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A German papier-mache snuff box. Late 18th / early 19th century, probably by Johann Heinrich Stobwasser. Height 2.5 cm. Width 8.5 cm. Depth 4.5 cm

Early 19th century snuff box, with marks stamped inside lid and base, 7.3 cm wide

Early 19th century papier mache snuff box. Painted scene of an interior to lid. Lid inscribed underneath ' S[amuel] Raven Pinx. Patronised by HRH Duke of Sussex & Prince Leopold.' label to base for Law, Foulsham & Cole. Diameter 9.5 cm

George III snuff box heavy gauge. John Linnit & William Atkinson c.1810, approx 125g & 8 cm long

Scottish Georgian snuff box engraved with hunting scene. Gilt inside c.1833. Approx 105g & 7.5 cm long, 5 cm wide

A gilt metal and mother-of-pearl snuff box with hinged cover, Continental, 18th century; approx. 6 cm diameter

Novelty lady's boot snuff box, 'Puzzle' lid. Novelty lady's boot snuff box, 'Puzzle' lid, sycamore (?), probably Scotland 1890s. (length 11 cm).

two 19th century snuff boxes, brass/tin lined. (2) one engraved 'H.W.', the second 'William Burpdret 1867' probably English.

Six French snuff boxes, one with a Brittany figure design (6)

19th century fruitwood snuff box, carved in form of a lion

As above circular snuff box painted with Cleopatra holding asp with bare breast, unmarked

Early 19th century Brunswick lacquer snuff box by Stobwasser painted with young lady lounging in her underclothes entitled 'The Desire' and numbered 1148

A Georgian Prescot bass combination lock snuff box ( key =11/3/7)

A snuff box. Maker: Thomas Radcliffe. London, 1831. 116gm

A rare George III bird feather and painted ornithological snuff box and cover, English, circa 1800, approx. 6 cm diameter

Two early 19th century European fruitwood snuff boxes covers painted with young women

18th century figured snuff box with note 'Snuff Box of Oak From the Wreck of the Royal George, Made By An Artilleryman. The Figures Represent Burns' Tam O'Shanter & Souter Johnny. in 1782 while undergoing repairs at Portsmouth the Royal George went down an

A gilt metal and tortoiseshell snuff box, French, 18th century. 4 cm high, 7.8 cm wide

A black papier-m√Ęche and painted snuff box, 19th century, the lid painted with the ship Minotaur, 1867, 2.5 cm high, 6.5 cm long and 2.75 cm deep

Antique Georgian rosewood and brass mounted oval form snuff box

An engraved brass hand. 20 cm long, together with a brass snuff box. 10 cm long

A Continental porcelain snuff box, chantilly-style, lozenge shaped tapered box with hinged lid elegantly decorated in the 18th century Kakiemon manner with exotic birds amongst foliage, with blue, red and green predominant, red Chantilly mark underside. He

Snuff box, tortoiseshell and pique lid, die stamped base (1755-75)