Vintage Lighters - Vintage Electric Lighters
We now have seven galleries of vintage lighters, vintage electric cigar lighters and more to share with you.
NOTE: Vintage Lighters For Sale!
I have some vintage pocket lighters, along with some advertising pocket lighters, and a few cigarette case lighters in other galleries. I added a tobacco accessories gallery a few months ago, that go with collecting vintage lighters!
If you collect vintage electric table lighters, you'll see over 60 of these type of lighters while you're here. The vintage electric cigarette - electric cigar lighters are my favorite lighters. These came out during the art deco period of the 1920's, 30's, 40's, and the 50's.
These came in different sizes and styles. Some would plug in a wall outlet, and some would plug in a table lamp, or hanging lamp. The Hunt Continues...
The vintage lighter section has been revised, and I will continue to update as time allows me. So, if this is your first time here in the... 'Flame Section' of the website, nothing has changed. If you've been here before, you'll see some changes.
Besides the electric table lighters, we have two galleries of other vintage table lighters to share with you. Over 60 in all, and counting the electric table lighters, make that over 120 table lighters.
Some collectors collect only table lighters, as there are 100's to be found, and so many different kinds, styles and sizes. The novelty table lighters are a collection all by its self. In fact, lot of different categories when it comes to collecting vintage lighters.
The cigarette dispenser on the right, (which looks like a cigarette machine) is a hard to find... 1940's Lucky Strike cigarette chrome dispenser, by Lester Ware. Drop a coin, (penny) in the slot and out comes a cigarette. This type of dispenser would have be found in bars, night clubs, maybe even in smoke shops. Stands 6 1/4" tall and 4" wide. You'll see other styles of cigarette dispensers, in some of the lighter galleries as well.
The vintage lighters you see here, are from the early 1900's through the 60's. Not ready for the 70's just yet... Happy Hunting.