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A large sterling silver table cigar box, plain design, cedar lining, the hinged cover with presentation engraving 'To Hugh Ward from Nellie Melba, 1914', Hardy Brothers, Birmingham, 1912. 21 x 12.5 x 5 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver George V Smoking box set as three graduated cases, a match holder with internal striker, cigarette case & cigar case, having a plain rectangular body with rounded corners, a hinged lid with an applied thumb-piece, a p

Sterling silver cigar case, hallmarked Birmingham 1914 (F H Adams Ltd), 13.1 cm long, 108 grams

Antique Victorian military presentation cigar or cheroot case, with hinge flip top lid in sterling silver, engraving to body marked Sampson Mordan, London 1885, approx 141g,11 cm long

Antique amber and gold cheroot holder in case marked 375, Birmingham, AF&Co

An impressive mahogany and brass bound cigar box, 12 cm high, 26 cm wide, 18 cm deep

An English sterling silver hallmarked cigar box, 20 x 15 x 6 cm, Wt. 1.03kg

A tortoiseshell cigar case, Birmingham 1921. The rectangular case with applied gold monogram. 9ct yellow gold. Length 16 cm. Width 9 cm.

A Portugese silver cigar box, 20th century, incised to the top with a view of the Jeronimos Monastery, by Tifulo, 4 cm high, 15 cm wide, 10 cm deep

Iranian silver cigar box, c. 1970, of square shape, the lid with shaped central panel embossed with Persian figures feasting, the sides decorated with flowers and animals, raised on four feet, hallmarked, approx. Weight 1404 grams height 6 cm width 22.2 cm

A Danish 830 silver, Art Deco style cigar box mid 1930's, with cedar lined interior stamped with Danish silver assay marks height 3.5 cm, width 13.5 cm, depth 9.8 cm

Russian silver cigar case, with engraving dated 1941, 13.5 cm x 8.3 cm, 197 grams approx, tested 925/1000 purity

English hallmarked sterling silver George V cigar case having machine work linial detail, with a central medallion cartouche monogrammed 'Cl' & with a gilt wash interior. Birmingham, 1912, maker Charles S green & Co Ltd. Condition: good to

Sterling silver cigar box having a stepped pedestal body, a hinged lid & burr walnut lined interior. Stamped '925 Sterling' to the base. Condition two dents, wear to the interior. Dimensions 11 x 11 x 4 cm

A George V silver cigar box, maker: Henry Clifford Davis, Birmingham, 1916.

A George V silver cigar box, maker: Walker & Hall, Sheffield 1924. Bearing the McPherson monogram, with engraving 'From J.A.H. 1926', 16 cm long.

A rare cigar box in the form of a coal carriage, English 19th century, signed: RD250537, 17 cm high, 34 cm wide, 16 cm deep

A Continental silver Cheroot case, late 19th to early 20th century, possibly Dutch, for cigars, the straight-sided elliptical container with a fitted lid decorated with an applied vine leaf and shield medallion to both sides and a vegetal lozenge to the li

Large sterling silver cigar box plain oblong shape with burr walnut interior, 23.5 cm width

An Aesthetics cigar box with Juan Cueto label and Rd mark in camphor wood, with gilded Royal crest embellished armorial and ebonised stringing and mounts opening to brass handled drawers, paper label and Rd mark, 24 width x 18 depth x 24 cm height

A George V silver cigar case, oblong shape with rounded corners, engraved with linial designs and multiple fleur-de-lis surrounding a foliate scroll cartouche with monogram. Birmingham 1911 by Williams Ltd. 145gms. 12.5 x 8 cm

Good sterling silver cigar case hallmarked Birmingham 1899, 188grams approx, with decorative scroll work and engraving to front

A rare cigar box in the form of a coal carriage, English 19th century, signed: RD250537, 17 cm high, 34 cm wide, 16 cm deep

A sterling silver cigar box, London 1902 by Mappin & Webb, of plain rectangular form with Sw monogrammed plaque on one corner, shaped clasp above key hole, the interior with gilded cover and cedar lined sectional compartments, together with cutters, ap

George V hallmarked sterling silver cigar box & cigarette case. Box, Birm 1919, makers mark rubbed. Dedication engraved to lid dated 1921. Wood lined interior. Plus cigerette case, Birm 1922, monogrammed, height 6 cm width 18 cm depth 15 cm weight 855g

Sterling silver cigar box, hallmarked Birmingham 1924 (Charles Edwin Turner), 20.5 cm wide, 875 grams approx (total)

An English gilt-lined silver-plate cigar case, c.1909 J. Gloster Ltd

English hallmarked sterling silver Stuart Devlin cigar box lined in rosewood with organic design. London, 1969, maker Stuart Devlin. Condition good, some tarnishing. Dimensions 10 x 7 x 4 cm

A Victorian ivory and Sheffield plated cigar box, mid 19th century. 14 cm high

A Mexican silver cigar box stamped to base. 20 x 14 x 4 cm

An antique English arts and crafts oak cigar box with copper mounts, approx 10 cm high, 27 cm wide, 16 cm deep

A Danish 830 silver, Art Deco style cigar box, mid 1930's, with cedar lined interior stamped with Danish silver assay marks. Height 3.5 cm; width 13.5 cm; Depth 9.8 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver Elizabeth II cigar box with two timber internal two section compartment in the Art Deco shape, inscribed 'S.G. 13th, May, 1960' on four feet. Birmingham, 1952, maker Hardy Brothers condition good, minor dents. Length 17 c

A late Victorian sterling silver cigar box, circa 1894 London, with maker's mark for William Comyns, of pleasing plain form with a cushion profile monogrammed lid, timber lined and partitioned; hallmarked to the body and lid, total weight 988gr. Height 6.5