The most expensive Dunhill lighter sold in the world is the 1975 Dunhill London edition, made from 18ct gold. Retailing for $56,000, this lighter would have been equivalent to three new Bentleys in 1975. This lighter is listed in the 1987 Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s most expensive table lighter.
Rollagas butane lighter
The Rollagas butane lighter is one of Dunhill’s most famous lighters. It was first introduced in 1953 but did not appear in Dunhill catalogs until 1956. This model has a flip-flop arm and an Art Deco design that combines old-world charm with modern technology. The Rollagas lighter was the culmination of Dunhill’s efforts to improve the petrol lighter. Rollagas lighters were the first to be sold with butane fuel. The design has been updated several times and is probably the most recognisable.
The Old Boy is one of Dunhill’s best-selling models. Its design is reminiscent of the classic Dunhill lighter, but it is made of solid brass. The angled flame makes it easy to light cigars or pipes. It is also very comfortable to hold and lightweight. The Old Boy is also known to be reliable. The brand’s logo appears on the lighter.
Another prestigious brand of lighters is Alfred Dunhill. The company is British-based and known for creating high-end products. The brand’s products are known for quality craftsmanship and innovative designs. The Charleston Collection Giant table lighter by Alfred Dunhill features a clock, which is based on the original Dunhill lighter. The lighter is made of solid brass and is plated in gold and silver. It costs around $2800.
Apex gold edition lighter
This Apex gold edition Dunhill lighter features a dual-toned 18K outer jacket and is in great working condition. The lighter does have some small marks, but overall is in very good condition. It also comes with its original box and all its paperwork. A unique collector’s item, the Apex gold light is sure to be a hit with the collector in your life.
The Apex lighter is known for its rugged utility and stylish designs. Elvis Presley, the rock and roll pioneer, had a penchant for Dunhill lighters. To celebrate this, the company is releasing an Elvis Presley edition of the Apex lighter, made of 18 carat yellow gold. Its shape is based on the slim Rollalite model from the 1950s. The lighter is expected to retail for about $13,000 USD.
Dunhill has been the leading luxury lighter manufacturer for over a century. The company has continued to produce high quality lighters for smokers. The company has also made lighters since the early 1920s, when the Unique lighter was introduced. This lighter was designed in such a way that it could be operated with one hand and didn’t require any refills. Dunhill also developed the first butane-powered lighter, which made it possible to smoke without refilling the lighter.
London 1975 edition lighter
The Dunhill London 1975 edition lighter is the most expensive table lighter ever created. Made of 18ct gold, the lighter is worth nearly $56,000! That’s enough to buy three new Bentleys. In 1975, the lighter held the Guinness World Record for the most expensive table lighter. The lighter is still listed in the Guinness Book of World Records today!
This lighter features a unique, traditional design and blend of tobacco. The tobacco is slightly Latakia-forward with noticeable Orientals. The smoke is rich and complex with a faint mint aftertaste. It is a good choice for a casual or semi-professional cigarette smoker.
The design of the lighters originally leaned towards a more minimalist style. However, in 1947, the company decided to change things. In addition to featuring iconic Paris landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and the L’Opera, the brand added logos and other details. Some businesses commissioned models featuring their logos.
A unique Dunhill lighter is a classic and valuable collector’s item. Its classic design combines craftsmanship and innovation in a statement piece. The company also produces lighters with innovative features, such as a jet flame, and offers several finishes. Each one is designed in Switzerland using solid brass and a unique finish. Among them is the ET Diamond lighter, which has an engine-turned diamond pattern on the sides and palladium-plated trim.
The unique lighter was first produced in the 1950s and was a popular item in the James Bond movies. It was one of the first lighters to use butane gas. Famous actors and actresses have used this model. Its design is both comfortable and durable. This unique lighter is also available in Barley and Vertical Lines textures.
Dunhill Lighters were designed to be easy to use and are the first one handed lighters. The unique design allows you to hold it in one hand and light it with your other. In addition to lighters, Dunhill created a variety of smoking accessories. Their Unique Lighter has a rich history and is considered a classic among collectors.