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Description

Lot 51

Saturday 05 Jun, 2021 - 10.00am

An Edward VII Silver Octagonal Tobacco Box of "Mid 18th Century" Design, and Two Silver Snuff Boxes, the tobacco box by George Unite, Birmingham 1901, with plain lid and base and reeded sides, with hidden opening catch, 4ins x 2.5ins x 1.125ins high, the lid inscribed "Virginia good within I have. Yet is not free for Every Knave. My master Only I Supply. Let begging fellows go and Buy. Thomas Eubank, Durham 1753.", weight 3.6ozs, the two plain oval snuff boxes, Birmingham 1890 and 1946, each with hidden catches, 3.25ins x 2.375ins and 3ins x 2.5ins, Birmingham 1890, latter two weigh 4.2ozs

Estimate £150 - 200

Plus buyers premium of 24% ยป