1949-51 Zippo with Nabisco logo. Nabisco is among the world's largest manufacturers of cookies and crackers, featuring such famous brands as Oreo, Fig Newtons, and Premium Saltines.  The company was formed in 1898 as the National Biscuit Company. The name  Nabisco  is first used as part of a name for a sugar wafer in 1901

1949-51 Zippo with Nabisco logo. Nabisco is among the world's largest manufacturers of cookies and crackers, featuring such famous brands as Oreo, Fig Newtons, and Premium Saltines.  The company was formed in 1898 as the National Biscuit Company. The name Nabisco is first used as part of a name for a sugar wafer in 1901

 1949-51 Zippo with a Hoover logo. The first upright vacuum cleaner was invented in June 1908 by Canton, Ohio department store janitor and occasional inventor James Murray Spangler (1848–1915). .He then gave one of his Electric Suction Sweepers to his cousin Susan Troxel Hoover(1846–1925), who used it at home

1949-51 Zippo with a Hoover logo. The first upright vacuum cleaner was invented in June 1908 by Canton, Ohio department store janitor and occasional inventor James Murray Spangler (1848–1915). .He then gave one of his Electric Suction Sweepers to his cousin Susan Troxel Hoover(1846–1925), who used it at home

 1950 Zippo with character graphic for New Era New Era Potato Chips "Scientifically Processed" 

1950 Zippo with character graphic for New Era New Era Potato Chips "Scientifically Processed" 

 1950's Canadian Zippo with a box of Kleenex Tissues.  Kleenex facial tissue was invented by Kimberly & Clark in 1924

1950's Canadian Zippo with a box of Kleenex Tissues.  Kleenex facial tissue was invented by Kimberly & Clark in 1924

 1951 line-drawn Zippo for Campbell Soup recognizing 1,000,000 accident free hours - June 1951

1951 line-drawn Zippo for Campbell Soup recognizing 1,000,000 accident free hours - June 1951

 1951 Zippo for Florsheim Shoes. Florsheim & Co. was founded in 1892 by Milton S. Florsheim. He and his father Sigmund Florsheim made the first shoes in Chicago. By the time of the Great Depression, the company had "2,500 employees, 5 factories, 71 retail outlets, 9,000 dealers and a network of regional wholesale distributors"

1951 Zippo for Florsheim Shoes. Florsheim & Co. was founded in 1892 by Milton S. Florsheim. He and his father Sigmund Florsheim made the first shoes in Chicago. By the time of the Great Depression, the company had "2,500 employees, 5 factories, 71 retail outlets, 9,000 dealers and a network of regional wholesale distributors"

  1952-53 Zippo with a cute Kirby vacuum cleaner graphic "Maid for You!!". The Kirby vacuum is named after James Kirby, aninventor who built his first vacuum cleaner in 1906.


1952-53 Zippo with a cute Kirby vacuum cleaner graphic "Maid for You!!". The Kirby vacuum is named after James Kirby, aninventor who built his first vacuum cleaner in 1906.

 1949-51 Zippo advertising  Mar-Gold margarine

1949-51 Zippo advertising  Mar-Gold margarine

 1951 Zippo for Singer Corporation, an American manufacturer of sewing machines, first established as I. M. Singer & Co. in 1851.  The lighter commemorates the company's 100th anniversary

1951 Zippo for Singer Corporation, an American manufacturer of sewing machines, first established as I. M. Singer & Co. in 1851.  The lighter commemorates the company's 100th anniversary

 1950's Canadian Zippo advertising Crown Brand Corn Syrup. Crown Golden Corn Syrup has been a staple in the Canadian kitchen cupboards since 1900. Crown is the preferred brand in Quebec, Atlantic Canada and British Columbia

1950's Canadian Zippo advertising Crown Brand Corn Syrup. Crown Golden Corn Syrup has been a staple in the Canadian kitchen cupboards since 1900. Crown is the preferred brand in Quebec, Atlantic Canada and British Columbia

 1949-50 Zippo with a dashing grayhound for Dash Armour Dog Food. Armour & Company was a meatpacking company founded in Chicago, in 1867, by the Armour brothers

1949-50 Zippo with a dashing grayhound for Dash Armour Dog Food. Armour & Company was a meatpacking company founded in Chicago, in 1867, by the Armour brothers

 1952-53 Zippo with line-drawn advertising for Lucky Strike which was the top-selling cigarette brand in the United States during the 1930s

1952-53 Zippo with line-drawn advertising for Lucky Strike which was the top-selling cigarette brand in the United States during the 1930s

 1952-53 Zippo advertising Minute Maid, the first company to market orange juice concentrate.  Known for its lemonade and orange juice, the company is owned by The Coca-Cola Company. 

1952-53 Zippo advertising Minute Maid, the first company to market orange juice concentrate.  Known for its lemonade and orange juice, the company is owned by The Coca-Cola Company. 

 1953 Zippo for C&H Sugar.  California and Hawaiian Sugar Company is an American sugar processing and distribution company

1953 Zippo for C&H Sugar.  California and Hawaiian Sugar Company is an American sugar processing and distribution company

 1952-53 Zippo advertising Seagram Distilleries.  Seagram was a large Canadian distiller of Canadian whisky, at its height in the 1990s it was a diversified multinational that was the largest owner of alcoholic beverage lines in the world. It has since imploded.

1952-53 Zippo advertising Seagram Distilleries.  Seagram was a large Canadian distiller of Canadian whisky, at its height in the 1990s it was a diversified multinational that was the largest owner of alcoholic beverage lines in the world. It has since imploded.

 1953-55 Big Top Peanut Butter.JPG1953-55 Zippo advertising Big Top Peanut Butter.  The brand was created by William T. Young  1946 in Lexington Kentucky who developed the business into one of the leading producers of peanut butter in the United States. He sold the company to Procter & Gamble in 1955 and the product was renamed Jif peanut butter

1953-55 Big Top Peanut Butter.JPG1953-55 Zippo advertising Big Top Peanut Butter.  The brand was created by William T. Young  1946 in Lexington Kentucky who developed the business into one of the leading producers of peanut butter in the United States. He sold the company to Procter & Gamble in 1955 and the product was renamed Jif peanut butter

 1953 Zippo advertising Aunt Jemima Family Flour.  Aunt Jemima,  a former slave named Nancy Green, was the world's first living trademark and her interesting story is  HERE .

1953 Zippo advertising Aunt Jemima Family Flour.  Aunt Jemima, 
a former slave named Nancy Green, was the world's first living trademark and her interesting story is HERE.

