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Description

Lot 87

Tuesday 08 Oct, 2013 - 10.00am

A Victorian silver rectangular card case of shaped outline, the body engraved with leaves, shells and with geometric banding, 4ins x 2.75ins, by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1852 (slightly dented), an 18th Century Continental silvery metal rectangular snuff box, the angled lid engraved with pastoral scene, 3ins x 2ins x 1in high, an Edward VII silver oval tobacco box, 3.5ins x 3ins, Birmingham 1907, two Continental silvery metal boxes (gross weighable silver 10ozs), and a Victoria Jubilee commemorative medallion, with red leather case for same

Estimate £250 - 350 Sold for £460

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป