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Vintage Advertising Lighters


In this gallery I have some vintage advertising lighters to share with you. These are also called... Flat Advertising Lighters. A few are not the flat style. You can find some information located on the right on the lighters shown here. The advertising lighters tells a story from back in the day. Enjoy.

I'll be adding some more vintage advertising lighters as I go through a couple of more boxes, I hope to have them listed here in a few weeks. After I look at my 2015 price/guide book on collecting vintage lighters and look through another one from 1995, I should have some more information to add.

NOTE: When I start adding more vintage advertising lighters in this gallery, I'll be showing only one side to get more lighters on this page instead of both sides. Unless, it needs to be seen. A lot of'em are blank on one side and we all know what that looks like.


calneva lighter
Front Side
calneva lighter
Back Side

Front Side

Back Side
crown lighter
Front Side
crown lighter
Back Side
pepsi lighter
Front Side
pepsi lighter
Back Side
aaa insurance lighter
AAA Ca. State Auto Asso.
cal rose lighter
Cal Rose
old lighter
Jersey Truck Center
old lighter
Manhattan Insurance

L&M with Box - Chesterfield w/Box
Lighter Advertising

Most of these types of cigarette lighters in this gallery are considered, Flat Advertisers alonh with the regular pock lighters with advertising on the lighter case.

The Cal Neva Casino in Reno and Sahara Casino Hotel in Las Vegas both have some nice details and are very collectible. That's the Truckee River on the backside of the Cal Neva lighter.

Right below you'll see some nice details for Crown Products Co. that picked up grease from restaurants and scraps from butcher shops.

The Pepsi-Cola lighter is made by Zenith in Japan. I saw a musical Pepsi lighter selling for over $100.

The L&M and Chesterfield came with the box many years ago, which is always hard to find with the lighters. For the most part, they box is always a little beat up. Some times we do get lucky where someone stored the boxes away, instead of throwing'em away and the boxes are in better shape than the lighters.

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