CIVIL WAR ERA SMITHS PATENT BRASS MATCH SAFE

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Item Code: 809-54

Match safes were very popular with both soldiers and civilians. This safe features a cartouche label ready to be monogrammed with the owner’s initials. Top side has a hinged lid. Lid has a rough texture for striking matches. Reverse is marked, “SMITHS PATENT JAN. 17, 1860”. Very good condition. Brass has spotted and darkened with age.  [sl]

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