Although there is no maker's name on the silver plated case, this circa 1910 light looks like it was made by Jaeger. It is a two AAA size light with a lovely Victorian nude on the case.
|The light on the left is a 2 "AAA" cell gold plated sterling silver Hand Engraved model. It has a tourquoise button while the other silver lights have a red glass jewel button.||Circa 1912, American made, R.Blackinton & Co, Hand engraved, slide switch, 2 AAA, model 6804. Blackinton made all sorts of silver goods that were sold in jewelry shops.|
|Circa 1920 Wm B. Kerr & Co., pocket, hand engraved.||Another ca. 1920 Wm B. Kerr & Co., pocket, hand hammered design flashlight that took 3 AA cells, hallmarked w/axe. Kerr made all types of silver goods.|
|A pair of sterling silver, 2 "AA", pen lights from England. The light in the back is made by Asprey & Co.||The top two silver keychain lights, ca. 1920, use a single "AAA" cell while the bottom, ca.1940, uses an "N" cell. American.|
"C & N" Sterling Silver penlights, 1942 fluted barrel, and a 1950 silver tubular. Both made in Birmingham, England.
Not too many manufacturers figured out that the public would actually spend money on a nice flashlight in a precious metal. Ever Ready made a 14kt gold model that is pretty tough to find.
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Interesting Flashlights, page 6
Flashlight Conventions, page 7
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