Production Date
Cigarette case - sterling silver, inscribed G.B.F. The case is made up of 2 halves hinged in the middle. It is slightly curved to fit into a pocket. There are the usual Hallmarks associated with a silver case. The anchor denotes that it was made in Birmingham. The stylised 'm' denotes the date - 1896. The lion denotes that it is 925 silver. "MJJ" is the maker's name.
Processed Material/Metal/Silver
Signature/Marks and Type
G.B.F. Inscribed
Accession No
Credit Line
1896. Cigarette Case, 1981.391. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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