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Working Extremely RARE Working 1935 Ronson Smart Set Cigarette Case and Lighter

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This is a beautiful working Ronson Smart Set cigarette case and lighter made in Newark, New Jersey in 1935. This ligher is Extremely Rare it can be found on page 76 of the Urban K. Cummings book "Wick Lighters 1913-2000".

It has a wonderful art deco design, with shiny chrome and black and rare cream enamel on the front and the back.The engraving plate on the front has been engraved with the initials "G L C". The inside is a two toned silver color and that has 2 spring loaded metal plates to hold the cigarettes in place. Both springs are strong and working great. This case is designed to hold filterless cigarettes.

It measures approximately 2 1/4" wide x 4 1/4" tall x 5/8" thickest point.

This case lighter is being sold in used condition. As you can see from the pictures it does show signs of its age. It has scuffs and scratches from use. On the back you can see three stains or spots where the lighter has been discolored.

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

A wonderful addition to your collection or as gift.

"There's nothing like a Ronson!" They are built dependable to give you years of faithful lights

Working Extremely RARE Working 1935 Ronson Smart Set Cigarette Case and Lighter


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: Metal, Steel, Chrome, Flint, Wheel, Wick, Springs, Screws, Enamel, Fitment, Plates, Snuffer Cap, Fluid
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Favorited by: 21 people