Primitive ~ Civil War Era ~ Match Safe ~ Match HolderThis is a terrific piece of memorabilia! is a primitive / vintage match safe that is approx. 3 1/2" and 1/2" wide. It seems to be a tin metal material with a gold or copper coating of some kind. T is a picture of Crane standing in water with cattails. It is not signed, and t are no dates. The safe has a push button that releases the lid to open. The match striker is on the bottom of the safe.This match safe has been well used. The Plated coating is well worn and the images are faded. The image of the crane is weak. The button release does release but the lid catches and you have to lift it while you hold the button in, and you also have to hold in the button to close it. The hing that holds the lid feels and looks strong after all this time. It still has 15 old wooden matches that will go with it. T is No Reserve set on this. I would have to say the over all condition of this match safe is Good / Fair Condition. Payments- Winner will be Contacted for Payment and Shipping Information. Please reply in 1 - 3 days as we like to Ship things out to the buyers as soon as posible after payment has been received. We do take care in packing our items. We want them to reach you in the same condition as they were when they left us. Paypal is preferred but I do accept money orders . (SORRY NO PERSONAL CHECKS .) Buyer Pays Shipping.We Do Not Charge Handling Fee's We Will Combine Shipping Whenever Possible To Save You Money Insurance: is optional and up to the buyer; unless included in shipping cost. Insurance will protect you in case of damage or loss once the post office takes over. **We do not offer refunds on and are not responsible for uninsured packages.** PLEASE save us as a FAVORITE because you never know what we will find and LIST!!!!!! ****Feedback is GREATLY Appreciated !**** We will be leaving feedback for buyers after we receive feedback do to several people not leaving feedback or forgetting to do so. Being fairly new at selling, feedback is important to us and we look forward to receiving it. We hope everyone understands. Thank You - Good Luck & Happy Bidding !
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