 1953 Zippo for "Xerox - Products for Xerography - The Haloid Company, Rochester NY"  The photocopier was invented in 1938 by the Haloid Company, which eventually changed its name to Xerox.  This Zippo lighter pre-dates 1959 when Xerox introduced its  Xerox 914 model which revolutionized the document copying industry

1953 Zippo for "Xerox - Products for Xerography - The Haloid Company, Rochester NY"  The photocopier was invented in 1938 by the Haloid Company, which eventually changed its name to Xerox.  This Zippo lighter pre-dates 1959 when Xerox introduced its  Xerox 914 model which revolutionized the document copying industry

 1952-53 Zippo advertising "Ames In-Cross" a hybrid poultry breeding company in Iowa

1952-53 Zippo advertising "Ames In-Cross" a hybrid poultry breeding company in Iowa

 1954-55 Zippo advertises Stetson, the maker of the Stetson cowboy hats. The John B. Stetson Company was founded by John B. Stetson in 1865 and ceased manufacturing in 1970

1954-55 Zippo advertises Stetson, the maker of the Stetson cowboy hats. The John B. Stetson Company was founded by John B. Stetson in 1865 and ceased manufacturing in 1970

 1954 Canadian Zippo advertising Maxwell House Instant Coffee engraved with the initials "JRC" and with the slogan "Good to the Last Drop".  In 1892, Joel Cheek presented his own blend of coffee to the management of the Maxwell House Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee.  Soon the coffee became known as Maxwell House™ coffee. Years later President Theodore Roosevelt visited the hotel and declared the coffee 'good to the last drop

1954 Canadian Zippo advertising Maxwell House Instant Coffee engraved with the initials "JRC" and with the slogan "Good to the Last Drop".  In 1892, Joel Cheek presented his own blend of coffee to the management of the Maxwell House Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee.  Soon the coffee became known as Maxwell House™ coffee. Years later President Theodore Roosevelt visited the hotel and declared the coffee 'good to the last drop

 1954 Zippo for Howard Johnson's, an American chain of hotels and motels located primarily throughout the United States and Canada. It was also once the largest restaurant chain in the U.S. throughout the 1960s and 1970s, with more than 1,000 combined company-owned and franchised outlets. Howard Johnson hotels and motels are now part of Wyndham Worldwide

1954 Zippo for Howard Johnson's, an American chain of hotels and motels located primarily throughout the United States and Canada. It was also once the largest restaurant chain in the U.S. throughout the 1960s and 1970s, with more than 1,000 combined company-owned and franchised outlets. Howard Johnson hotels and motels are now part of Wyndham Worldwide

 1960 two-sided Zippo for Nescafe "The All-Instant Coffee" on one side, and Very Best Chocolate" on the other.   The origins of the company goes back to 1867 and Henri Nestle, the history found  HERE  

1960 two-sided Zippo for Nescafe "The All-Instant Coffee" on one side, and Very Best Chocolate" on the other.   The origins of the company goes back to 1867 and Henri Nestle, the history found HERE 

 1953 Zippo advertising Habitant Brand Soups which has been producing soups in Canada since 1918

1953 Zippo advertising Habitant Brand Soups which has been producing soups in Canada since 1918

 1953 Zippo for Lay's or Friito Lay's, a potato chip manufacturer since 1932.  The reverse is engraved with Oscar's Thousand $ Club and R.D. Silva

1953 Zippo for Lay's or Friito Lay's, a potato chip manufacturer since 1932.  The reverse is engraved with Oscar's Thousand $ Club and R.D. Silva

 1953 Zippo advertising Whirlpool automatic washing machines which "Wash Dry Iron Automatically" distributed by Morley Brothers in Saginaw Michigan

1953 Zippo advertising Whirlpool automatic washing machines which "Wash Dry Iron Automatically" distributed by Morley Brothers in Saginaw Michigan

 1953 Zippo for Birds Eye Frosted Foods - 1954 Moby Dick Accomplishment Award. The company is named after Clarence Birdseye, the inventor of frozen food.

1953 Zippo for Birds Eye Frosted Foods - 1954 Moby Dick Accomplishment Award. The company is named after Clarence Birdseye, the inventor of frozen food.

 1954-55 Zippo for Benjamin Moore paints, a company that produces paint. It is owned by Berkshire Hathaway. Founded in 1883, Benjamin Moore is based in Montvale, New Jersey

1954-55 Zippo for Benjamin Moore paints, a company that produces paint. It is owned by Berkshire Hathaway. Founded in 1883, Benjamin Moore is based in Montvale, New Jersey

 1954-55 Zippo for Sheraton Hotels. The company acquired its first hotel in 1937 and was so successful it became the first hotel chain listed on the New York stock exchange.

1954-55 Zippo for Sheraton Hotels. The company acquired its first hotel in 1937 and was so successful it became the first hotel chain listed on the New York stock exchange.

 1953 Zippo with Packard Bell logo with Bob Clark's signature engraved. Packard Bell is a Dutch-based computer manufacturing subsidiary of Acer. The brand name originally belonged to an American radio set manufacturer, Packard Bell, founded by Herbert "Herb" A. Bell and Leon S. Packard in 1933

1953 Zippo with Packard Bell logo with Bob Clark's signature engraved. Packard Bell is a Dutch-based computer manufacturing subsidiary of Acer. The brand name originally belonged to an American radio set manufacturer, Packard Bell, founded by Herbert "Herb" A. Bell and Leon S. Packard in 1933

 1954 Zippo advertising Smucker's apple butter, preserves & jellies. The company bears the name of Jerome Monroe Smucker who first pressed cider at a mill he opened in 1897 and who later produced apple butter which he sold from the back of a horse-drawn wagon.

1954 Zippo advertising Smucker's apple butter, preserves & jellies. The company bears the name of Jerome Monroe Smucker who first pressed cider at a mill he opened in 1897 and who later produced apple butter which he sold from the back of a horse-drawn wagon.

 1954 Zippo for Jantzen, a brand of swimwear that was established in 1916. The brand featured a logo image of a young woman, dressed in a red one-piece swimsuit and bathing hat, assuming a diving posture with outstretched arms and an arched back. Known as the Jantzen "Diving Girl", the image in various forms became famous throughout the world during the early twentieth century

1954 Zippo for Jantzen, a brand of swimwear that was established in 1916. The brand featured a logo image of a young woman, dressed in a red one-piece swimsuit and bathing hat, assuming a diving posture with outstretched arms and an arched back. Known as the Jantzen "Diving Girl", the image in various forms became famous throughout the world during the early twentieth century

 1955 Zippo with a windmill, possibly related to Van de Kamp Dutch Bakeries

1955 Zippo with a windmill, possibly related to Van de Kamp Dutch Bakeries

 1955 Zippo for the Romanoff Caviar Company which was established in 1859

1955 Zippo for the Romanoff Caviar Company which was established in 1859

 1954-55 Zippo for  Whirlpool.  Depiction is of an automatic washer.

