GUTTA PERCHA MATCH SAFE

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Item Code: 998-635

Civil war era brass match safe has hinged lid which also functions as a rough surface for striking matches. Raised lettering on side reads, “SMITH’S PATENT, JAN. 17 1860”. Other side has a blank cartouche label meant for engraving the owner’s initials.

Measures approximately 1 ½” by 2 ½”.  [sl]

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