Vintage Bond Flashlights
The Franco brand flashlight was original created by the Interstate Electric Novelty Co. Because of the popular name, the company was eventually called Franco. Franco was later changed to Yale, and then to Bond due to various company ownerships.
The 1948 Bond flashlight dealer catalog gallery is ready to view.
If you're a fan of the Bond flashlights, you'll want to check out the Show & Tell section to see the longest Bond flashlight ever made.
All you need to do now is move your mouse pointer over a Bond flashlight to view an enlarged photo and a short description on each Bond flashlight.
1955 Bond Chrome Light with Red Button Switch
Red Safety Guard Head - Bullet End - C Cell
(6 1/2 inches long) value $15-$20
1950's Bond with Red Button Switch
Red Safety Guard Head - Ring Hanger - D Cell
(7 inches long) value $20-25
Bell System Made By Bond Electric Corp.
With belt clip (6 1/4 inches long) $20
1932 Bond Vulcanite Body with Fold Out Side Stand
(6 1/2 inches long) value $25-35
1929 Bond Burgundy Vulcanite Focusing Flashlight
Bulbous Lens with Ring Hanger
Nickel Plated Ends value $30-$35
1929 Bond Burgundy Vulcanite Flashlight
Flat Lens w/No Ring Hanger
(Nickel Plated Ends value $20-$25
Vintage Bond Flashlight (15 Inches Long)
Black Metal Body 5 D Cell
1924 Bond 3 Cell Ribbed Miners Light with Slide Switch
3" Lens with Ring Hanger (9 3/4 Inches Long)
Donated by Larry Aims
1924 Bond Right Angle Switchless Flashlight
(7 1/2 Inches Long) value $40-$50
1940's Glow in The Dark Bond Flashlight
(7 1/4 Inches Long) value $30