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Delta Electric Company. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1961) Delta Lanterns. Powerlite. The all-time favorite! Starfire. Rotary switch operates powerful spot beam and flashing red light. Astrolite. Flashing red light pivots on arm. Only Delta has sixteen beautiful electric lanterns - each with advantages for different uses. Flashing Powertop (1958) Red Flash. Bright Spot. Flashing red top stops em 1/2 mile away. Front spotlite shoots an 800 ft. beam. Compact. Sturdy. 6-volt battery. Power-King Electric Lantern (1959) Powerful! 1/4 mile beam - 15,000 beam candle power. Compact, easy to carry, built to last! Uses two 6-volt batteries. Powerlite Lantern (1944) This well-known 2-lite electric lantern is making new friends on fighting fronts everywhere. Some of these days it will be back, ready to go along on fishing and hunting trips. Also shown: Roadliter bicycle headlight. The Delta Electric Company was an American electronics manufacturer formed in 1913 in Marion, Indiana (after moving from Chicago, Illinois) that produced lanterns, flashlights, automotive and bicycle lighting, battery tubes, horns, horn buttons, light switches, other battery-powered electrical parts, and bilge pumps. Delta was purchased in 1965 by the Novo Industrial Corporation. Halle Industries Inc. had acquired Delta in 1977, and on March 31, 1978, shut down production of Delta Electric due to losing contracts for their smoke detector alarms to Japanese imports. Enjoy these vintage ads for Delta Electric Company while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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