This is a lot of four vintage flashlights from the early to mid 1900's. All are in working condition.
______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Eveready Spotlight #2672 Flashlight Early 1920's
This is an Eveready 3-cell flashlight from the early 1900's The end cap is labeled as “ Eveready Spotlight Case No. 2672, Use only Everady Cells No.950. Eveready Lamp No.1162”. It has some tarnish on the outside but is in good working condition. Vulcanite body 9” long.
Vintage Winchester Flashlight Solid 22K Copper Bullet Shaped
This flashlight measures about 7 inches long. There are a few dings around the end cap and it could use polishing, but it still looks good and works great. It requires 2 D cell batteries. Nice vintage piece and it is solid 22K copper and was made in the U.S.A. Has Winchester Trade Mark on the back and is bullet shaped. The cap at the back end is screwed on too tight and I can't get it off but the batteries can be replaced through the front end.Good working condition.
Bright Star Flashlight No.10m 6 3/4” 2 Cell
Bright Star 2 Cell Chrome Double Switch with Ring Hanger and Roll Stop Head. The second button on the switch moves the position of the bulb. 6 3/4” long and good working condition with no corrosion.
French Ray-O-Lite Flashlight 1913
Rayovac 2 cell Nickel plated brass flashlight with slide switch and flasher button. "French Ray-O-Lite" Logo and stamped with “1913 patent date” on slide switch. Good working condition 7” long, no corrosion.