Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Cigar Boxes and Cigarette Cases
A very smart and completely plain pebble shaped silver tobacco box, internally guilt and with a spring loaded lid which is popped open by gently squeezing the ends of the box in the palm of one hand. In very good original condition. (1922).
A very handsome large rectangular silver cigar or trinket box with a hinged engine turned and floral border lid and cedar wood lined. The engine turned pattern body has an empty plain cartouche and stands on four curved bracket feet. (1964).
A very good quality Mappin & Webb silver table cigar or trinket box in an Art Deco style with a hinged solid lid engine turned and scroll border with an empty window for engraving. Plain rectangular body with angled corners and feet. (1935).
A very good quality rectangular Adie Brothers silver cigar or cigarette box with a hinged crested solid lid, cedar wood lined and gilt inside. In very good original condition without inscriptions. (1932).
A very impressive large Edwardian completely plain rectangular silver Goldsmiths & Silversmiths table cigar or cigarette box with a plain domed hinged lid and cedar wood interior. In very good original condition without inscriptions. (1903).
A very good quality rectangular Edwardian cedar lined completely plain silver cigar cigarette box internally gilt with a domed plain hinged solid lid and thumb piece. Without inscriptions. In very good original condition. (1902).
An impressive large completely plain antique silver William Comyns Edwardian cedar lined cigar box with a hinged solid domed lid and central thumb piece and without any inscriptions. (1904).
A very handsome Elkington & Co rectangular silver pocket cigar case with a very unusual engine turned pattern on both sides of the sprung cover and with a central thumb push button. Internally gilt with the inscription - From His Old Colleagues 1923. In very good original condition. (1922).
A large antique Victorian rectangular silver table top cigar or cigarette box with a hinged chased scroll design lid and an initialled oval cartouche. The body has curved chased fluting and has its original cedar lining. (1893).