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FS12: Two Day Fine Art Sale

18ct Gold Edward Smith Presentation Snuff Box

Auction Lot FS12/185

An 18ct gold presentation snuff box, inscribed 'The Cumberland Coal Association ...', Maker Edward Smith, Birmingham 1862, 177 gms.

18ct Gold Edward Smith Presentation Snuff Box (FS12/185) offered in our Two Day Fine Art Sale starting on 19th October 2011 at our salerooms in Exeter, Devon.

Lot Description

An 18ct gold presentation snuff box, inscribed 'The Cumberland Coal Association ...', Maker Edward Smith, Birmingham 1862, 177 gms.

Price Realised

£4,500

Department

Works of Art & Clocks

Fine Art Category

Objet de Vertu

Sale Information

FS12: Two Day Fine Art Sale
Wednesday, 19th October 2011
Okehampton Street, Exeter

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Martin McIlroyMartin McIlroy


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