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Of traditional form, the rectangular box shape enclosing a glass ink bottle. The closure ensures a seal between the bottle neck and the cork preventing leakage. A push button closure and a secondary hinged hook to secure the lid for transit. The whole covered in grained green leather and in excellent condition.
Wood appears to be a light fruit wood. Length 23cm. Naively carved with detail of toes and toe nails, ideal for trinkets - is there a Podiatrist out there in need of a desk tidy ?
A simple photograph frame created out of brass wire, adorned with sprigs of foliage. 2.5" diameter and complete with glass, the photograph is of two 'Tommies', typical of wartime memorabilia keepsakes. A single foot allows the frame to stand upright.
Of 4 finger style, the telescopic black leather 2-piece case fully closed would accept 5" cigars. The leather itself in excellent condition with all fine stitching intact and no signs of wear or use.
Commissioned by Cigar Aficionado Magazine in its presentation case and with Zippo guarantee document. The lighter itself being a double jet insert, particularly suitable for cigar lighting. The item in excellent condition with minimal use and in good working order.
The glass folding into the protective cover revealing a suspension loop ideal for a neck cord/chain. Glass diameter 2cm with a useful level of magnification.
With cloth peak (Firemen had polished peaks), in exceptional condition and bearing standard NFS cap badge. Completely intact showing little sign of wear. Size approx. six and three quarters. Worn by Sub-Officers.
All in good condition with sitting diameters of 15cm, 8.5cm and 8cm. Sold as a lot. (3)
Reflecting the skill and attention to detail of the miniaturist. Hand scripted in ink on paper and measuring 2.5cm x 2cm and contained in a modern protective glazed frame.
A Carl Zeiss Tessar 2.8/50 camera lens, an Eos light meter in leather case and a Prazisa rangefinder in original box. All three items in good condition and working order. Sold as a lot. (3)
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