1911 - Sampson Mordan - Rare Solid Silver Cigarette & Card Case Combo - 112.5 Gr


1911 - Sampson Mordan - Rare Solid Silver Cigarette & Card Case Combo - 112.5 Gr

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1911 - Sampson Mordan - Rare Solid Silver Cigarette & Card Case Combo - 112.5 Gr:
$170




1911 - SAMPSON MORDAN - SOLID SILVER CIGARETTE & CARD CASE COMBO - 112.5 grams
















Description

Anexquisite & rarecombination cigarette & cardcasewith vesta/matchsafe striker made in 1911 by the renowned silversmithSampson Mordan of Regent Street, London.

This case is invery goodconditionfor 102 years old with a sumptuous gilded inner. Clear Sampson Mordan &Chester 1911Hallmarks.

Good quality silver cigarette case with integralcardholder and match striker, a super quality item from Sampson Mordan.

One handed push button sprung lid opening

Not just thin gold washed. When opened it looks like Gold Bullion Very goodcondition with & pocketwearto the outer gilding £10 note for display only Verygood for102 yrs of age. 90mm X 68mm X 12mm A very heavy 112.5grams Please see pictures to see quality. MARKS SEEN ARE SHADOWS FROM MY WINDOWS





1911 - Sampson Mordan - Rare Solid Silver Cigarette & Card Case Combo - 112.5 Gr:
$170

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