Vintage Eveready Battery Ads published today! (1942) Date-Line Eveready Battery. (1936) Eveready Batteries. (1976) Eveready Batteries for Devices. (1948) Eveready Brand Batteries. (1947) Eveready Brand Battery. (1938) Eveready Date-Line Batteries. (1937) Eveready Date-Line Battery. (1936) Eveready Extra Long Life Battery. (1936) Eveready Flashlight Batteries. (1949) Eveready Hearing-Aid Batteries. (1949) Eveready Longer Life Batteries. (1938) Eveready Long-Life Batteries. (1940) Eveready Long-Life Battery. (1947) Eveready Mini-Max Batteries. (1945) Eveready Mini-Max Battery. (1946) Eveready Mini-Max Hearing-Aid Battery. (1947) Eveready Mini-Max Radio Batteries. (1939) Eveready No. 950 Batteries. (1939) Eveready No. 950 Battery. (1927) Eveready Radio B Batteries. (1927) Eveready Radio B Battery. (1921) Eveready Storage Batteries. (1921) Eveready Storage Battery. (1946) Fresh Dated Eveready Batteries. (1945) Fresh Dated Eveready Battery. (1941) Fresh Eveready Batteries. (1941) Fresh Eveready Battery. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Auto-Lite Batteries Ads published today! Auto-Lite Batteries for Clippers 1942 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Burgess Batteries Ads published today! (1959) Burgess Batteries. Leakproof. Chrome protected. Radar Bearcat Lantern. Radar-Lamp. Radar-Lite sealed beam spotlight. (1959) Burgess Flashlight Batteries. Leakproof, sealed-in-steel, chrome protected. Radar-Lite, powerful sealed beam spotlight and emergency red flasher. Radar-Lamp. Radar Bearcat, rugged, focusing lantern. Division of Servel, Inc. The Burgess Battery Company was founded by Charles F. Burgess in 1917 at a plant in Madison, Wisconsin, and later moved to Freeport, Illinois. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Eveready Batteries Ads published today! (1976) Eveready Batteries for Devices. Dependable power wherever you go depends on choosing the right battery for the right job. We give you our Good... Better... Best choice of "Eveready" batteries for most of the devices you're likely to take with you. So you'll have reliable performance when you need it - and at the right price. Union Carbide. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Bond Batteries Ads published today! (1944) Bond Mono-Cell Flashlight Battery. No. 102. Size D. Super-Service. Tonight, at flashlight time, millions of civilians will think of the convenient, brilliant light of Bond flashlights and batteries. And, knowing the urgent need of these dependable products for vitally needed service in war plants, will thoughtfully resolve to use their Bond lights sparingly... until, once again, they can buy all the Bond flashlights and batteries they need. Bond Electric Corporation. Division of Western Cartridge Company. (1947) Bond Fixt-Focus Flashlight. Solid Brass and Copper Flashlights. Fool-Proof Protection from Dusk to Dawn. Division of Olin Industries, Inc. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Winchester Batteries Ads published today! (1949) Hi-Power Flashlight Battery. New No. 1511 battery lasts almost twice as long. Reason: Olin electronic research has stepped up its light-making chemicals. Our self-service display at your favorite store offers you fresh Winchester batteries and a wide assortment of Winchester solid-drawn brass or copper flashlights. Choose from the many types that are ideal for your car and home. (1943) Unit Cell Batteries. "Bright Spots in History". Because of war restrictions, Winchester flashlights today are no longer available for civilian use. Winchester batteries, too, are critically limited through curtailment of manufacture and the demands of war with resulting priorities. (1940) Winchester Repeating Arms Company, Division of Western Cartridge Co. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Delco Batteries Ads published today! (1956) Delco Dry Charge Battery. This quality-built battery is stored bone dry! That's so none of its let-me-at-it power can waste away before you buy it. When your dealer adds fluid, it jumps to life with the freshest power it's possible to produce. You get all the power - all the value - you pay for! (1955) Extra-Duty Batteries. Guaranteed 4-years-freshest power you can buy! (1974) Madeline Samarzes. "I'm on the road so much... a woman driving alone... I would never, never buy any other battery but a Delco. (1958) Delco Tractor Batteries. Foresighted farmers buy a pair - one for the tractor and one for a spare. (1975) Delco Batteries Carl Weil. "It's important to have a vehicle run for us... our Delco Battery has been reliable and started in good weather or bad." More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Autolite Batteries Ads published today! (1957) Auto-Lite Sta-Ful Car Battery. Dry Charged. Fresh when you buy! Needs water only 3 times a year in normal car use. Backed up by 2,000,000 miles of testing. (1968) Autolite High Performance Battery. This is the battery we designed to meet the greater power demands of today's new cars. This is the Autolite Unifill. It's up to 20% more powerful than any battery we ever made. (1955) Auto-Lite Sta-Ful Tractor Battery. Built especially for rugged duty... lasts longer, too! (1962) Autolite Battery Equipped Cars. Every 1963 Ford - Falcon, Fairlane, Galaxie, Thunderbird or Truck; Mercury - Comet, Meteor, Monterey; Lincoln Continental is now equipped with an Auto-Lite Battery. Auto-Lite manufactures over 400 products, including Spark PLugs, Batteries, Wire and Cable, and Automotive ElectricalSystems... sold throughout the United States and Canada. The origins of Autolite can be traced to 1911, when Electric Autolite was founded. The company produced a generator to power early day auto lamps or buggy lamps. In 1927, Electric Autolite acquired the Prest-O-Lite Battery Company from The Union Carbide Corporation which produced automotive batteries. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Mallory Batteries Ads published today! (1956) Mercury Radio Batteries. Transistor Radio Battery. Give amazing convenience and satisfaction from miniature personal products such as transistor radio sets and easily concealed hearing aids. (1962) New Mallory Batteries. Last up to 10 times longer. They're the chemically different batteries you've been hearing about... Mercury batteries for your transistor radio; Manganese batteries for cameras and flashlights. (1962) Manganese Batteries. And Mercury Batteries, with new chemical principal, give you up to 10 times longer life; more than 2 years storage life without power loss. (1945) Mallory Tropical Dry Batteries. Originally developed by Mallory for the United States Army Signal Corps. P. R. Mallory & Co. Inc. The company was founded in 1916 by Philip Rogers Mallory, and initially manufactured tungsten wire for lamp filaments. In 1942 inventor Samuel Ruben with Mallory developed a practical balanced form of mercury battery which was used for portable electronic equipment during the Second World War. In the 1950s the company had developed a powerful alkaline AAA cell for use in a Kodak camera flash, but the Kodak company required Mallory to license the design to competitors to ensure availability in the consumer market. The company registered its "Duracell" trademark in 1964 and began rebranding under the new name and with the intent of marketing directly to consumers instead of industrial and military customers. In 1978 the company was purchased by Dart Industries and renamed Duracell after its alkaline battery brand introduced in 1964. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
New Battery Ads published today! Atlas Heavy Duty Battery, Bright Star Flashlight Batteries, Burgess Batteries, Duracell Ultra Batteries, Exide Silver Ultra Start Battery, Mallory Manganese Batteries, Mallory Mercury Radio Batteries, Ray-O-Vac Flashlight Batteries and Willard Battery. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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