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Justrite No. 3 Repair Outfit RSide
Justrite No. 3 Repair Outfit Tray
Carbide Accessories Justrite No. 4 Catalogue ca. 1923
Justrite No. 65 Lamp Clip
Justrite No. 75 Match Box
  Justrite Gas and Fuse Sparker.JPG - JUSTRITE NO. 120 LIGHTER - Justrite model No.120 brass gas and fuse lighter, marked JUSTRITE PAT. APPLD. FOR, 4 1/4 in. long and 3/8 in. dia., patent no. 1,151,521 filed Jan. 20, 1913 and awarded to A. L. Hansen for an igniting device on Aug. 24, 1915, ex-Larry Click collection [This early patented igniting device by Augie Hansen was made of brass with a snap sparker at one end and was first offered as a gas and squib lighter in Justrite’s salesman’s catalog printed sometime after Dec. 1913. In Justrite’s form 202 booklet printed sometime after May 14, 1914, it was offered as a gas lighter noting “It’s all brass, high class, and goes in the pocket.” Again in Justrite’s form 204 booklet printed sometime after Feb. 1915 it was advertised as a gas and fuse lighter, noting it was a new idea for lighting fuse – safer than matches – and it never fails. They were sold for 25 cents each and displayed one dozen on a display card with an easel back and hanger. It was last offered by Justrite in Catalog No. 4, printed in 1921, and was no longer available in Catalog No. 5 printed in 1924. It is a very hard item to find.] SEE HANSEN'S PATENT IN THE FOLLOWING PIC.  
Hansen Igniter Patent
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaners
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaner No. 74
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaner No. 37 Open
Justrite Burner Tip Cleaner No. 37 Closed

Justrite Gas and Fuse Sparker | JUSTRITE NO. 120 LIGHTER - Justrite model No.120 brass gas and fuse lighter, marked JUSTRITE PAT. APPLD. FOR, 4 1/4 in. long and 3/8 in. dia., patent no. 1,151,521 filed Jan. 20, 1913 and awarded to A. L. Hansen for an igniting device on Aug. 24, 1915, ex-Larry Click collection [This early patented igniting device by Augie Hansen was made of brass with a snap sparker at one end and was first offered as a gas and squib lighter in Justrite’s salesman’s catalog printed sometime after Dec. 1913. In Justrite’s form 202 booklet printed sometime after May 14, 1914, it was offered as a gas lighter noting “It’s all brass, high class, and goes in the pocket.” Again in Justrite’s form 204 booklet printed sometime after Feb. 1915 it was advertised as a gas and fuse lighter, noting it was a new idea for lighting fuse – safer than matches – and it never fails. They were sold for 25 cents each and displayed one dozen on a display card with an easel back and hanger. It was last offered by Justrite in Catalog No. 4, printed in 1921, and was no longer available in Catalog No. 5 printed in 1924. It is a very hard item to find.] SEE HANSEN'S PATENT IN THE FOLLOWING PIC. Download Original Image
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