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1920's litho Chesterfield <CPF> pipes sign


Tom Dunn's paperweight celebrating the anniversary of the Ephmeris


1900's John Maresh tobacco jar


1900's American pottery tobacco jar


1930's Dunhill white spot humidor


Fornasetti plate


Pipe needlepoint from the 1900's


Huge pipe litho from the 1900's


 

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That's quite the little collection you have there Dock! Well done sir.

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Cheers,

RR
 

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I don't own anything vintage, collectable, or otherwise interesting to share, but as an innocent bystander let me say this I'm diggin' the hell outta this thread!
 

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I'm guessing this piece is from the 1920's or 30's, not for certain. The bottom is cast iron, and the urn is made of some type of wood.....

 

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Just a small assortment of the ashtray collection....

Stained glass illuminated ashtray. Likely from the 40's


Eton Tobacco ashtray. Likely from the turn of the century. Copper lined barrel.


Amphora ashtray from the 60's-70's


Wilke/Pipeworks. This one came right out of the shop after it's closing.


Dills. age unknown


Orlik from the 1980's


Gold Block from the 1980's



 

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A few prints, ads, plaques and original oils....



















 

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:lol:

It's a friggin' tobacco antique store. Never mind "collecting."

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Cool stuff, Dock. I'm kind of beside myself at the pieces you've amassed.

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Here is a vintage bakelite cigar lighter, probably from the 1930's. To light a cigar, simply pick up the lighter and tilt it, and the coil inside heats up very quickly.....

 

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idbowman":7wmt6hjm said:
I don't own anything vintage, collectable, or otherwise interesting to share, but as an innocent bystander let me say this I'm diggin' the hell outta this thread!
I have to agree -- there's some really fine things here, as well as lots of fun ones!
 

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This item is a vintage matching tobacco humidor and matching holder for pipe cleaners. The cork lining does a really nice job of expanding when humidified, to create a nice airtight seal.....



 

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A few pics of my sterling silver match safes. The last two are of Mr. Punch, one sterling silver, and the other brass.....












This one is designed to carry postage stamps.....



These two, are designed to carry sewing needles, but some folks used them to carry snuff, or other powdered substances.....





This last one, is a retractable sterling silver cigar piercer.....









 

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George Kaplan":ioghp1fj said:
Nice stuff, Dutch!
Thanks George! Here is a vintage Mr. Punch bank I also have in my collection.....

 

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Thanks so much for the comments guys! Here is a antique cigar ashtray, sized just right for the traditional corona sized Cuban cigar. Also, a couple of antique cigar box hammer/seal cutters.....





 
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