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|An engine-turned snuffbox with reeded and foliate border, by Edward Smith Birmingham 1836.
|A China Trade snuff box completely lined with tortoise shell , Canton circa 1840 by KHC. The maker's mark is located on the inside of the lid.
|A rectangular snuff box with curved body and gadrooned border, by Matthew Linwood made in Birmingham in 1812.
|A snuffbox formed of a nut, carved with hunting scene on rear and vacant shield- shaped cartouche with lion supporters on lid, perhaps Colonial circa 1825.
|An engine-turned snuffbox, the plain rectangular cartouche inscribed W. French by Francis Clarke, London 1838.
|A silver-mounted oval box with standaway hinge and m-o-p plaques top and bottom unmarked, the top with 2 Chinese figures in a garden, the base with Chinese floral motif with bird.
|An engine-turned snuffbox inscribed on lid 'Presented to Mr Samuel Broadhurst' by Francis Clarke, Birmingham 1840.
|An engine-turned snuff box with inset lid, by Corfield and Patrick Birmingham 1821.
|A China Trade snuffbox, Canton circa 1830 by Wong Shing.
|A China Trade cachou box with vacant cartouche and typical floral decoration by Khechong, Canton, 1840-70.
|A China Trade snuffbox by 'K' , Canton circa 1870.