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    Posted 14 years ago

    ashley
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    Can anyone tell me something about this table lighter. I have seen the same style on ebay. But not one exact same as mine with a lion, and can;t seem to find one alike anywhere. Where does one take a lighter for its value worth?

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    Comments

    1. edmond marpali, 13 years ago
      Look if the lighter is a Dunhill lighter, the name dunhill is written on the lighter, it seems to be in a very good condition and if it is a Dunhill lighter can cost thousands of dollars on Ebay
    2. Stacyw, 12 years ago
      Very Nice piece, I can't read what is on the arm but that should say Dunhill. That type of mechanism is called a lift arm and was used on the Unique and giant Dunhills made in the thirties. It looks to be in increadable shape. Look for a hallmark with AD somewhere on the lighter or again Dunhill. Other companies stole the design and made very similar pieces.

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