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|A patent vesta case with chained wick-holder and patent closure by H.W.Dee, London 1872 initialled FJ and inscribed AC and also stamped 'JENNER & KNEWSTUB, 33 ST JAMES'S ST & 66 JERMYN ST' and elsewhere 'PATENT CLASP'.
|A heavy cased engine-turned cardcase with vacant cartouches by Joseph Willmore, Birmingham 1840.
|A cigar-case with leather lining by Edward Smith, Birmingham 1856.
|A very large bright-cut patch box, Birmingham 1798 by Joseph Taylor, crested with a wolf's head.
|A small match-striker with cigar cutter and pricker London, 1862 by Benjamin Barling (retailed by Carlin of 189 Regent Street) crested with a running horse.
|A filigree counter box with enamel jack of clubs on green ground in lid unmarked circa 1790.
|A patch box with embossed image of Queen Anne, London circa 1720 by TK.
:A small match-striker/ladies snuff by John Harris, London, 1853 engraved with ACP
Charles Frederick Ashley Cooper Ponsonby (1815-1896) succeeded as 2nd Baron De Mauley in 1855.
|A small engraved box of unusual constructions with two hinged lids, Birmingham 1870 by D&M (unidentified), inscribed in one of the half-lids, 'Alderman Heape J.P. Rochdale' (more information available on request).
|A patch box, the lid engraved with chequer board design, Birmingham 1814 by Cocks and Betteridge.
|A circular patchbox with chequerwork decoration by Joseph Taylor, Birmingham 1805 fully marked in both base and lid.
|"A cast circular patchbox with German style engine-turned decoration circa 1750, with workman's mark in base
and 2 minute and illegible import marks on base and lid, initialled AH."
|A small box of gothic design, London 1873 by Archibald John Douglas.
|A small match-striker box decorated in the Aesthetic manner by John Hayes Taylor, Chester 1883.
|A brightcut patchbox by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham 1806.
|A brightcut patchbox by Cocks and Betteridge, Birmingham 1802.
|An engraved circular box entirely in the Dutch manner by Hilliard and Thomasson, Birmingham 1869 engraved '22 June 1869'.
|A 2-part German egg, geometrically engraved unmarked, circa 1740, probably German.
|A plain vesta case with swivel closure and suspensory ring by JHT, Birmingham 1880.
|A circular snuff or large patch box with tortoise-shell lid and base, both concave in shape, unmarked circa 1780, initialled SA.
|An Old Sheffield Plate patchbox with aventurine lid and engraved mother-of-pearl base engraved in Chinese style, circa 1760.
|A rounded rectangular vesta-case, plain but with shaped octagonal cartouches by William H. Sparrow, Birmingham 1909 .
|A reeded bodkin case by Samuel Pemberton, Birmingham circa 1790.
|A very small metal patchbox decorated with Prince-of-Wales feathers and, on the reverse, stamped 'Prince of Wales's Box', mid-19th century.