1954-55 Zippo for  Whirlpool.  Depiction is of an automatic washer.

 1957 Zippo with graphics of a jar of Beech-Nut baby food and a roll of Five Flavor Life Savers

1957 Zippo with graphics of a jar of Beech-Nut baby food and a roll of Five Flavor Life Savers

 1957 Zippo for Mrs. Wagner's Pies.  They were single-serving pies sold in waxed paper sold in the New York, New Jersey area.  They were made until July 1969 when they went out of business

1957 Zippo for Mrs. Wagner's Pies.  They were single-serving pies sold in waxed paper sold in the New York, New Jersey area.  They were made until July 1969 when they went out of business

 1957  Zippo with Hoover logo

1957  Zippo with Hoover logo

 1958 Zippo for Bachman Oven Fresh Pretzels. The Bachman brand is known for producing pretzels and other snacks since 1884

1958 Zippo for Bachman Oven Fresh Pretzels. The Bachman brand is known for producing pretzels and other snacks since 1884

 1958 Zippo Birds Eye Juice Jubilee.  Birds Eye  was started in 1922 by Clarence  Birdseye  who was a biologist for the US government. The company patented the 'quick freezing' process and is now considered one of the founders of the frozen food industry.

1958 Zippo Birds Eye Juice Jubilee. Birds Eye was started in 1922 by Clarence Birdseye who was a biologist for the US government. The company patented the 'quick freezing' process and is now considered one of the founders of the frozen food industry.

 1957 Zippo with the seal of Darigold, a dairy cooperative founded in 1918. Headquartered inSeattle Washington.  It is owned by the over 500 dairy farm members located in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Northern California and Montana

1957 Zippo with the seal of Darigold, a dairy cooperative founded in 1918. Headquartered inSeattle Washington.  It is owned by the over 500 dairy farm members located in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Northern California and Montana

 1957 Zippo with a graphic of a Dannon Yogurt that first was produced in 1942

1957 Zippo with a graphic of a Dannon Yogurt that first was produced in 1942

 1958 Zippo advertising Quaker Oats.  Founded in 1901 by the merger of four oat mills Quaker is an American food conglomerate based in Chicago owned by PepsiCo since 2001

1958 Zippo advertising Quaker Oats.  Founded in 1901 by the merger of four oat mills Quaker is an American food conglomerate based in Chicago owned by PepsiCo since 2001

 1958 Zippo with Snow Crop's friendly polar bear Teddy.  Snow Crop is an orange juice and lemonade brand owned by the Coca-Cola Company

1958 Zippo with Snow Crop's friendly polar bear Teddy.  Snow Crop is an orange juice and lemonade brand owned by the Coca-Cola Company

 1958 Zippo with an Elsie the Cow graphic for "The Borden Company" which was a major producer of dairy and pasta product.   Named one of the Top 10 Advertising Icons of the 20th Century by  Ad Age  in 2000, Elsie the Cow has been among the most recognizable product logos in the United States and Canada

1958 Zippo with an Elsie the Cow graphic for "The Borden Company" which was a major producer of dairy and pasta product. Named one of the Top 10 Advertising Icons of the 20th Century by Ad Age in 2000, Elsie the Cow has been among the most recognizable product logos in the United States and Canada

 1958 Zippo with the "Procter & Gamble Spotlight Award". The Company began when  William Procter and James Gamble start making and selling soap and candles in 1937. The logo consists of a bearded man's face on a moon surrounded by 13  stars. There has been  some controversy about the logo by those who claim that the image has Satanic origins

1958 Zippo with the "Procter & Gamble Spotlight Award". The Company began when  William Procter and James Gamble start making and selling soap and candles in 1937. The logo consists of a bearded man's face on a moon surrounded by 13  stars. There has been
some controversy about the logo by those who claim that the image has Satanic origins

 1959 Zippo with a graphic of a "Good 'n hot" Mexi-Pep salsa bottle - "Exciting New Flavor for All Foods".  Founded in 1898, Trappey's Hot Sauce is one of the oldest hot sauce brands in the United States originally produced in New Iberia, Louisiana

1959 Zippo with a graphic of a "Good 'n hot" Mexi-Pep salsa bottle - "Exciting New Flavor for All Foods".  Founded in 1898, Trappey's Hot Sauce is one of the oldest hot sauce brands in the United States originally produced in New Iberia, Louisiana

 1959 with a graphic of a can of Luzianne Coffee & Chickory.  Luzianne began life in 1902, when William B. Reily, who owned a wholesale grocery business, moved from Monroe, Louisiana to New Orleans. In New Orleans, he changed his emphasis to coffee and tea.  By 1932, the Luzianne brand was established throughout the Southeast, as was its reputation for selling the region’s finest coffee and tea. 

1959 with a graphic of a can of Luzianne Coffee & Chickory.  Luzianne began life in 1902, when William B. Reily, who owned a wholesale grocery business, moved from Monroe, Louisiana to New Orleans. In New Orleans, he changed his emphasis to coffee and tea.  By 1932, the Luzianne brand was established throughout the Southeast, as was its reputation for selling the region’s finest coffee and tea. 

 1959 Zippo for Dr. Scholl Foot Comfort Shop in South Bend, Indiana. Dr. Scholl's is a footwear and foot care brand started by podiatrist William Mathias Scholl in Chicago in 1906

1959 Zippo for Dr. Scholl Foot Comfort Shop in South Bend, Indiana. Dr. Scholl's is a footwear and foot care brand started by podiatrist William Mathias Scholl in Chicago in 1906

 1959 high-polish Town & Country Zippo with a Kodak logo and "The Photo Sale Never Ends".  Not shown is the name Hugh Sorensen is engraved on the reverse. The first "Kodak" camera was sold to consumers in 1888 by George Eastman with the slogan "You press the Button, we do the Rest"

1959 high-polish Town & Country Zippo with a Kodak logo and "The Photo Sale Never Ends".  Not shown is the name Hugh Sorensen is engraved on the reverse. The first "Kodak" camera was sold to consumers in 1888 by George Eastman with the slogan "You press the Button, we do the Rest"

 1959 Zippo advertising Chip Steaks. The chip steak was invented in 1936 and was popular throughout the years following because of its value and its ease of cooking. Though chip steaks have decreased in popularity, this frozen, thin sliced patty is still widely available for purchase online and at butcher shops

1959 Zippo advertising Chip Steaks. The chip steak was invented in 1936 and was popular throughout the years following because of its value and its ease of cooking. Though chip steaks have decreased in popularity, this frozen, thin sliced patty is still widely available for purchase online and at butcher shops

 1959 Zippo for Safeway, a major supermarket chain founded in 1915. "Kraft-O-Rama" involved the promotion of Kraft Food products within its stores

1959 Zippo for Safeway, a major supermarket chain founded in 1915. "Kraft-O-Rama" involved the promotion of Kraft Food products within its stores

 1960 Canada made Zippo advertising Mitchum antiperspirant-deodorant

1960 Canada made Zippo advertising Mitchum antiperspirant-deodorant

 1959 Zippo for Sheraton Hotels. The reverse side reads "Sheraton Inn Binghamton NY May, 1959"

1959 Zippo for Sheraton Hotels. The reverse side reads "Sheraton Inn Binghamton NY May, 1959"

 1960 two-sided Zippo advertising Maxwell House Western Blend, "Hot as Fire! Black as Night!"

