Lot 83    

Eagle on Boar's Tusk Cigar Cutter
5/21/2011 -Spring Fine & Decorative Art
Austro-Hungarian, early 20th century. An ivory boar's tusk cigar cutter, mounted with a a ruby eyed, silver eagle's head, with open beak mechanical cutter, the tusk terminating with a silver eagle's talon, marked; lg. 9.5 in.

Condition:  
Age cracks on ivory handle.
Sold: $2,880.00
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