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A Victorian silver and leather covered glass presentation hip flask, the bayonet locking ball form top to the glass body, with 'alligator' skin top half and removable silver cup, base presentation engraved. Birmingham 1897 by A. & J. Zimmerman Ltd.

A Victorian silver large hip flask, flattened oval form, removable cup base, domed hinged bayonet, fitted top, presentation engraved. 286gms. Birmingham 1888 by L.G. unascribed. 286gms.

An Edwardian sterling silver and glass saddle flask, 1903 London, with maker's mark for Mappin & Webb, the conical flask with a generously sized removable cup and a hinged cushion shaped top, housed in a quality tan leather case with strapping and billet f

An early 20th century silver hip flask, plain rectangular form, shaped for the hip, bayonet fitted hinged lid. Sheffield 1916 by G. & J.W. Hawksley. 93gms.

A Victorian silver cased salt bottle, the round flask bottle sits inside a hinged and lidded silver case, the exterior embossed with an allegorical scene to either side. London 1856 by Charles & Richard Comyns

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian cut glass hip flask having a silver hinged lid & removeable base with a gilt wash interior. London, 1889, maker Thomas Wheeler. Condition good, two minor chips, minor age related wear. Length 14 cm. Weight 51g

A Victorian sterling silver travelling flask, removable cup and containing a collapsible beaker by Thomas James London 1857, with retailers mark for Briggs 27 Piccadilly the flask 13 cm high, the beaker 7.5 cm high, 605grams total weight

Sterling silver Whisky hip flask. Marked '930 silver' to base. W163g height 15 cm

Sterling silver hip flask with raised floral motifs, stamped 'S.T. Silver' to the base. Height 13.7 cm. Weight 211g

A late-Victorian silver and glass spirit flask, 'Temperance' model; James Dixon, Sheffield 1891

Hip Flask: Sterling silver by Stokes & Ireland Ltd. of Chester, circa 1896, engraved 'Sir T.N.FitzGerald. Melbourne 10.3.00'. Thomas Naghten FitzGerald was the first Australian knighted for medicine & practised in Londsdale Street in Melbourne. FitzGerald

English hallmarked sterling silver, glass & snake skin Victorian flask with etched monogram 'W.O'. Sheffield, 1896, maker Mappin Brothers. Length 15 cm. Weight of case 70g

An Art Nouveau glass and .950 silver Absinthe bottle, late 19th century France, with Minerva 1 standard and maker's mark CV in cartouche, the clear baluster bottle cut to resemble a fine beaten finish with a plain removable flask to the base and a cushion

Hammered silver hip flask, stamped 'Sterling', together with a silver cigar cutter, a profusely engraved silver card holder with interior slip pockets, hallmarked, and two pill boxes, one mounted with a turtle the other in the form of a 'Bon-bon' (5)

English hallmarked sterling silver flask with an internal cork stopper & etched monogram. Some dents. Sheffield, 1912, maker Stewart Dawson & Co Ltd. Length 13 cm weight 223g

A sterling silver & cut crystal hip flask with removable silver gilded cup. London 1891. Height 13.3 cm

A silver hip flask, of lozenge section with decorative all-over machine engraving, the bayonet cover with staple hinge. Presentation engraved. Birmingham 1929 by Henry Matthews. Height 11 cm

A silver hip flask, of lozenge section with all-over machine engraving, the bayonet cover with staple hinge. Birmingham 1948 by Walker & Hall. Height 13.5 cm

Two George V silver brandy flasks together with a silver flask with a glass interior

Sterling silver flask hallmarked Birmingham 1915, 245grams approx, a/f

A Victorian sterling silver cigarette case, two silver match vestas and a small silver hip flask

Sterling silver spirit flask. Marked .950; chased acanthus decoration. Height 19 cm. Weight 252g

Hip flask: sterling silver and leather, Sheffield, early 20th century, 14.5 cm high

A sterling silver hip flask, 1907 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall, of plain shaped cushion form with a domed hinged lid; hallmarked partly to upper body and also to mounts, silver weight 114gr. Height 10.5 cm. Width 10.5 cm

A sterling silver mounted spirit flask with lizard skin cover and presentation inscription for 3rd prize awarded to A.D Prouse 'Scally Wag'. Presented by the offices of East Indies Squadron 1905 sailing club. Sheffield, 1904. Height 13 cm

Good Victorian ladies spirit flask, engraved with grapes and vines. Hallmarked Birmingham 1929. Dent to front. 115 gms

Large sterling silver spirit flask, with detachable base. Hallmarked Sheffield 1922, maker Walker & Hall. 260 gms. Dent to front

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian hip flask engraved 'A.G.C. Trophy for continuous medal winners 1900 - April Sir W. Anstruther, May W.P. Martin, June E.D. Blomfield, July Dr S.H Hughes, August W.C. Goddard, September H. Merewether. Won by E.D B

A Victorian leather mounted silver cased hip flask, with screw top. London 1872. Length 14 cm

A sterling silver mounted spirit flask with lizard skin cover and presentation inscription for 3rd prize awarded to A.D Prouse 'Scally Wag'. Presented by the offices of East Indies Squadron 1905 sailing club. Sheffield, 1904. Height 13 cm

English hallmarked silver and glass flask top of flask in brown leather, bottom is silver cup (167g) hallmarked James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1948, 18 cm

Heavy antique sterling silver hip flask (holds 400 ml) Sheffield 1911

An Edwardian silver spirit flask, rectangular, with sleeve cup; William Neale, Chester 1902. Wt approx 170g

A French glass and gilt absinthe bottle, early 20th century; silver and gold mixed metal marks and lozenge mark of Baudet with deer at base of flask, a baluster shaped bottle with finely etched iris and foliage, the pull off dome cap and flask gilt washed;

A James Dixon & Sons E.P.B.M silver 1/4 pint hip flask with half leather cover

A Charles & George Asprey English sterling silver mounted hip flask, London, 1906, the visible glass with finely faceted shoulders and flask 15.5 cm high

A Victorian silver hip flask, Samuel Roberts & Charles Belk, Birmingham, 1876 of rounded rectangular form, the body with machined decoration centred by an engraved monogram, the lower section with a removable cup, height 18 cm

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