1960 two-sided Zippo advertising Maxwell House Western Blend, "Hot as Fire! Black as Night!"

 1960 Zippo with a Pepsi Cola bottle cap. The popular soft drink was created in 1893 and introduced as Brad's Drink, was renamed as Pepsi-Cola on August 28, 1898, and then as Pepsi in 1961

1960 Zippo with a Pepsi Cola bottle cap. The popular soft drink was created in 1893 and introduced as Brad's Drink, was renamed as Pepsi-Cola on August 28, 1898, and then as Pepsi in 1961

 1961 Zippo for Astor Coffee, one of the first coffee brands that adopted vacuum packed technology to preserve coffee's freshness.  The brand is no longer in existence.

1961 Zippo for Astor Coffee, one of the first coffee brands that adopted vacuum packed technology to preserve coffee's freshness.  The brand is no longer in existence.

 1961 Zippo for The Cleveland Automobile Club World Travel Department Est. 1900

1961 Zippo for The Cleveland Automobile Club World Travel Department Est. 1900

 1960 slim T&C Zippo with a graphic of a jar of Maxwell House coffee.

1960 slim T&C Zippo with a graphic of a jar of Maxwell House coffee.

 1961 two-sided Zippo.  The front advertises Dallas-based Leon's Pit Bar-B-Q, and the reverse advertises Leon's "Korn" Dogs. Leon’s pit bar-b-que was created in 1946, and 1954 was the year Leon’s built the first U.S.D.A. inspected bar-b-que facility in the United States. This facility was expanded in 1960 when Leon’s began producing corn dogs for the foodservice trade.  Today the business is known as Leon's Texas Cuisine

1961 two-sided Zippo.  The front advertises Dallas-based Leon's Pit Bar-B-Q, and the reverse advertises Leon's "Korn" Dogs. Leon’s pit bar-b-que was created in 1946, and 1954 was the year Leon’s built the first U.S.D.A. inspected bar-b-que facility in the United States. This facility was expanded in 1960 when Leon’s began producing corn dogs for the foodservice trade.  Today the business is known as Leon's Texas Cuisine

 1960 Zippo advertising RCA Whirlpool washers and dryers. "Your family will love our family of RCA Whirlpool Home Appliances". The reverse reads "RCA Whirlpool Home Appliances

1960 Zippo advertising RCA Whirlpool washers and dryers. "Your family will love our family of RCA Whirlpool Home Appliances". The reverse reads "RCA Whirlpool Home Appliances

    1960 Zippo with a colorful box of the detergent "All - For Automatic Washers".  All is a product of Unilever, one of the world's leading producers of household products

 

1960 Zippo with a colorful box of the detergent "All - For Automatic Washers".  All is a product of Unilever, one of the world's leading producers of household products

 1961 Zippo with the logo of Chase Manhattan Bank.   Formed in 1955, the bank was known as Chase Manhattan Bank until it merged with J.P. Morgan & Co. in 2000 and "Chase Bank" today

1961 Zippo with the logo of Chase Manhattan Bank.   Formed in 1955, the bank was known as Chase Manhattan Bank until it merged with J.P. Morgan & Co. in 2000 and "Chase Bank" today

 1960 Zippo for Oscar Mayer.  With its origins in 1883, The Oscar Mayer Company is an American meat and cold cut production company, owned by Kraft Heinz. It is known for its hotdogs, bologna, bacon, ham and Lunchables products

1960 Zippo for Oscar Mayer.  With its origins in 1883, The Oscar Mayer Company is an American meat and cold cut production company, owned by Kraft Heinz. It is known for its hotdogs, bologna, bacon, ham and Lunchables products

 1961 Zippowith Mc Donalds golden arches compliments of Dura-Fri shortening

1961 Zippowith Mc Donalds golden arches compliments of Dura-Fri shortening

 1961 Zippo McDonalds in Toledo Ohio

1961 Zippo McDonalds in Toledo Ohio

 1961 Zippo for Stokely Van Camp 100 Anniversary. Van Camp’s is a brand of canned beans currently owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc. Their products typically consist of beans stewed in a flavored sauce

1961 Zippo for Stokely Van Camp 100 Anniversary. Van Camp’s is a brand of canned beans currently owned by ConAgra Foods, Inc. Their products typically consist of beans stewed in a flavored sauce

 1961 Zippo with a graphic of Goldie, Golden Flake Snack Food's promotional clown 

1961 Zippo with a graphic of Goldie, Golden Flake Snack Food's promotional clown 

 1962 Zippo advertising popsicles for Pemico Foods, Perry, Ohio

1962 Zippo advertising popsicles for Pemico Foods, Perry, Ohio

  1961 T&C slim Zippo with the Maxwell House coffee slogan "Good to the Last Drop"

1961 T&C slim Zippo with the Maxwell House coffee slogan "Good to the Last Drop"

 1962 Zippo for a McDonalds franchisee, Interstate Foods Corp

1962 Zippo for a McDonalds franchisee, Interstate Foods Corp

 1962 Zippo with a McDonald's Drive-In in Mason City, Iowa is similar to the lighters to the left but for missing paint and the "McDonald's Drive-In" spelled out

1962 Zippo with a McDonald's Drive-In in Mason City, Iowa is similar to the lighters to the left but for missing paint and the "McDonald's Drive-In" spelled out

 1962 Zippo with image of a gravy boat advertising GravyMaster.  Introduced in 1935, made of ingredients ranging from pure cane sugar to herbs and spices, GravyMaster has become a staple in the home cook’s kitchen. 

1962 Zippo with image of a gravy boat advertising GravyMaster.  Introduced in 1935, made of ingredients ranging from pure cane sugar to herbs and spices, GravyMaster has become a staple in the home cook’s kitchen. 

