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19th century French snuff box and cover, of oval form, set with tortoise shell cover and base, engraved with basket of flowers accented in gilt, with silver surrounds, length 7 cm

Edwardian sterling silver snuff box and cover, hallmarked, Birmingham, 1906, a & LL, with shaped cover, with engraved acanthus motifs and gilt interior, total weight 22gm, 5 cm x 4 cm

Antique sterling silver snuff box for Hardy Bros Sydney, marked Birmingham, HB, 1912-13, 80g & 8 cm long

A collection of three boxes comprising a sterling silver topped glass box, London 1856, a snuff box by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1898 and a Japanese brass musical compact, the largest 9 x 6 x 3.5 cm

A George III silver snuff box by John Shaw, Birmingham 1809, bright cut with the name Henry Cardwell Jnr, the cover with inset Queen Anne gold guinea 1713

An Austro-Hungarian silver niello oval snuff box, 19th century, 8 cm wide

Victorian sterling silver snuff box, hallmarked Birmingham 1874, maker: Robert Thornton, 113g, 5.5 cm x 8 cm, 2 cm high

A sterling silver rectangular snuff box. Made by Mappin & Webb, London, 4 cm high, 9 cm wide, 7 cm deep

A George IV Scottish silver snuff box. Canted rectangular form with inverted lobed sides, the exterior with engraved floral and foliate scroll decoration and internal steel rasp. Joseph Wilmore, Birmingham 1826

Sterling silver snuff box with hinged lid, hallmarked Chester 1902, makers Wn, approx. 190gr

19th century French silver novelty snuff box, in the form of a baby in crib, length 5 cm

English hallmarked sterling silver cherub snuff box in rectangular shape, with raised curlicues & cherubic scenes, Birmingham, 1978, maker William H. Manton, 4.2 x 2 x 2.5 cm

19th century silver snuff box, with bright cut lid, tested as silver, 6 cm wide, 26 grams

George V sterling silver snuff container, hallmarked 1910, maker SPV. Face has pierced surface with embossed scene of woman dancer &, musical group in town square, diameter 4.5 cm. Wt.10g

A hallmarked sterling silver snuff box, guilloche case with applied engraved plate, gilt interior, 80 x 50 x 20mm, hallmarked Birmingham 1845, possibly Edward Smith, wt. 108.4g.

A George IV silver heavy snuff box, rectangular form, cast floral border, fine machine engraving showing some wear, most gilt interior remains. Birmingham 1827 by Nathaniel Mills. 98gms. Length 7 cm

An Edwardian fancy silver hinged-lid snuff box, long rectangular form, the lid with landscape scene including dancing figures, the sides scroll and floral embossed. Chester 1905 by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes. Length 8.9 cm

A Continental silver framed snuff box with tortoiseshell panels. 7.5 x 4.5 cm

A French silver gilt cartouche shaped snuff box, Paris, circa 1735, the hinged cover chased with figures in a stream within rococo scrolls, similar figures of children to the reverse, illegible maker's mark, charge and discharge marks, 6.5 x 4.8 x 2 cm

Cigarette & snuff box. Gold water gilt 800 silver, two compartment box, chased decoration in part, set with blue enamel & malachite, main lid decorated with oleograph, painted in the 16th century style of the three scholars, cased, width 9 cm

Early 19th century snuff box ornate shaped fine mottled agate with silver mounts

George III sterling silver gilt snuff box shaped rectangular with bands of fruiting grapevine, London 1814

Victorian sterling silver snuff box shaped rectangular, scroll engraved, Birmingham 1852

A sterling silver snuff box, rectangular form with rounded edges and concave lid. Reeded pattern, central silver plaque to lid engraved 'Wt to his mother'. Hallmarked Birmingham: 1813, maker: W Lea & Co.

An antique sterling silver snuff box, rectangular form, with chased decoration and engraved griffin motif to central panel on the lid. Hallmarked: Birmingham 1814. Maker: John Shaw.

A Georgian sterling silver snuff box, of square form with rounded edges ribbed design. Engraved initials to lid. Gilded interior. Hallmarked: Birmingham 1811. Maker: J. P. 6 cm x 4.2 cm x 1.9 cm.

An antique sterling silver snuff box, of rectangular form. Engine turned decoration top and bottom. Applied carved floral and scroll border to the lid. Gilt interior. Hallmarked: Birmingham 1908. Maker: L.E.

An antique sterling silver snuff box, of rectangular form with engine turned decoration, with central panel to the lid engraved with the initials 'T.B'. Gilded interior. Applied grape and vine style thumb piece. Inside lid with presentation engravi

A sterling silver snuff box, of rectangular form. Engine turned finish with geometric pattern to the border and gilded interior. Scrolled lip thumb piece. Hallmarked: Birmingham 1971, maker S. J. R.

An antique sterling silver snuff box, of rectangular form. Engine turned finish with engraved name to lid. Applied scroll thumbpiece and gilded interior. Hallmarked: Birmingham 1838. Maker: Thomas Spicer. 6.5 cm x 3.8 cm x 1.5 cm.

A sterling silver snuff box, of rectangular form. Engine turned decoration with engraved initial 'E.B'. Applied scroll and floral thumb piece. Gilded interior. Hallmarked: Birmingham 1951. Maker: D. Brothers.

Ornate Dutch silver snuff box, purity 833/1000, W5.5 cm approx

Art Deco sterling silver, tobacco or table snuff box, with hand engraved line patterns to the body, marked SCK makers mark only, approx 129g, approx 4 cm high, 13 cm wide, 4 cm long

A Georgian sterling silver snuff box 1821 Birmingham, by John Lawrence & Co with concealed hinge and engine turned decoration, height: 1.4 cm, width 7 cm depth 4.2 cm

An early Victorian silver snuff box, shaped rectangular outline with horizontal wavy engine turned bands, monogrammed cartouche, foliate scroll thumb-piece; Nathaniel Mills, Birmingham, 1845. Weight 91.4g.

George IV small sterling silver snuff box marked Birmingham, SP, 1820. Approx 4 cm long

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