The silver cheroot case is marked Birmingham, 1901 and shows the makers mark J.H.H which would denote that it was made by J H Hilcox. It is in good condition considering its age with only one or two small dints and faint scratches, there is some scratching and discolouration to the gilt interior more than likely due to use. The hinge is in good working order and the case snaps shut tightly. It measures approx. 2.5" in length and weighs 10g
The cheroot holder features what appears to be an amber mouthpiece and silver band. The band hallmark is worn but appears to read as Birmingham, 1905. The makers mark appears to read H&F which would denote it was made by William Sydney Hall and Edward Thurston Davies trading as Hall & Fitzgerald. It is in good condition considering its age with only a small section at the end of the mouthpiece that shows signs of repair at some point.
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