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Hearing Aid Batteries

Eveready 1035 Hearing Aid "A" Battery

This Eveready No. 1035 was a 1˝ volt hearing aid "A" battery. It was used in some hearing aids in the 1930s and 1940s. The example was made in 1945.

It weighed 1.2 oz., and measured 1⅞" high by 1" in diameter.

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Front view of an older version of the Eveready 1035 battery showing a different design.


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Side view of the Eveready 1035 battery showing the use before date of Nov. 1945.


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Opposite side view of the Eveready 1035 battery.


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Top view of the Eveready 1035 battery.


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Top view of the older version of the Eveready 1035 battery.


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Bottom view of the Eveready 1035 battery.


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Back view of the older version of the Eveready 1035 battery.


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The Eveready 1035 batteries came in a box of 12. Front of the shipping box.


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Top view of the shipping box showing the "use by" date of Nov. 1945.


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Rear view of the shipping box of the Eveready 1035 batteries. Back in the mid 1940s, Eveready was owned by the National Carbon  Co. Inc.


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Inside the shipping box. Six of the original 12 batteries still remain.

 


 

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