Rare Silver Vesta Combination Cigar Cutter Tinder Box Toothpick London 1851

by Louis Wine

Rare Silver combination Vesta case, Cigar Cutter Tinder box and Toothpick, London 1851, by Benjamin Barling (retailed by Beynon and Stocken 10 Gracechurch Street), the body engine turned, the cutter action works with closing the cover and has separate tinder box, the toothpick or cigar piercer is a pull out at the concealed lower cornice, initialled possibly TS. Measures: 2.50 x 1.25 inches. Item Weight: 38.77 grams. Fully hallmarked and engraved Beynon and Stocken 10 Gracechurch Street in interior cover.

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Rare Silver combination Vesta case, Cigar Cutter Tinder box and Toothpick, London 1851, by Benjamin Barling (retailed by Beynon and Stocken 10 Gracechurch Street), the body engine turned, the cutter action works with closing the cover and has separate tinder box, the toothpick or cigar piercer is a pull out at the concealed lower cornice, initialled possibly TS. Measures: 2.50 x 1.25 inches. Item Weight: 38.77 grams. Fully hallmarked and engraved Beynon and Stocken 10 Gracechurch Street in interior cover.

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