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The notched were used from WWII until about 1964 when the regular tag was adopted.

All tags are based on 5 lines of information with a maximum of 17 characters / spaces per line.

This exciting Zippo® lighter collection begins with Issue One, 1936 Model EL Knucklehead, followed by Issue Two, 1903 Serial Number One.

Soon, your collection will continue with Issue Three, a custom glass-covered display case, yours for the same low price as a single issue.

For religious preference, the tags were marked C (Catholic), P (Protestant), H (Hebrew) or left blank for no preference.