 1963 Zippo with a Frito-Lay logo. Frito-Lay began in the early 1930's and is a subsidiary of PepsiCo.  It manufactures, markets, and sells corn chips, potato chips, and other snack foods

1963 Zippo with a Frito-Lay logo. Frito-Lay began in the early 1930's and is a subsidiary of PepsiCo.  It manufactures, markets, and sells corn chips, potato chips, and other snack foods

 1963 Zippo advertising Certain-dri, "Stay fresh as a flower every hour up to 84 hours..." fopr Leon Products of Jacksonville, FL.  .JPG Certain-dri is a leading brand  that doctors recommend for their patients with excessive sweating

1963 Zippo advertising Certain-dri, "Stay fresh as a flower every hour up to 84 hours..." fopr Leon Products of Jacksonville, FL.  .JPG Certain-dri is a leading brand  that doctors recommend for their patients with excessive sweating

 1963 Zippo for Peter Pan Peanut Butter with a graphic of Peter Pan. Peter Pan is a fictional character created by Scottish novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie. A free-spirited and mischievous young boy who can fly and never grows up

1963 Zippo for Peter Pan Peanut Butter with a graphic of Peter Pan. Peter Pan is a fictional character created by Scottish novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie. A free-spirited and mischievous young boy who can fly and never grows up

 1963  T&C Zippo  advertising aDelGrosso Spagetti Sauce, "The Finest Sauce Made". Marianna Pulcino immigrated to America in 1911, bringing with her an old-world recipe for pasta sauce. She established Mom’s Cafe on Walton Avenue in Altoona, Pennsylvania where she served up her classic dishes to the delight of hungry patrons.

1963  T&C Zippo  advertising aDelGrosso Spagetti Sauce, "The Finest Sauce Made". Marianna Pulcino immigrated to America in 1911, bringing with her an old-world recipe for pasta sauce. She established Mom’s Cafe on Walton Avenue in Altoona, Pennsylvania where she served up her classic dishes to the delight of hungry patrons.

 1964 Zippo advertising Hy-Pop Selected Popcorn in Sac City, Iowa

1964 Zippo advertising Hy-Pop Selected Popcorn in Sac City, Iowa

 1964 Zippo with the Fuller Paints logo. Fuller Paint company distributed mirrors, paints, oils, window glass, brushes, varnishes, turpentine, glue, gold leaf, artists’ materials, throughout the western United States

1964 Zippo with the Fuller Paints logo. Fuller Paint company distributed mirrors, paints, oils, window glass, brushes, varnishes, turpentine, glue, gold leaf, artists’ materials, throughout the western United States

 1964 Zippo with a bar of Dial Soap. It was introduced in the early 1950's with the slogan "Aren't you glad you use Dial? Don't you wish everybody did?"

1964 Zippo with a bar of Dial Soap. It was introduced in the early 1950's with the slogan "Aren't you glad you use Dial? Don't you wish everybody did?"

 1965 loss-proof Zippo advertising Sunbeam Bread by Stroemann.  Sunbeam Bread is a franchised brand of white bread, rolls, and other baked goods owned by the Quality Bakers of America cooperative.

1965 loss-proof Zippo advertising Sunbeam Bread by Stroemann.  Sunbeam Bread is a franchised brand of white bread, rolls, and other baked goods owned by the Quality Bakers of America cooperative.

 1967 Zippo for Jack Frost Cane Sugar.  The "Jack Frost" brand was introduced by National Sugar Refining Co. in 1929

1967 Zippo for Jack Frost Cane Sugar.  The "Jack Frost" brand was introduced by National Sugar Refining Co. in 1929

 1967 Zippo with a graphic of Miss Dairylea.  The iconic “Miss Dairylea” was introduced in the 1920s to help promote Dairylea products. She adorned promotional materials the dairy brand until she was retired in the 1970's

1967 Zippo with a graphic of Miss Dairylea.  The iconic “Miss Dairylea” was introduced in the 1920s to help promote Dairylea products. She adorned promotional materials the dairy brand until she was retired in the 1970's

 1965 slim Zippo for Sanka Coffee. Sanka is a brand of instant decaffeinated coffee, sold around the world, and was one of the earliest decaffeinated varieties. Sanka is distributed in the United States by Kraft Foods

1965 slim Zippo for Sanka Coffee. Sanka is a brand of instant decaffeinated coffee, sold around the world, and was one of the earliest decaffeinated varieties. Sanka is distributed in the United States by Kraft Foods

 1957 T&C Zippo State Farm Insurance logo.  The ovels in the center, Auto, Life and Fire, are hand-painted

1957 T&C Zippo State Farm Insurance logo.  The ovels in the center, Auto, Life and Fire, are hand-painted

 1964 Zippo advertising Saffola . Saffola, owned by Marico, an Indian company, is essentially blended refined edible oil which is claimed to be beneficial for Heart health. 

1964 Zippo advertising Saffola . Saffola, owned by Marico, an Indian company, is essentially blended refined edible oil which is claimed to be beneficial for Heart health. 

 1965 Zippo by Vineyard Industries Inc., a McDonald's franchisee in Conyers, Georgia

1965 Zippo by Vineyard Industries Inc., a McDonald's franchisee in Conyers, Georgia

 1965 Zippo with the NBC Color TV peacock.  The NBC Peacock is one of the most well-known logos in since 1957 when color television was "brought to you in living color" by the peacock

1965 Zippo with the NBC Color TV peacock.  The NBC Peacock is one of the most well-known logos in since 1957 when color television was "brought to you in living color" by the peacock

 1967 Zippo advertising Efferdent Denture Cleanser Tablets.  Efferdent is a product of Pfizer, Inc., a leading producer of pharmaceuticals and other health related products

1967 Zippo advertising Efferdent Denture Cleanser Tablets.  Efferdent is a product of Pfizer, Inc., a leading producer of pharmaceuticals and other health related products

 1967 Zippo with the image of a corn cob advertising Corn King, a major producer of ham and bacon type products

1967 Zippo with the image of a corn cob advertising Corn King, a major producer of ham and bacon type products

 1966 Zippowith a graphic of the Gerber baby.  Gerber was founded in 1927 in Fremont, Michigan, by Daniel Frank Gerber, owner of the Fremont Canning Company, which produced canned fruit and vegetables. At the suggestion of a pediatrician, Gerber's wife, Dorothy, began making hand-strained food for their seven-month-old daughter, Sally, and the rest is history

1966 Zippowith a graphic of the Gerber baby.  Gerber was founded in 1927 in Fremont, Michigan, by Daniel Frank Gerber, owner of the Fremont Canning Company, which produced canned fruit and vegetables. At the suggestion of a pediatrician, Gerber's wife, Dorothy, began making hand-strained food for their seven-month-old daughter, Sally, and the rest is history

 1967 Zippo for A&P' Atlantic Division with a heart and "Thanks a Billion". The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company has a 150 year-old history and was America's leading grocery store chain in the 1960's

1967 Zippo for A&P' Atlantic Division with a heart and "Thanks a Billion". The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company has a 150 year-old history and was America's leading grocery store chain in the 1960's

 1967 Zippo for Diners Club.  The Diners Club was the very first credit card created and introduced by Frank McNamara in 1950

