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Cigar and Cigarette Lighters186 of 246Playboy Lighter w/Case and Insrtuction Sheetcigaret lighter
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Posted 3 years ago

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This lighter was given to me in the mid 80's. It has never been used. It was made in Japan.

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  1. olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thanks Officiacalfuel
  2. olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thanks Pwsest1944
  3. olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thanks Mammi
  4. rehabman1963 rehabman1963, 3 years ago
    Beingin W-S NC. This brings thing back. Remember the days of the tractors pulling the sled down the road to the tobacco barns. Then the cured leaf in bundles on trailers making their way to sell. Just do not see any more.
  5. olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thanks rehabman1963, for your comment. I dont know anything about tobacco barns. first tobacco field i ever saw i had to ask what kind of plant is that.
  6. nascaronmain.com, 3 years ago
    I konw a little about tobacco. Back in my first lifetime WHEN I WAS child we made money helping my uncle on the farm. You would get up before daylight go take out the cured barn store it in the packhouse. By this time it was daylight go eat and start all over again. In the fall you would take it off the sticks and and tie it. That is about 5 leaves and one tied around them. Carry it to market and I think he received around 75 cents a pound. We would work about all summer and get around $150.00 after he sold the corp. But back in the late 50's that was a TON to us. I WOULD NOT HAVE TRADED THAT FOR ANYTHINIG. It learned you what you didn't want to be later in life. THE MORE YOU LEARN THE MORE YOU EARN. It is so short from the lack of rain this year it should be over 6 ft. tall. It is around 3 ft. tall and ready to crop. I heard a farmer at a little store in the country say it will take 10 acres to put in just one barn this year. It will be a lean winter for them this year.
  7. nascaronmain.com, 3 years ago
    rehabman1963, You must be younger then I. We used white mules an beleive me they where watered and fead before you we to eat dinner. If one of them was sick my uncle woudn't know how he would farm that week.
  8. olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thanks chipperfan and nascaronmain .com
  9. laserTechnova, 3 years ago
    Now that is a nice lighter
  10. olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thank you LaserTechnova,
  11. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thanks chevy59
  12. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thank youKerry1046
  13. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thank you Nascaronmain. com
  14. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thank you rehabman 1963
  15. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thank you Mammi
  16. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thanks Officiafuel
  17. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 3 years ago
    Thank youPwsest1944
  18. kerry10456 kerry10456, 3 years ago
    Just found a full pack of these, iowa tax stamp, will have to try to date the stamp then post the cigarettes
  19. olegaclockman47 olegaclockman47, 2 years ago
    well ive been slacking on this one. thank you tttomtucker leighannm hedgewalker vanskyock24
  20. kerry10456 kerry10456, 2 years ago
    That's okay I've been slaking for years, or it might be like the Ozark Mountain Daredevil's lyrics........ "I'm just a good ole boy, that's learned to wait".
    It's a great piece you've got here, and something that's neat, is I showed this post to my son-in-law when this came out and last Sunday, He showed up with one and gave it to the wife. It's not as nice as yours, but if you hadn't posted yours, We wouldn't have it now.

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