American 19th Century Tobacco Cutter.
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Cast iron tobacco cutter - 19th century American, with the figure of a man thumbing his nose and riding on the handle of the cutter. No makers name. Measurements: 32 cm by 7.5 cm closed, and 65 cm long when opened (12.1/2 inches by 3 inches closed, and 25.1/2 inches fully open). Condition is very good - it has one replacement screw. Quite heavy - bear this in mind for postage quotes!
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- 19th Century
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