1967 Zippo for Diners Club.  The Diners Club was the very first credit card created and introduced by Frank McNamara in 1950

 1968 Zippo for Roman Meal Bread.The Roman Meal Company was founded in 1912 on the desire of Canadian physician Robert Jackson to emulate what he believed to be the healthy regimen of Roman soldiers, who purportedly consumed two pounds of wheat or rye a day as part of their rations

1968 Zippo for Roman Meal Bread.The Roman Meal Company was founded in 1912 on the desire of Canadian physician Robert Jackson to emulate what he believed to be the healthy regimen of Roman soldiers, who purportedly consumed two pounds of wheat or rye a day as part of their rations

 1967 Zippo with McDonald's Golden Arches logo

1967 Zippo with McDonald's Golden Arches logo

 1968 Zippo with a can of Rich's Whip Topping.

1968 Zippo with a can of Rich's Whip Topping.

 1968 Zippo with an attached  original  Burger King logo badge of the King sitting on a Whopper with a soda. Burger King was started in the late 1950's as Insta/Burger King until 1967 when the company was acquired  by Pillsbury, changing both the company name and logo at that time

1968 Zippo with an attached  original  Burger King logo badge of the King sitting on a Whopper with a soda. Burger King was started in the late 1950's as Insta/Burger King until 1967 when the company was acquired
by Pillsbury, changing both the company name and logo at that time

 1968 Zippo with a graphic of Wilson's Mammoth Cheddar Cheese

1968 Zippo with a graphic of Wilson's Mammoth Cheddar Cheese

 1976 Zippo.  Sealy is the largest bedding company in North America. Sealy is a small town in Texas and was the home of Daniel Haynes, a cotton gin builder, who began making cotton-filled mattresses in 1881

1976 Zippo.  Sealy is the largest bedding company in North America. Sealy is a small town in Texas and was the home of Daniel Haynes, a cotton gin builder, who began making cotton-filled mattresses in 1881

 1970 Zippo with graphic of Gardner's Sof-twist Purity Enriched Bread

1970 Zippo with graphic of Gardner's Sof-twist Purity Enriched Bread

 1970 2-sided Zippo for Armour Hot Dogs and Armour Bacon Armour & Company was a meatpacking company founded in Chicago, in 1867, by the Armour brothers, led by Philip Danforth Armour. By 1880, the company had become Chicago's most important business and had helped make Chicago and its Union Stock Yards the center of America's meatpacking industry.

1970 2-sided Zippo for Armour Hot Dogs and Armour Bacon Armour & Company was a meatpacking company founded in Chicago, in 1867, by the Armour brothers, led by Philip Danforth Armour. By 1880, the company had become Chicago's most important business and had helped make Chicago and its Union Stock Yards the center of America's meatpacking industry.

 1968 Zippo for One Hour "Martinizing" with a graphic of a rose and the slogan "Fresh as a Flower in Just One Hour" Rose . Martinizing Dry Cleaning is a dry cleaning franchise founded in 1949. Based on Loveland Ohio it is the largest dry cleaning franchise in the United States

1968 Zippo for One Hour "Martinizing" with a graphic of a rose and the slogan "Fresh as a Flower in Just One Hour" Rose . Martinizing Dry Cleaning is a dry cleaning franchise founded in 1949. Based on Loveland Ohio it is the largest dry cleaning franchise in the United States

 1971 Zippo UHaul Rentals.   U-Haul is a moving equipment and storage rental company, based in Phoenix Arizona that has been in operation since 1945

1971 Zippo UHaul Rentals.  U-Haul is a moving equipment and storage rental company, based in Phoenix Arizona that has been in operation since 1945

 1970 Zippo advertising Holiday Inn.  Since Kemmons Wilson built the first  Holiday Inn  outside Memphis, Tennessee in 1952, the chain, along with its  Holiday Inn  Express hotels, has expanded to over 3,300 hotels worldwide.  The letters PCB are for Philo C Blaisdell, the father of George Blasidell, Zippo Mfg. Co.'s founder

1970 Zippo advertising Holiday Inn.  Since Kemmons Wilson built the first Holiday Inn outside Memphis, Tennessee in 1952, the chain, along with its Holiday Inn Express hotels, has expanded to over 3,300 hotels worldwide.  The letters PCB are for Philo C Blaisdell, the father of George Blasidell, Zippo Mfg. Co.'s founder

 1968 slim Zippo for Burger Chef Hamburgers. Burger Chef was an American fast-food restaurant chain. It began operating in 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana, expanded throughout the United States, and, at its peak in 1973, had 1,050 locations.  Is ceased operations in 1996.

1968 slim Zippo for Burger Chef Hamburgers. Burger Chef was an American fast-food restaurant chain. It began operating in 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana, expanded throughout the United States, and, at its peak in 1973, had 1,050 locations.  Is ceased operations in 1996.

 1971 Zippo advertising Libby's, 1971 Zippo for Libby's.  The business began with a canned meat product, beef in brine, or corned beef. It became well-known when it began to package the meat in a trapezoid-shaped can starting in 1875.  It was acquired by Nestles in 1976

1971 Zippo advertising Libby's, 1971 Zippo for Libby's.  The business began with a canned meat product, beef in brine, or corned beef. It became well-known when it began to package the meat in a trapezoid-shaped can starting in 1875.  It was acquired by Nestles in 1976

 1971 Zippo with the logo for the United States Postal Service . The “standing” eagle was adopted as the Postal Service’s official seal in 1970.  Eagles are powerful, stately, determined and undeniably American, which reflects the spirit of the Postal Service and its employees.  The logo was replaced in 1993. 

1971 Zippo with the logo for the United States Postal Service . The “standing” eagle was adopted as the Postal Service’s official seal in 1970.  Eagles are powerful, stately, determined and undeniably American, which reflects the spirit of the Postal Service and its employees.  The logo was replaced in 1993. 

 1972 slim Zippo with the graphic of a One Touch Singer sewing machine

1972 slim Zippo with the graphic of a One Touch Singer sewing machine

 1972 Zippo with a graphic of Swiss Miss, a hot chocolate cocoa brand that belongs to ConAgra Foods

1972 Zippo with a graphic of Swiss Miss, a hot chocolate cocoa brand that belongs to ConAgra Foods

 1973 Zippo for Wrangler jeans.  A major brand in Western wear, the Company traces its origins to 1904 when C.C. Hudson bought a couple of sewing machines and started his own business

1973 Zippo for Wrangler jeans.  A major brand in Western wear, the Company traces its origins to 1904 when C.C. Hudson bought a couple of sewing machines and started his own business

 1974 Zippo for Atlas Van Lines. It is an American moving company formed in 1948 by a group of local transfer and storage firms. As an agent-owned company, it is similar in form to a cooperative. Based in Evansville, Indiana, United States, it is the second-largest interstate motor carrier in the U.S. 

