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This amusing 2-piece cigarette ashtray and match holder is in the shape of a tombstone and grave.

Reads: "Boot Hill, here lies Cig O'Rette, 1860-1881,
He met his match
The smoke did fly
It didn't last long
For here he lies.

The match holder is the tombstone, open at the top for wooden matches. It fits in a slot on the grave-top base, which has two cowboy boots sticking up.

About 6-1/2" long (base) and 3-1/4" high with the tombstone in. No chips, no cracks, no repairs, does have crazing and a slight stain on the back of the tombstone at the top.

Fun piece from the '50s. Possibly a souvenir from Boot Hill in Dodge City, Kansas.

Vintage cigarette ashtray & match holder Boot Hill tombstone Cig O Rette 2-pc with cowboy boots 1950s 1960s

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 535 reviews
  • Favorited by: 19 people