"Oh, for my lighter!" postcard, Canada, 1942

Here we have an example of a color postcard from the WWII era. It depicts a small boy handing the Canadian soldier a can with petrol (fr. essence) for the jeep. In reply he gets this: Oh, for my lighter! A bit of humor in the very unhappy times. The …

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"Oh, for my lighter!" postcard, Canada, 1942

Here we have an example of a color postcard from the WWII era. It depicts a small boy handing the Canadian soldier a can with petrol (fr. essence) for the jeep. In reply he gets this: Oh, for my lighter! A bit of humor in the very unhappy times. The …

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Ronson Striker Lighter "Monkey", 1938

The Ronson Striker Lighter "Monkey" was manufactured by Art Metal Works Inc. (Ronson) between 1938-1940 in Newark, N.J. in the United States. The same "laughing out loud" monkey design was also used in the manufacturing the Ronson AMW incense burner, but certainly without the wand and flint strip.

The striker wand (two variants known) is on the top of the monkeys head and the flint strip on

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Ronson Striker Lighter "Monkey", 1938

The Ronson Striker Lighter "Monkey" was manufactured by Art Metal Works Inc. (Ronson) between 1938-1940 in Newark, N.J. in the United States. The same "laughing out loud" monkey design was also used in the manufacturing the Ronson AMW incense burner, but certainly without the wand and flint strip.

The striker wand (two variants known) is on the top of the monkeys head and the flint strip on

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Zippo Flints Card.jpg (Miscellaneous)

Date: 11/24/2015

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Month 11 of 12 months of prepping – Personal Liberty Digest


Personal Liberty Digest
Month 11 of 12 months of prepping
Personal Liberty Digest
As we enter Month 11, it might be easy to become complacent and decide to set aside this month’s preparedness tasks until some other, more convenient time. After all, if you are following along in accordance with the calendar year, there are family …

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Zippo Announces Discontinuation of Branded Butane Lighters – The Cigar Authority

Zippo Announces Discontinuation of Branded Butane Lighters
The Cigar Authority
Earlier in 2015, Zippo Manufacturing Company sold the trademark rights and usage of the Zippo “BLU” brand to Lorillard Tobacco Company. Since then Zippo has continued to manufacturer and sell the lighter as, the Zippo Butane Pocket Lighter. According

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