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Marlboro Cigarette Pocket Tin


Marlboro Vertical Pocket Cigarette Case, measuring 3/3/4 " x 2 1/4" x 1" is by Phillip Morris Co. the tin is in excellent condition win very few minor scratches , no dings , and great color.   
        $50.00

          

Vintage Lucky Strike Tin


4 1/2" x 2 5/8 red and green. R.A. Patterson Tobacco Co. Lucky Strike Cut Plug Fragrant & Delicious. Very good for its age.   
        $55.00

          

Granger Pipe Tobacco


8270 Granger Pipe Tobacco humidor tin. Really great accessory. 5.75 inch high; 4.75 inch diameter. $75   
        $75.00

          

J. L. HARLEM Pat. 1864 POCKET TIN


A classic personal item of the Civil War soldier, these little oval tin boxes with the hinged cover were a popular item for the safekeeping of every sort of personal treasure. Most commonly seen in the Parker’s Pat. 1861 variety this is the seldom seen J. L. Harlem Patent 1864 example. Remaining in excellent original condition measuring 3 1/8" X 2 1/6" with nice legible patent date and maker markings, this example will be especially appealing to the period tin collector. A nice item appropriate to the display of tobacco, stamps or sewing items and such as were commonly carried by the Civil War soldier.    
        $125.00

          

collection of NIGGERHAIR/BIGGERHAIR tins


3 tobacco containers representing the complete issue of Niggerhair/Biggerhair containersConsists of;A. yellow Niggerhair tin with bail and lid in used complete conditionB. brown Niggerhair tin with bail [no lid] in used conditionC. brown Biggerhair cardboard container with lid [never had bail] in fine used conditioneach are 6 3/4inch ht X 5 1/2inch diaThese tins represent many hours and miles of searching for the previous owner and will be offered only as a lot so if you want to split them up, please shop elsewhere.Shipping costs will be quoted after purchase and are weight based to the destination zip code. I do combine multiple items into a single shipment to save on shipping costs. Please feel free to email me if you would like a quote of the exact charges prior to ordering and be sure to include your zip code.   
        $1800.00

          

Sierra Columbia TV Planter/Lamp


A unique and rare Sierra-Columbia vintage 1950s TV Planter/Lamp. All pieces are in very good condition with no visible cracks or chips, and has the original working electrical cord. Base: filigree gold metal w/ceramic inner dish/planters. Shade: gold metal w/fiberglass. At TV Lamps.net this lamp was reviewed and rated at 4**** in VALUE and RARITY - "I love this lamp! Sierra-Columbia made a number of these planter/lamps with figures, but this one with the Polynesian/Hawaiian theme is my favorite."(link to ratings article: http://www.sierra-columbia_lamps.htmlA bit of Sierra-Columbia History: Sierra-Columbia has a history that is unique in all of ceramics. Located on Fair Oaks Ave. in Pasadena, California, Sierra-Columbia was established around 1950 by Filmore C. Levy, who had previously been in the business of scissors manufacture. Mr. Levy determined that ceramics would be a more profitable enterprise, and the factory was converted to the production of various pottery items. A clever use of tin scraps leftover from scissors production was implemented, resulting in the metal bases for planters and TV lamps. Once the nature of their manufacture is understood, a scissors-shaped decoration can be clearly seen on many of their products, done in such a way as to completely disguise their origin. Sierra-Columbia also sold lazy susans and numerous ashtrays, often embossed with advertising for Lucky Strike and other tobacco companies. In 1957-58 a kiln explosion resulted an all-consuming fire that put an end to the company after less than a decade of production. Levy later manufactured pottery under the name Mark-Charles, but this company was active only briefly, perhaps a couple of years.  Filmore Levy passed away in 1962.  Many thanks must go to to Mark J. Levy for sharing the background of his fathers company.   
        $350.00

          

Tintype of Two Armed Westerners


2 1/4 x 3 5/8, tintype only. Full standing view of a pair of men both wearing hats, leather boots with their pants tucked inside of them, and both are armed with holstered pistols on their belt. The man at the left has a rather small gun, but the taller dude at right has on a gun belt, with 3 bullets visible, and a large revolver. He is also smoking a pipe. Circa post Civil War period. Nice content.   
        $375.00

          

ST. NICKS PIPE 1993 93-330-0 Czech Republic Christopher Radko IR


ORNAMENTS St. Nicks Pipe 93-330-0 //op$5 red pipe & green shamrocks. Sure n begorra, HO HO HO /Made In Czechoslovakia-Czech Republic/TAG YES, Box no. Lots more oldies/retired ones on This Site, or well find them for you. Blessed Holidays.   
        $75.00

          

Italian Savinelli Smoking Pipe


This unusual pipe comes with the original pipe box and is in great shape. The pipe including the stem is 10-3/8" long and is marked "Made In Italy By Savinelli". I use USPS for shipping either flat rate or calculated whichever is less expensive and I will combine. Overseas shipping will be determined at the time of purchase. I accept paypal, USPS money orders only or personal checks. However, with checks I will not ship until checks clear the bank. All other shipping is same or next day possible. Insurance is the buyers responsibility and if a person chooses not to insure I cannot be responsible for the item after it leaves my possession. Thanks for looking and have a Blessed Day!   
        $75.00

          

Old Man Briar Smoking Pipe


This fine looking pipe acutely resembles Wild Bill Hickcock otherwise known as Buffalo Bill, however, he may be just an old man. It is marked Briar Israel and is just one of many more pipes to come. It is in very good condition. I use USPS for shipping either flat rate or calculated whichever is less expensive and I will combine. Overseas shipping will be determined at the time of purchase. I accept paypal, USPS money orders only or personal checks. However, with checks I will not ship until checks clear the bank. All other shipping is same or next day possible. Insurance is the buyers responsibility and if a person chooses not to insure I cannot be responsible for the item after it leaves my possession. Thanks for looking and have a Blessed Day!    
        $85.00

          


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