Cigarette box, c. 1930.

1931-1940 in Liversedge, West Yorkshire and England
Birkby's Limited

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Rectangular cigarette box of imitiation walnut phenolic (Bakelite) and ivory phenol formaldehyde hinged lid, lid decorated with moulded horseman's spearing lion in Assyrian style, contains nineteen cigarettes, made by Birkby's Ltd., England, 1930's, under trade name "Elo Ware"


Plastics and Modern Materials
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cigarette boxes
Jesse, J

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