Four Antique Brass Tobacco Boxes and a Brass and Steel Tobacco Cutter, probably England and/or Continental, late 18th to early 19th century, a silver and brass pocket-watch-form tobacco box with dial lock mechanism with moving brass arrows and sun and moon devices, a shoe-form snuff box with hinged lid, an oblong tobacco box with pipe, match, and tobacco compartments with floral and foliate engraved and monogrammed exterior, a rectangular box with chamfered corners with compartments for tobacco and matches; and a tobacco cutter with peacock-form spring-activated brass handle with engine-turned decoration, and a steel blade, (imperfections), dia. 1 1/4 to 5 1/2 in.
Pocet-form tobacco case-good condition- combination unknown; engraved oblong tobacco box- one section of one of the small lids is loose. All the other items in very good condition, Note for the rectangular tobacco box with chamfered corners: the tobacco compartment can only be opened when the smaller match compartment is open.
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