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

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    Posted 9 years ago

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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, 8 years ago
      Do you know for sure what the WZ stands for?
    5. kerry10456 kerry10456, 8 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, 8 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

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