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STERLING SILVER CARD CASES

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b7279: Sterling Silver Card Cases

Hallmarked In 1904

Hallmarked in Birmingham in 1904 by Adie & Lovekin, this Antique, Edwardian, Sterling Silver Card Case is very pretty opening like a purse and engraved on both sides with swirling leafy scrolls. The card case is quite small in size being 3.15 inches (8cm) wide, 1.6 inches (4cm) tall, 0.25 inches (0.7cm) deep and weighs 1.1 troy oz (35gm).

£375

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b9472: Sterling Silver Card Case

Hallmarked In 1892

Hallmarked in Birmingham, 1892 by Hilliard & Thomason, this pleasing little Antique Victorian, Sterling Silver Card Case has a lovely shaped form and pretty floral and leaf aesthetic engraving with a blank cartouche on one side. The card case has a hinged lid. This card case measures 3.5"(9cm) long and 2"(5cm) wide, with a weight of 1.11 troy ounces.

£375

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j5363: Sterling Silver Card Case

Hallmarked In 1910

Hallmarked in Birmingham, 1910 by Finnigans Ltd, this striking, Antique, Sterling Silver Card Case is also a compact, featuring an internal mirror, and is plain in style. The card case measures 4.25 inches (10.5cm) tall, by 3 inches (7.5cm) wide.

£425

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b6678: Sterling Silver Card Cases

Hallmarked In 1898

Hallmarked in Birmingham, in 1898 by George Loveridge, this Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Card Case is quite large in size and decorated on both sides with swirling scrolls. The card case is 4 inches (10.5cm) high, 3 inches (7.5cm) wide, 0.5 inches (1.5cm) deep and weighs 2.8 troy oz (90gm).

£425

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e6071b: Sterling Silver Card Case

Hallmarked In 1844

This lovely, antique Sterling Silver card case, measures 10cm tall by 7cm wide, and features a high relief chased scene of The Scott Memorial on the front, and scroll work on the reverse. The card case was hallmarked in Birmingham in 1844, by N. Mills and weighs 2.5 ozt.

£1,975

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