Tobacco Collectibles

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Erickson Console Bowl with a large Controlled Bubble Ball in the center. All made from one piece of glass. The Bowl is 12" in diameter and the Ball is 4" in diameter. This one is also listed as a Pipe Bowl. The Ball used to knock out the tobacco.   


Dunhill Lighter, Swiss Made.

Slim Dunhill gas lighter - made in Switzerland. This item is being sold on consignment - Iím told it is silver, but I canít find any hallmarks or any reference site to verify this. It has a thumb-flick top (with lovely black & silver checkerboard design inside the top). Measures 74 mm high, 20 mm wide and 12 mm deep (2.7/8 inches by 3/4 inch by 1/2 inch). Excellent condition with just one small mark on the case, but currently has no flint.   


Merscham carved horses cheroot holder/pipe

nicely carved pair of horses in original box w/amber stem, no damage, shows wear from use, 19th cent.   


Sterling Silver Cigarette Box, 1936.

Classic English sterling silver cigarette box - engine turned engraving on lid, with Art Deco style corner detailing. Edge with engraving of scrolls. Front initials: T. G. P. Hallmarked for Birmingham 1936.The inside is wood lined. Makerís mark: C & G & Co.Measures 4 cm high, and 16 cm by 11 cm (1.1/2 inches high, and 6.1/4 inches by 4.1/2 inches). Very good condition overall, with some minor small dents to the surface.   


Pig Stein Musterschutz #7

What a wonderful stein! White beady eyed pig sitting on his haunches smoking a pipe showing his tusks. .05 liters. Schierholz c.1900, stamp on bottom Musterschutz #7. This piggy made a real pig of himself at the local tavern fell over in a drunken stupor and cracked his head. He was rushed to the hospital and a brilliant surgeon repaired his head. I am happy to tell you he has permanently laid off the sauce!   


Honey Moon Run-Flavored Tobacco Vertical Pocket Tin

Honey Moon Rum-Flavored Tobacco Vertical Pocket Tin with the 10 Cent label is the more rare version of this tin. This tin has a picture of a man in a white suit sitting in a crescent moon smoking a pipe. The paint is excellent with bright, crisp color. There are no dents or dings. There is no rust. The inside is in good condition. The photo shows some dark spots on the lid which are pieces of the tax stamp and seal. This tin is in near-mint condition.    


Art Deco ceiling light by Moe Bro. Mfg

large impressive white milk glass shade is 6inch dia opening X 9inch dia greatest dia X 5inch dia tip dia X 16inch ht, held in original signed Moe Bro Mfg, Milwaukee, WI, brass and cast alum. fitter, 2 cracks in brass canopy, [canopy can easily be removed ang replaced with a chain or pipe suspention for high ceilings] These large shades complete with fittings are quite scarce today.   


American 19th Century Tobacco Cutter.

Cast iron tobacco cutter - 19th century American, with the figure of a man thumbing his nose and riding on the handle of the cutter. No makerís name. Measurements: 32 cm by 7.5 cm closed, and 65 cm long when opened (12.1/2 inches by 3 inches closed, and 25.1/2 inches fully open). Condition is very good - it has one replacement screw. Quite heavy - bear this in mind for postage quotes!   



Well colored and molded 11" high Toby known as "The Squire". Other than a missing pipe and possible restoration to the hat he is in excellent condition ca. 1830.   


Rare Imhof & Mukle Orchestrion Music Machine

Rare turn-of-the-century Imhof & Mukle Orchestrion music machine in perfect working condition. Using a wooden barrel (10 extras included) and over 100 pipes these machines played music of the day as well as classics and operas. They were used in music halls, private homes, and houses of entertainment for men back in the 19th C. It plays soft beautiful music of flutes, clarinets and violins. Imhof and Mukle was established in Germany in 1845 and was a major builder of large automaticorchestras (orchestrions). They moved to London in about 1895 where this incredible machine wasmade. Originally running on heavy weights hanging from the back of the machine (like a grandfather clock) this was converted to electricity for easy use. Can be converted back to crank anytime. This is one of the larger machines of which few survived and even fewer made it across the long ocean voyage. This orchestrion has a variety of pipes simulating flutes, violins and clarinets. It also has a drum in the back which can be turned off at will. You are guaranteed a WOW when your guests push a button to hear a full orchestra in this fantastic victorian cabinet.   


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