1946 Brass Pocket Matchbook Holder W Scotty Dog No Res

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 16, 2009
  • Channel: Auction House
Very unique engraved brass pocket matchbook holder from 1946 with a Scotty dog engraved on one side and a movable wheel on the back with a six year calendar covering from 1946 to 1951. The wheel is stuck but I have not cleaned it or oiled it so should free up. The cover flips open to place the book of matches in.so it is just a little larger then a book of standard matches as I have shown it with a book in it. T is a hole in one end near the bottom and I am guessing it held a small pin to turn the calendar dial. In excellent plus condition with image sharp and clear.

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