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It has the original 3 barrel hinge and has a shorter case, compared to the 46-47 model. # 2032695 as in 52- early 53, but has the newer insert with Pat # 2517191, & the Pat. There are examples of Town and Country themes, such as the Sailboat (Sloop) that are true T&Cs and there are others with the same theme that use the Etch & Paint process.(completely different) Etch & Paint was a way to produce these very popular designs in a way that could be both mass produced, and more economical. A real T&C has the entire area deeply etched out of the lighters face by machine, then (one of many) airbrush artists would hand paint each one layer by layer until the painted area becomes almost level with the lighters original surface.
These early models were handed out to salesman, to promote the all new Town & Country series lighters. Every one slightly different due to many artists painting the same design.
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Zippos had a flat bottom until 1946 when the bottoms were indented.
Starting in 1958 Zippo used date codes (there were prior date codes, but no one seems clear on exactly what they were).
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While the information for dating a Zippo is widely available, it isn't that handy to find it all in a single location.Each one was different due to multiple artists doing the work.These early lighters are extremely rare in mint condition.It was made during the change-over period, where ZIPPO was still using up old stock of nickel silver.The lid of this lighter is still made from Nickel silver, but the case is made from brass. The true Town and Country lighters can be identified by the process of paint that is applied to the lighter.