Note the jeweled lighter (below center): An nearly identical lighter with pearls and colored stones was also produced and marked as "Sam fink, Inc. Japan"). This lighter has a mirror behind the cut out metal design and was produced in India.
Some of these were of anodized aluminum to produce more colorful lighters. c. mid-late 1950s The Panagra lighter is an advertising lighter for the Panagra DC-8 airplane which it had just put into service. Panagra refers to Pan American Grace Airways which provided pioneering passenger and freight services in South America and was the first US airline to operate over such great distances. Panagra began in September 1928 and was purchased by Braniff in 1966.
'Camera' style Flashlight Lighter. c. 1959. Uses 2 "N" cells - still made by Energizer and available on Amazon.com. Identical bulbs are difficult (and may not be possible) to replace, but satisfactory replacements can be obtained through Radio Shack.
Made for and marked on the bottom as a Playboy lighter with no other manufacturer identification. Unusual flint adjustment and re-flint assembly in that it uses a thumbscrew inside the cap to move the flint holder and spring in and out of the tube, Extremely nice butane lighter that works and holds up well. DCL-00I-S