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A South Australian, sterling silver and ruby, tobacco box by J.M. Wendt, circa 1910 the top encrusted with engraved and ruby set monogram stamped: WENDT with lion and Crown mark diameter 8 cm, weight: 94gms

Hallmarked sterling Britannia tobacco jar. Lidded mahogany canister with engraved metal label 'Made from timber taken from hallmarked sterling Britannia.' metal lined interior.

Antique silver tobacco box with gold shield, marked Birmingham, HM, 1909, approx 74g

A World War I sterling silver Squeeze action tobacco, box, hallmarked Birmingham 1918, engraved lid: 'Crest of Royal Engineers, 185th (Tunn), Coy. R.E. France, 1915-16-17-18, 25th Dec. 1918'

Sterling silver tobacco box stamped sterling, engraved C.V.E June 1934 to top

Vintage oak mounted or table top tobacco cabinet, with 2 drawers and 2 drawers,a lift top set upon a wall mounted stand,two Imari mixing bowls and a tobacco cannister, 35 cm x 25.5 cm x 18 cm approx

18th century Dutch copper & brass tobacco box. Extensively engraved & inscribed, with Biblical scenes to top & base. Central section depicts 'De 12 apostele [n].. Van Kristus,' the 12 apostles of Christ. Scenes to top & base are embellished with a gilt was

Fine antique 18th century early Dutch tobacco box, cantered top, hand engraved with gospel scenes stamped for Amsterdam L.B approx, 204g. 13.5 cm long

A Magnus Goldring, Edwin Harrop sterling silver engine-turned tobacco box 158g

An Australian silver tobacco box, oval, with sprung cover; engraved Frank B. Jones, facsimile engraved under; W.J.Sanders. Width 8.2 cm

A Victorian sterling silver tobacco box. Maker A & JZ Birmingham 1897

A Gordon Holdsworth (1885-1965) Arts & Crafts, 11th Battalion AIF, lidded tobacco jar, c.1914 - 1919, active Bridgetown, with hammered gumnuts and gum leaves decoration around upper jar rim the lid of the jar has an enamelled 11th Battalion AIF colour plaq

A large English carved fruitwood tobacco box, mid 19th century, naturalistically modelled as a head of a boxer dog with glass eyes and a leather collar, 20.5 cm high, 18 cm wide

Oak carved wall mounted tobacco cabinet with two doors and drawers and a lift top set upon a wall mounted stand and two Imari pattern mixing bowls and tobacco canister, with a key. Dimensions of cabinet - 35 x 25.5 x 18 cm

A German 19th century bronzed alloy tobacco jar, with deep mouldings after the Rhinemaidens and an acorn and leaf moulded cover

A Continental silver tobacco box, maker's mark indistinct, 19th century, of a rounded bucket shape with a hinged lid and a gilded interior, 138grs total weight of silver, 5.5 cm high

Stone tobacco jar made from part of the structure of the Houses Of Parliament damaged by enemy air raids on 10th May 1941, with certificate, 22 cm high

An Edwardian tobacco set enclosing pipes stands and mixing ball. Maker John Jillis presented in 1931. Height 33cm longength 35 cm Depth 33 cm.

A Dutch brass tobacco box, and a Palais opaque glass dressing table box, French, 19th century

An inscribed brass and copper tobacco box, Dutch 18/19th century

A Royal Doulton lidded tobacco jar, brown glazed circular pottery jar with relief monk pattern. Sterling silver rim and lid. Height 14.5 cm. Diameter 10.5 cm

Doulton Lambeth stoneware blue glaze tobacco jar with applied decoration. Impressed mark and 1881 to base.

Three drawer smoking cabinet, cigars, pipes and tobacco C.1910

Australian sterling silver tobacco box by W.J. Saunders

Australian sterling silver tobacco box by W.J. Saunders

An 18th century Dutch Brass Tobacco Box, rounded rectangular, moulded with mottos in Dutch and a scene depicting couples dancing Width: 16. 5 cm

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