Automatic Lift Arm Lighter

Flamidor Aluminum Case Lighter

c. late 1930s Leather covered aluminum case - unusual for that time period.

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Flamidor Aluminum Case Lighter

Flamidor Flambeau Lighter

c. 1950 A pipe or "sport lighter' not unlike the Nimrod and many other brands popular at the time.

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Flamidor Flambeau Lighter

Flamidor Senior Lighter

c. late 1940s An aluminum block lighter.

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Flamidor Senior Lighter

Flamidor Major Lighter

 

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Flamidor Major Lighter

More InfoFlaminaire

Also See: Parker Flaminaire

Flaminaire Crillion

From c. 1947 - See: Parker Flaminaire - same lighter sold in USA under Parker (Pen Co.) name.

 

Flaminaire Galet Lighter

c. 1959

Patent

 
  Flaminaire Lighter
KMK-0AB
Flaminaire Lighter
ITK-0AC
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Flaminaire Gentry ButaGaz Lighter

This model is the first butane lighter ever marketed - circa 1947.

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Flaminaire Gentry ButaGaz Lighter

Flare SEE: Taber Bushnell

 

Flato (Paul Flato)

Flato Compendium Lighter

c. 1940 This magnificent lighter compendium has pull out lighter, compact, cigarette case, and concealed watch. SEE Article: Paul Flato: Designer to the Stars

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Flato Compendium Lighter

FlinTop SEE: Metal Lite

 

More InfoFlorenza

Florenza Figural Lighter

c. late 1940s through 1950s

Florenza Poodle Lighter
AYN-0AF Poodle
Florenza Owl Lighter
Owl
Florenza Elephant Lighter
Elephant
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Florenza Poodle Lighter
Poodle
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Florenza Owl Lighter
GFL-0B0 Owl
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Florenza Hound Dog Lighter
FWM-0AG Hound Dog
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Florenza Lion Lighter
Lion
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Florenza Penguin Lighter
FaM-0A0 Penguin (little glass 'jewel' eyes missing)
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Forward

Forward Bakelite Lift Arm Lighter

HeK-0BD

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Forward Bakelite Lift Arm Lighter

More InfoFrank M. Whiting

Frank M. Whiting Sterling Table Lighter

1931 Sterling silver trim on a glass (not crystal) base. The lighter insert is by HyGlo. A matching ashtray was also available in 2 sizes as well as cigarette holders. See Art Deco Ashtrays for pictures of other pieces.
KCL-0AF

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Frank M. Whiting Sterling Table Lighter

Franklin Sales & Manufacturers Inc.

Columbus, OH

Franklin 54 Cigarette Case & Lighter


c. 1948 The case holds a standard pack of cigarettes and the lighter, on top, flips up for access to the case. Very similar to the Pac-A-Lite case and lighter.

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Franklin 54 Cigarette Case & Lighter
KNM-00I
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Franklin 54 Cigarette Case & Lighter
KNM-00I
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Franklin 54 Cigarette Case & Lighter
LYK-0BG
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Fujiama

France

Fujiama Lift Arm Table Lighter


c. mid-1930s This particular example is not marked 'Fujiama' but is in the particular style of Fujiama - particularly the lift arm handle. The lighter is 4" tall and 2.875" wide.
LYK-0BG

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Fujiama Lift Arm Table Lighter

FumaLux

Fumalux FL2 Electric Lighter

c. 1949 Earlier, larger and far less common version of the FL400 (below). Extremely large for a pocket lighter and very slightly smaller than the usual table lighter.
DSL-0BA

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Fumalux FL2 Electric Lighter

Fumalux FL400 Electric Lighter

c. 1949 The additional pictures show the battery and fuel tank. Marketed under several different names including Magna-Lux and Ohm. More Info
CeL-00H

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Fumalux FL400 Electric Lighter

Fyre-Fly SEE Signal-U Manufacturing

 
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.