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    Posted 5 months ago

    Reeling
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    Here’s something unusual and nautical ship dispenser probably for cigars or cigarettes beautiful colored red glass

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    Comments

    1. Reeling Reeling, 5 months ago
      CardinalLady,
      AnythingObscure,
      Vynil33rpm,
      kwqd, Tks 4The luv
    2. Reeling Reeling, 5 months ago
      vetraio50,
      fortapache, Tks 4The luv
    3. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 5 months ago
      I'm curious about this -- is the bottom 'cap' (pic 3) a 'removable' thing?? (plastic?) I'm also assuming the metal 'liner' (pic 4) is just that, a piece that simply fits inside the glass? (no matter what the 'post' in its middle is for?) I'm only wondering because of the raised lettering on the top rim, particularly the word "STERN", which strongly suggests to me that the glass part *is* (or well, *was*?) actually a navigation light lens that really would have first been used on a boat...
    4. Reeling Reeling, 4 months ago
      ho2cultcha
      dav2no1.. Tks 4The luv
      AnythingObscure, good question you’re probably right inner peace and top not sure if original thank you for the info



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