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Wood (L-W Book Sales, 1994) The Dunhill Petrol Lighter A Unique Story - Davide Blei, Luciano Bottoni (Dunhill, 2004) Alfred Dunhill inherited his father’s business, leather goods, saddle-bags and later various products for first car’s owners - bobbyfinders glasses or wind-shielded pipe are the examples of his original ideas.He opened his first shop on London Duke Street when he was 35.The ROLLAGAS is still being produced in these days, the design is the same as of 1938 ROLLALITE.
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Soon Dunhill used other motifs such as an aviary and hunting scenes.
With the advent of butane lighters, Dunhill quickly capitalized on this new system with their line of Rollagas lighters which continue even today.
First Dunhill striker lighter named EDNITE appeared in 1914.
Alfred Dunhill improved the patent of Greenwood & Wise from 1919 and in 1924 the UNIQUE lighter was introduced.Item No: 270308 An Art Deco silver plated Dunhill Giant table lighter. If you would like information about similar items please contact us on 01342 824980 or use the enquiry by email link below. 737418 H 10.5cm English, circa 1930 Sorry, this item has been sold.The Unique with horizontal flint tube can be operated in one hand and was produced in four (A, B, C, D) sizes, “A” was the smallest.The prototype made of mustard dose can still be seen in Dunhill’s Museum.Another famous Dunhill’s lighter the ROLLALITE was patented by La Nationale in 1938.