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ANTIQUE SILVER CIGAR BOXES

We are pleased to offer a fine range of antique sterling silver Cigar Boxes. All of our antique silver Cigar Boxes can be purchased online, or from our shop in the London Silver Vaults. You can click on the image of one of the Cigar Boxes to see a larger picture.

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b9849: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1905

Hallmarked in Birmingham, in 1905, by A. & J. Zimmerman, this handsome, Edwardian, Antique, Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is plain in style, featuring a domed lid and cedar wood lined interior. The cigar box measures 3.5”(9cm) tall, by 7”(18cm) wide, by 4”(10cm) deep.

£975

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b9256: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1934

Hallmarked in Sheffield, 1934 by Walker & Hall, this time-honoured Sterling Silver Cigar Box has a smooth body with softened corners and a slightly domed lid. The box has a cedar wood lining with a movable divider. This fine cigar box measures 9"(23cm) by 5.5"(14cm), with a depth of 3"(7.5cm).

£1,275

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b9722: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1903

Hallmarked in London, 1903 by Francis Higgins, this classic Edwardian Antique, Sterling Silver Cigar Box has smooth edges, a domed lid, a gilt interior and cedar wood lining, with two removable inserts. The box measures 8"(20cm) by 5.5"(14cm) with a height of 2.5"(6.5cm).

£1,375

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L2990: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1908

Hallmarked in Chester, in 1908, by William Neale & Son Ltd., this handsome, Edwardian, Antique, Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is plain in style, with a curved lid, and a cedar lined interior. The cigar box measures 3.5"(9cm) tall, by 9”(23cm) wide, by 6”(15cm) deep.

£1,575

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j8834: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1906

Hallmarked in London, 1906, this very handsome, antique silver cigar box, is plain in style, and features a removable cigar cutter and cigar lighter, and two sides for cigars. The cigar box measures 4.25 inches (11cm) tall, by 9.5 inches (24cm) wide, by 6.75 inches (17cm) deep, and is wooden lined.

£1,695

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L0704: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1902

Hallmarked in London, 1902 by Mappin & Webb, this fine quality Edwardian Antique, Sterling Silver Cigar Box has a sleek, plain style, with softened edges. It features two roomy, cedar lined sections, and has a wide comfortable handle. This cigar box is 9.5"(24cm) long, 6.5"(16cm) wide and 2.75"(7.5cm) deep.

£2,175

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L3063: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1924

Hallmarked in Birmingham, in 1924, by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, this handsome, George V Sterling Silver Cigar Box, has smooth, softened edges and a hinged swing lid, revealing the double sided, cedar lined interiors. The cigar box measures 6"(15cm) tall, by 9"(22cm) wide by 5.25"(13.5cm) deep.

£2,975

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L1209: Gold Asprey 9ct Gold Cigar Box

Made Circa 1928

Hallmarked in London in 1928 by Asprey & Co. Ltd. This rare 9ct Gold Cigar Box has engine turned decoration and reeded borders. The box is cedar lined and comes in its original presentation box. There is an interesting inscription on the inside lid dedicated to Janine Crispin, perhaps the French movie star of the period who in September 26th 1935, (the date of the inscription), had just completed a film based on a novel by Charles Robert-Dumas. Charles is one of the three signatures to the inscription. The cigar box measures 7"(18cm) wide by 3.5"(9cm) deep by 2.5"(6cm) tall and weighs 425.6 grams.

£9,775

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L0840: Sterling Silver Cigar Box

Hallmarked In 1936

Hallmarked in London in 1936 by Asprey & Co. Ltd., this unique, Art Deco, Sterling Silver Cigar Box, is striking in design, with inlaid gold the lid and sides, light blue and red enamelled detailing, and the handle is modelled as a nine cylinder radial plane engine with a single propeller. The interior is lined in cedar wood. The cigar box measures 3"(7.5") tall, by 9.5”(24cm) wide, by 6”(15.5cm) deep. The date of manufacture, and the choice of colours used in the decoration, suggests a connection to the one of the specialist RAF Command units that were set up during that year. The use of a single propeller engine on the box handle would suggest a connection to Fighter Command, which found fame during the Second World War and the Battle Of Britain.

£11,975

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