Presented is an exceptionally nice, small Mexican made silver lighter in the shape of a tank circa 1948. Although the maker is unknown, this is a very detailed and precision made piece. The gun barrel unscrews for the flint and the thumb screw in the rear strikes the lighter. Stamped on the on the top of the gun turret is "Silver Mexico". In the closed position it sits under an inch high and is 2" long.
Remember our motto, "Don't Mess with the Patina", so it has never been polished. In like new condition, it has never been lit. An outstanding and rare piece for any collection. Please call or e-mail us with any questions.
Item ID: TL122
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