1974 Zippo for Atlas Van Lines. It is an American moving company formed in 1948 by a group of local transfer and storage firms. As an agent-owned company, it is similar in form to a cooperative. Based in Evansville, Indiana, United States, it is the second-largest interstate motor carrier in the U.S. 

 This 1974 Zippo with the NFL logo was produced to for the 1975 Super Bowl IX in which the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Minnesota Vikings 16-6.

This 1974 Zippo with the NFL logo was produced to for the 1975 Super Bowl IX in which the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Minnesota Vikings 16-6.

 1975 Zippo for Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Circus World with the image of a fierce tiger leaping through a fiery ring. The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is a famous American circus, formed when the Ringling Brothers purchased the Barnum and Bailey Circus in 1907.

1975 Zippo for Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Circus World with the
image of a fierce tiger leaping through a fiery ring. The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is a famous American circus, formed when the Ringling Brothers purchased the Barnum and Bailey Circus in 1907.

 1977 Zippo for Lipton, "The Look for the Leader Supply Bulletin 10-500-135". Thomas Lipton incorporated the Lipton Tea Company in 1915.

1977 Zippo for Lipton, "The Look for the Leader Supply Bulletin 10-500-135". Thomas Lipton incorporated the Lipton Tea Company in 1915.

 1978 slim ultralite Zippo with the image of Charlie the Tuna, the cartoon mascot for the StarKist tuna brand probably used to promote company safety.  Not shown is green and red ultralite on the back

1978 slim ultralite Zippo with the image of Charlie the Tuna, the cartoon mascot for the StarKist tuna brand probably used to promote company safety.  Not shown is green and red ultralite on the back

 1971 Zippo advertsing Greyhound Worldwide Moving.  The Company with its distinctive greyhound logo is best known for its bus carrier services

1971 Zippo advertsing Greyhound Worldwide Moving.  The Company with its distinctive greyhound logo is best known for its bus carrier services

 1972 Zippo with a graphic of the famous La-Z-Boy easy chair

1972 Zippo with a graphic of the famous La-Z-Boy easy chair

 1973 Zippo advertising the Marriott hotel chain. Marriott was founded by John Willard Marriott in 1927 when he and his wife, Alice Sheets Marriott, opened a root beer stand in Washington, D.C. They opened their first hotel, the Twin Bridges Marriott Motor Hotel, in Arlington, Virginia, in 1957   

1973 Zippo advertising the Marriott hotel chain. Marriott was founded by John Willard Marriott in 1927 when he and his wife, Alice Sheets Marriott, opened a root beer stand in Washington, D.C. They opened their first hotel, the Twin Bridges Marriott Motor Hotel, in Arlington, Virginia, in 1957

 

 This 1970 Holiday Inn Zippo with the initials PCB in red engraved on the reverse are for  Philo C. Blaisdell, the father of George Blaisdell, the creator of the Zippo  lighter. The front has an engraving of the iconic Holiday Inn “Great Sign” that greeted motorists across America. Founded as a U.S. motel chain, it has grown to be one of the world's largest hotel chains

This 1970 Holiday Inn Zippo with the initials PCB in red engraved on the reverse are for Philo C. Blaisdell, the father of George Blaisdell, the creator of the Zippo lighter. The front has an engraving of the iconic Holiday Inn “Great Sign” that greeted motorists across America. Founded as a U.S. motel chain, it has grown to be one of the world's largest hotel chains

 1977 slim Zippo Master Charge The Interbank Card Raytown Bank, Ratown, Missouri. The Interbank Card Association, known as Master Charge, was founded in 1966 for the purpose of sharing the cost of bank credit card processing across many banks

1977 slim Zippo Master Charge The Interbank Card Raytown Bank, Ratown, Missouri. The Interbank Card Association, known as Master Charge, was founded in 1966 for the purpose of sharing the cost of bank credit card processing across many banks

 1973 slim Zippo commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Curtiss Candy Company. The "Baby Ruth" candy bar not named after Babe Ruth, the home run king, but supposedly after President Cleveland’s daughter "baby" Ruth. The "Butterfinger" candy bar was introduced in 1928

1973 slim Zippo commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Curtiss Candy Company. The "Baby Ruth" candy bar not named after Babe Ruth, the home run king, but supposedly after President Cleveland’s daughter "baby" Ruth. The "Butterfinger" candy bar was introduced in 1928

 1977 slim Zippo with McDonalds' Golden Arches

1977 slim Zippo with McDonalds' Golden Arches

 1974 slim Zippo advertising Coffee Rich, a milk and cream alternative

1974 slim Zippo advertising Coffee Rich, a milk and cream alternative

 1974 slim Zippo advertising Wilderness Fruit Filling for pies by Duncan Hines

1974 slim Zippo advertising Wilderness Fruit Filling for pies by Duncan Hines

 1974 Zippo advertising Yellow Cab taxi service, one of the most well known brands worldwide. Yellow cabs were known in Paris and London throughout most of the 1800s.

1974 Zippo advertising Yellow Cab taxi service, one of the most well known brands worldwide. Yellow cabs were known in Paris and London throughout most of the 1800s.

 1975 Zippo for Purina Kitten Chow.  It has the checkerboard logo of Ralston Purina, a leading animal food company started in 1894

1975 Zippo for Purina Kitten Chow.  It has the checkerboard logo of Ralston Purina, a leading animal food company started in 1894

 1974 Zippo for Yellow Pages telephone directories. The name and concept of "yellow pages" came about in 1883, when a printer in Cheyenne, Wyoming, working on a regular telephone directory ran out of white paper and used yellow paper instead. In 1886, Reuben H. Donnelley created the first official Yellow Pages directory

1974 Zippo for Yellow Pages telephone directories. The name and concept of "yellow pages" came about in 1883, when a printer in Cheyenne, Wyoming, working on a regular telephone directory ran out of white paper and used yellow paper instead. In 1886, Reuben H. Donnelley created the first official Yellow Pages directory

 1974 Zippo Piggly Wiggly. Piggly Wiggly is a supermarket chain operating in the Southern and Midwestern regions of the United States. Its first outlet opened in 1916 in Memphis, Tennessee, and is notable for having been the first true self-service grocery store, and the originator of various familiar supermarket features such as checkout stands, individual item price marking and shopping carts

1974 Zippo Piggly Wiggly. Piggly Wiggly is a supermarket chain operating in the Southern and Midwestern regions of the United States. Its first outlet opened in 1916 in Memphis, Tennessee, and is notable for having been the first true self-service grocery store, and the originator of various familiar supermarket features such as checkout stands, individual item price marking and shopping carts

