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Fierce Tiger Brand Squirrel Model Windproof Lighter Made in WZ-1029

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    Posted 10 years ago

    fredosqui
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    I just need to know when & where this item was made. I received it as a gift & don't have a clue of it's origin whatsoever. If you recognize it & would like to share some information, I'll greatly appreciate it! :)

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    1. Patti, 9 years ago
      I have one of these also, but it is not discolored.
      Would love to know about it as well
    2. Macros Capmos, 9 years ago
      I have one of these too but mine has more corrosion on the bottom, would like to know how valuable it is.
    3. Kelly, 9 years ago
      I also have one of these. To my knowledge, manufactured in the Western Zone of Germany soon after WWII ended? or was this a product of Western Russia?? Very rare collectable.
    4. Joseph santiago, 9 years ago
      Do you know for sure what the WZ stands for?
    5. kerry10456 kerry10456, 9 years ago
      Well i'm pretty sure they didn't have butane lighters until the mid 50's , but this lighter might suprise me, probably not but maybe.
    6. Sw33tp3a47, 9 years ago
      I also have 1 of these lighters and am looking to find out any information on this lighter. If anyone knows where I could search or anything that might help me please leave a comment and I will reply. I greatly appreciate any help or advise you may have that could help me. Thank You Sincerely, Cheryl
    7. Txinatar, 3 months ago
      Me he encontrado con este artículo buscando información sobre dos mini mecheros de gasolina marca Squirrel y que tienen como logo el dibujo de una ardilla.
      ¿Podrías poner mas fotos. el sistema de encendido por ejemplo?.
      No encuentro nada sobre WZ. ¿Será West Zone? preliminar a West Germany? Lo que si he encontrado son muestras tambien WZ que pasan a ser marca TIGER del mismo corte pero Piezoelectricos.
    8. Txinatar, 3 months ago
      Me ha traducido automáticamente lo de la marca, que está en Ingles
      "S.Q.U.I.R.R.E. L" lo pongo con puntos intermedios para ver si no me lo traduce, sino está claro ¿No?

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