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Trench Art8 of 309WW1 Trench artP-47 Thunderbolt Trench Art ashtray
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    Posted 9 months ago

    Nessieland
    (1 item)

    Got left these by my great aunt, I know a little about them through another website but other than that I know nothing about exact value.

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    Wehrmacht Brass Shot Glass Flak WWII WW2 Germany Army original Trench Art Deco
    Wehrmacht Brass Shot Glass Flak WWI...
    $40
    Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers **US Blue Note BLP 4003 Deep Groove Mono**
    Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers **...
    $102
    German Tiger Tank Shot Glass WWII Wehrmacht Flak Trench Art brass WW2 military
    German Tiger Tank Shot Glass WWII W...
    $45
    Art Blakey / Lee Morgan / Hank Mobley **US Blue Note BLP 4015 Deep Groove Mono**
    Art Blakey / Lee Morgan / Hank Mobl...
    $151
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    Wehrmacht Brass Shot Glass Flak WWII WW2 Germany Army original Trench Art Deco
    Wehrmacht Brass Shot Glass Flak WWI...
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    1. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 9 months ago
      If you do know something about these and are seeking more info, please start by sharing what you already know so that the rest of us can have something to work with...?? (and please also read the posting rules too, we don't give values here...) What *are* they anyway -- cigarette lighters???
    2. scottvez scottvez, 9 months ago
      The first and last photos show a WW1 era trench art piece-- small vase or trinket holder.

      Your lighter is of the same era.

      Less than $50 each. Look at ebay for similar examples

      scott
    3. scottvez scottvez, 9 months ago
      Hill 60 is part of the Ypres (Belgium) battlefield-- lots of online information.

      The piece, while assembled from WW1 parts, was most likely assembled post war and sold as part of the WW1 battlefield tourism/ souvenir trade.

      scott

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