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Vintage USALite Flashlights #2


USA Lite Redhead

USA LITE logo I'm a big fan of the vintage USALite flashlights! Here's some more from my collection of over 80 lights.

A matching pair of two rare 1940's USALite redheads with and without the stand. Both have the bakelite body with red safety guard and red end cap. Both have a plastic lens with USALite Redhead printed on the end cap. These are harder to find than the chrome bodies redheads and don't come along very often.

Here's an ad to go with the flashlights on the lower right. I'm not sure what the value would be with nothing to go on, but, I would say $50-$75 without the stand and $100-$125 with the stand. To me, worth over value here! The Flashlight Museum does not show these two on their website, so this may be the only place you'll get to see both flashlights together.

Roy Rogers & Lone Ranger

On the right we have the 1950's Lone Ranger lithograph flashlight, with the compass end cap, (which may be the wrong end cap for the flashlight?) Still a keeper. The one next to it, is the 1950's Lone Ranger lithograph signal flashlight, with the siren end cap. On the far right is the 1950's Roy Rogers with Trigger lithograph signal flashlight, with the siren end cap. See the ad below on the lower right.

I did see the Roy Rogers with the compass end cap before. I think it was called... The Trail-Finder. But you would think, if one came with it, the other one had it also. All three flashlights work as does the siren and compass.



1947 USALite Ad
 USA LITE Ad

Roy Rogers Flashlight
 Roy Rogers Flashlight Ad

1952 USALite Roy Rogers signal flashlight ad.