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This item sold on May 7, 2013.

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This set features an amazing "In Memory of Japan" cigarette case and matching pocket lighter. Both the cigarette case and the lighter are chrome with blue enamel. The front of each has a map of Japan with cities displayed, cherry blossoms surrounding a Japanese style building, and Mt. Fuji in the background. The back of each is striped with two different colors of blue enamel. The inside of the case is a silver tone color and has 2 spring loaded metal plates to hold the cigarettes in place. Both springs are strong and working great.

This set is being sold in gently used condition. As you can see from the pictures it has some minor surface scratches.This is very common in a used lighter. There are also a couple tiny chips in the enamel on the back of the case.

This set is in REALLY amazing condition for its age. The colors of the enamel on both are still very vibrant.

This lighter has a brand new flint, it sparks great, it just needs to be filled with fluid.

A wonderful addition to your collection or as gift.

In Memory of Japan cigarette case and matching working Lighter

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Metal, Chrome, Steel, wick, Flint, Wheel, Fluid, Spring, Cotton, Screws, Fuel Reserve, Fitment, Snuffer Cap
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 325 reviews
  • Favorited by: 57 people