Rayovac with Stand
Rayovac Sportsman Flashlight with a stand. I just wanted to show another photo using the stand in another position. This way takes up less space on the shelf.
The 1955 Hipco Tin Litho Space Boy on the left has no siren with code button, the one on the right has the siren with code button. 7 inches tall and runs off 2 D cell batteries. value $40-$65
1930's Allbright purse/pocket light. This has a solid glass bulb and the filament is hidden underneath in the base. This predated the penlight bulb, and casts a focused beam. It works with 2 AA batteries. The trim you see is brown paper, not metal like the case. Size is 2 by 1 1/2 inches.
Here's a different all metal table candle light. Different design and bulb. I'm trying to get some info on the bulb which looks to be an old Tungsten bulb. Notice the long middle wire going up to the tip of the bulb. No brand name or pat #. Could be Japanese pre-war? Someone asked to see the working bulb. There you go!
Oriental Bike Lantern
Here's a unique all metal Oriental bike lantern that stands 6 inches tall. Has oriental writing on the body and end cap and I have no idea who made it or the date. Runs off 2 D cells and the spring is located in the top. Has an on and off twist switch located on the top. I would put a value of around $50 on it. Another collector said he saw one on eBay and the seller was asking around $300, which is just a bit high in my book!
The famous no name or unknown USA flashlight. The one on the left shows the hexagon head and on the right shows the round head. The same flashlight. The reason I show both together is... this looks just like the Kwik-Lite flashlights with the middle separation, (unscrews in the middle) to add the batteries. The switch is different from the Kwik-Lite and of course the head. Change the heads and who would known the difference by just looking at it? So did Kwik-Lite make this one for another company?
1950's Aurora Camera style flashlight/lighter combo. Here we have one with the brown, one with the green inlay and two black/white camera style lights. The sticker on the bottom reads... Gott To Be Good! The other black/white has no sticker. Could there be more? Works off the N2 cell type batteries. Value $30-$40 with the box.
1930's Stesco bakelite golf nite lite. Works off a 4.5 volt 3LR12 battery. Value around $100.00 in good working condition.