I rarely propose a lighter so unusual and full of history that it is practically halfway between the toy and the accessory for smoker. “Gesetzlich Geschtzt”, abbreviated “Ges. Gesh”, is the acronym engraved on the lighter widely used in the time of Nazi Germany to include a whole range of objects ranging from the hat for German officer, to the rocking horse for children. It is an aluminum lighter, with a plate and gasoline, weighing 101.1 grams, measuring 64x57x29 millimeters.
ACCENDINO FROM TAVOLO GES GESCH YEARS ’30 3
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