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Working 1955 Pepsi Cola Bottle Shaped Lighter

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This is a working pocket lighter in the shape of an old soda pop bottle. The Pepsi-Cola advertising cigarette lighter was manufactured in 1955 in Algonac, Michigan in the United States by Kem for Pepsi-Cola Company (now PepsiCo). In late 1940s and 1950s the Kem Co. was a famous manufacturer of advertising lighters in shape of bottles and cans made both of metal or plastic. This model is plastic. The two halves pull apart to show the simple wick and wheel type lighter made of brass (see pictures 4 and 5). On the front of the bottle the label SPARKLING Pepsi-Cola is painted. On the other side the slogan: The Light Refreshment is placed.

This is an uncommon lighter.

This lighter is being sold in gently used condition. As you can see from the pictures it does have some minor scratches and scuffs. The label is still vibrant and intact. The bottle does not have any dings. The wick of the lighter looks like white like it has never been used. The previous owner took exceptional care of it.

This lighter has a brand new flint, it sparks great, it just needs to be filled with fluid.

This would make a wonderful addition to your collection, as a display piece or as a unique gift

Working 1955 Pepsi Cola Bottle Shaped Lighter

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Metal, Plastic, Brass, paint, wick, Flint, Spring, Screws, cotton, wheel, fuel reserve, fluid, cap
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 325 reviews