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A vintage Alfred Dunhill leather business card holder. The frame is metal and the latch is a slide-clasp. There are 2 pockets to hold cards*.

The inside has the initials C.E.B. which stand for Charles E. Butterworth (He is a relative of mine and I have several other items that belonged to him. As an added bonus I will send along an original photograph of him!). He was a supporting actor during the 20's – 40's who specialized in comedies and musicals. He worked along side Clark Gable, Fred Astaire, Bob Hope, The Andrews Sisters and many others. The fifth picture in the listing is a picture of Charles.

The latch works well. The metal frame is ever-so-slightly bent in one area. I tried cleaning it a little, but it may need to be cleaned further.

Outside Dimensions: 6-1/2" wide, 3-1/2" tall

*The pockets to hold cards are not standard size. They can hold a card up to 2-3/4" wide, 3" tall. Please see the fourth picture for reference.

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