1936 Prototype light blue finish - no slashes W.JPG

1936 Prototype light blue finish - no slashes W.JPG

 1936 LFC Engine Turned American Legion 2 .JPG

1936 LFC Engine Turned American Legion 2 .JPG

1936 Engine-Turned Prototype with Badge 2.JPG
 1936 Zippo without slashes in the corners which is rare

1936 Zippo without slashes in the corners which is rare

 1938-39 PCB Philo Blaidsdell.JPG

1938-39 PCB Philo Blaidsdell.JPG

 1939 high polish HLG.JPG

1939 high polish HLG.JPG

 1938-39 Engine turned Chromed brass initials MAP 2.JPG

1938-39 Engine turned Chromed brass initials MAP 2.JPG

 1938-39 High polish chrome rare.JPG

1938-39 High polish chrome rare.JPG

 1940-41 black enamel only one 2.JPG

1940-41 black enamel only one 2.JPG

 1940-41 Electric Stop Nuts 2.JPG

1940-41 Electric Stop Nuts 2.JPG

 1940-41 JK Smitsons .JPG

1940-41 JK Smitsons .JPG

 1940-41 Zippo with the Yale logo.  Yale is one of the oldest lock companies in the United States

1940-41 Zippo with the Yale logo.  Yale is one of the oldest lock companies in the United States

 1940-41 Prototype 2.JPG

1940-41 Prototype 2.JPG

 1941-42 Zippo US Great Seal

1941-42 Zippo US Great Seal

 1940-41 Zippo for Warren & Bradshaw Drilling Co. in Tulsa.  The reverse is engraved with the initials "CAD"

1940-41 Zippo for Warren & Bradshaw Drilling Co. in Tulsa.  The reverse is engraved with the initials "CAD"

 1938-39 Zippo with a line-drawn logo for the Texas Employers' Insurance Assn. in Dallas on the front and for the Employers Casualty Company on the reverse

1938-39 Zippo with a line-drawn logo for the Texas Employers' Insurance Assn. in Dallas on the front and for the Employers Casualty Company on the reverse