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My Husky collection Part 1: lighters #733616
Sun Aug 04 2019 05:35 PM
Sun Aug 04 2019 05:35 PM
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Eatonville, WA
speeder3 Offline OP
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I thought I would post some photos of Husky Oil items that I have in my collection. Most of the items came from my grandfather (paternal) who worked for Husky from 1954 to 1970. It seems silly to have this stuff and not share it with others, so I hope you enjoy the photos.

This first post shows various lighters that my grandfather received over the years. The oldest one is a Kay-Cee brand and has the phrase "Travel The Husky Route" on the back side. The others are Zippo brand. The Jim Walker distributor lighter was an eBay purchase (my maternal grandparents lived in Kalispell).

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Re: My Husky collection Part 1: lighters [Re: speeder3] #733617
Sun Aug 04 2019 05:39 PM
Sun Aug 04 2019 05:39 PM
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Eatonville, WA
speeder3 Offline OP
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A couple more lighters. The first one is similar to other Zippos that I have with the dog and "HUSKY" logo, but it was gold inlay instead of the usual blue and red coloring. The last lighter shown is also a Zippo, but this one is 14k gold plated and has the company logo in relief applied to the front. Engraved on the back is my grandfather's signature.

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Re: My Husky collection Part 1: lighters [Re: speeder3] #733619
Sun Aug 04 2019 05:51 PM
Sun Aug 04 2019 05:51 PM
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Plano TX
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Very nice collection. Having a family history associated with them is very cool. Thank you for sharing!


Regards, Jim

I collect gas pump salt and pepper shakers
and the plastic coin banks both made by AVSCO.

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