Online-Only Auction, 13 - 27 July 2015

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R 2 342
Lot 368
An Edward VII silver cigar rest, Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1903

Lot Estimate
R 600 - 800
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 2 342

About this Item

An Edward VII silver cigar rest, Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1903


17g, 8,9cm long; another example, probably Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham, 1901, 16g, 9,4cm long; an Elizabeth II silver cigar piercer, P H Vogel & Co, Birmingham, 1955, the engine-turned body with ring attachment, 6,9cm long, 7,2g; and a German stainless steel cigar cutter, Pfeilring, Solingen, the body with engine-turned bands, 5,3cm long

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