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    Posted 4 years ago

    (2 items)

    unknown of year
    3 1/2 inches tall
    1/2 inches wide
    fine in trash hunt
    looks lick brass /one jewel "green" / 10 diamons

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    1. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 4 years ago
      I love those kind of people! Seems like the stuff is just waiting for you sometimes.

      You don't see any markings? Can you slide out the lighter, it may be stuck and or may not come out at all but most likely does. Just be careful when trying, you don't want to damage it. It could be worth a lil somethin'. The name or some numbers may be on the inner part.
    2. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 4 years ago
      Looks live trench art using several fired rifle cartridges.
    3. Eager2learn Eager2learn, 3 years ago
      Hi.. i think this will help u find the info your looking for.. If your still looking for answers, I hope this helps, I came across it while searching for info to identify my vintage lighter so, Best of luck.. I think your lighter maybe called "Cleopatra Jeweled Lipstick Lighter"

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