 1975 Zippo advertising Schwinn. The Schwinn Bicycle Company was founded by German-born mechanical engineer Ignaz Schwinn in Chicago in 1895. It became the dominant manufacturer of American bicycles through most of the 20th century

1975 Zippo advertising Schwinn. The Schwinn Bicycle Company was founded by German-born mechanical engineer Ignaz Schwinn in Chicago in 1895. It became the dominant manufacturer of American bicycles through most of the 20th century

 1976 Zippo for Nikon"The Professional's Choice". The Nikon Corporation founded in 1917 as Nippon Kogaku K.K. which became a leading manufacturer of optical lenses and photographic equipment

1976 Zippo for Nikon"The Professional's Choice". The Nikon Corporation founded in 1917 as Nippon Kogaku K.K. which became a leading manufacturer of optical lenses and photographic equipment

 1976 Zippo with a Golden Flake logo.  Golden Flake  Snack Foods, a wholly owned subsidiary of Golden Enterprises, is a producer of potato chips, tortilla chips, corn chips, cheese curls, fried pork skins, and other snack foods in the southern United States

1976 Zippo with a Golden Flake logo. Golden Flake Snack Foods, a wholly owned subsidiary of Golden Enterprises, is a producer of potato chips, tortilla chips, corn chips, cheese curls, fried pork skins, and other snack foods in the southern United States

 1976 Zippo with McDonald's golden arches

1976 Zippo with McDonald's golden arches

 1976 Zippo for Bumble Bee Seafoods.  Based in San Diego, CA it is a company that produces canned tuna, salmon, other seafoods, and chicken  

1976 Zippo for Bumble Bee Seafoods.  Based in San Diego, CA it is a company that produces canned tuna, salmon, other seafoods, and chicken
 

 1978 Zippo with 7-Up logo advertising Mehler Bottling Works, Erie, PA

1978 Zippo with 7-Up logo advertising Mehler Bottling Works, Erie, PA

 1977 Zippo for Lipton, "The Look of The Leader". Lipton is a British brand of tea, owned by the company Unilever. The company is named after its founder Thomas Lipton

1977 Zippo for Lipton, "The Look of The Leader". Lipton is a British brand of tea, owned by the company Unilever. The company is named after its founder Thomas Lipton

 1977 Zippo for Airstream,  Founded in 1931, Airstream is a brand of luxury trailers which are easily recognized by the distinctive shape of their rounded polished aluminum coachwork as depicted in the graphic

1977 Zippo for Airstream,  Founded in 1931, Airstream is a brand of luxury trailers which are easily recognized by the distinctive shape of their rounded polished aluminum coachwork as depicted in the graphic

 1979 Zippo advertising A&W  a chain of fast-food restaurants distinguished by its draft root beer and root beer floats. A&W's origins date back to when Roy W. Allen opened a walk-up root beer stand in Lodi, California, in 1919

1979 Zippo advertising A&W a chain of fast-food restaurants distinguished by its draft root beer and root beer floats. A&W's origins date back to when Roy W. Allen opened a walk-up root beer stand in Lodi, California, in 1919

 1980 Zippo with the logo of Singer the sewing machine company

1980 Zippo with the logo of Singer the sewing machine company

 1977 slim Zippo with an attached badge for Life Savers. First marketed in 1912, Life Savers is a traditional American brand of hard candy. The multi-flavored ring shaped candies are packaged in rolls

1977 slim Zippo with an attached badge for Life Savers. First marketed in 1912, Life Savers is a traditional American brand of hard candy. The multi-flavored ring shaped candies are packaged in rolls

 1980 slim Zippo for Heinz, the famous ketchup brand,  featuring the company's Mr. Aristocrat trade character.

1980 slim Zippo for Heinz, the famous ketchup brand,  featuring the company's Mr. Aristocrat trade character.

 1981 Zippo advertising Crescents black pepper and nuts. Crescent Foods, Inc., was a Seattle, Washington, spice and flavorings company founded in 1883 that was bought by McCormick & Company in 1989

1981 Zippo advertising Crescents black pepper and nuts. Crescent Foods, Inc., was a Seattle, Washington, spice and flavorings company founded in 1883 that was bought by McCormick & Company in 1989

 1981 Zippo with the image of a Campbell Soup can, an image made famous in the art world byAndy Warhol.  The Campbell Soup Company traces its origins back to 1869

1981 Zippo with the image of a Campbell Soup can, an image made famous in the art world byAndy Warhol.  The Campbell Soup Company traces its origins back to 1869

 1981 Zippo with a Canon camera. The origins of Canon date back to the founding of Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory in Japan in 1937. Between 1933 and 1936 'The Kwanon', a copy of the Leica design, Japan's first 35 mm focal-plane-shutter camera, was developed in prototype form

1981 Zippo with a Canon camera. The origins of Canon date back to the founding of Precision Optical Instruments Laboratory in Japan in 1937. Between 1933 and 1936 'The Kwanon', a copy of the Leica design, Japan's first 35 mm focal-plane-shutter camera, was developed in prototype form

 1984 slim Zippo for "Coldwell Banker - A member of Sears Financial Network"  The roots of Coldwell Banker date back to 1906 when Colbert Coldwell, later joined by Benjamin Arthur Banker, established a company committed to commercial real estate to become the dominant commercial real estate company across America.  Coldwell Banker was acquired by Sears in 1981 and sold it to CB Richard Ellis in 1989

1984 slim Zippo for "Coldwell Banker - A member of Sears Financial Network"  The roots of Coldwell Banker date back to 1906 when Colbert Coldwell, later joined by Benjamin Arthur Banker, established a company committed to commercial real estate to become the dominant commercial real estate company across America.  Coldwell Banker was acquired by Sears in 1981 and sold it to CB Richard Ellis in 1989

 1993 Zippo with a Starbucks attached badge.

1993 Zippo with a Starbucks attached badge.

 1991 Zippo advertising Snap-On tools, "...there is a difference". Joseph Johnson together with William Seidemann, formed the Snap-on Wrench Company in 1920. The company manufactured and marketed ten sockets that would "snap on" to five interchangeable handles, a concept that revolutionized the tool industry. 

1991 Zippo advertising Snap-On tools, "...there is a difference". Joseph Johnson together with William Seidemann, formed the Snap-on Wrench Company in 1920. The company manufactured and marketed ten sockets that would "snap on" to five interchangeable handles, a concept that revolutionized the tool industry. 

 1999 Zippo  for Chic-Fil-A with a sad looking cow with a sign "Eat Mor Chikin"

1999 Zippo  for Chic-Fil-A with a sad looking cow with a sign "Eat Mor Chikin"

 1995 Zippo with the iconic Campbell Soup can on both sides by Bonus Marketing Inc., an advertising specialties company

1995 Zippo with the iconic Campbell Soup can on both sides by Bonus Marketing Inc., an advertising specialties company