Collection: Vintage Brass Lighters, Victory, Cyclone, Trench.

Vintage brass lighters such as the Victory, Cyclone, and Trench lighters were commonly used by soldiers and civilians during the early 20th century, particularly during World War I and World War II.

The 1945 Victory lighter was a popular choice among soldiers at the end of  World War II. It was made of brass and had a lid that opened to reveal a wick and a flint. The lighter was small and portable, making it easy to carry in a soldier's pocket or kit bag. The design was simple but effective, and the lighter was reliable in all conditions.

The Cyclone lighter was also popular among soldiers during World War II. It was similar in design to the Victory lighter but had a more ornate brass casing. The lighter was designed to be windproof, making it a practical choice for soldiers in the field.

The Trench lighter was a type of lighter that was specifically designed for use in the trenches during World War I. The lighter was made of brass and was designed to be used with one hand.