Sigarette Cases, Lighters, Smoking Pipes
Valeriy Chkalov (1904 - 1938) was a famous soviet pilot-tester who was a first made a flight From Moscow to Vancouver through the North Pole without stops. He was died in accident in testing of palne I-180. Cigarette case was made in USSR in 1940th-1950th. Good condition.
Russian/Soviet Vintage Cigarette Case "Football". Brass silver plated. Made in USSR on the end of the 1940 - early of 1950. Good condition.
Russian Imperial period cigarette pack paper label "Cavalier's". Period of early 1900s. Size 7 x 7.5 cm. Excellent condition.
Russian Imperial Period Сigarette Pack Paper Label "Kronschtadt's". Size 14 x 7 cm. Early of 1900s. Excellent condition.
WWII Red Army ( RKKA ) self made cigarette case. Made of aluminum by the soldier as a gift to commisar of his unit. Got it from veteran's family. Has an USSR coat of arm on the front page and image of Lenin on the back side engraved. Good condition.
WWII period american FORD 85 V8 pickup truck hood emblem.It's relic found on the battlefield in Kurland Pocket ( Latvia ), where was a long and strong battle with the remains of the Group Armies Nord and Red Army in 1944 - 1945. Those emblems were found with the parts of the truck and. This truk was received by the Red Army as a land lease help probably. Set consist of two emblems. Good relic condition.
WWII Battlefield Relic ashtray. Made of Carbolite. Has a stamped inscription "Leningrad factory of plastic items, Komsomol's Truth ". Period of 1930-40. It was found on a bunker in Kurland front ( Eastern front, Latvia, 1944-45 ). Good condition.
WWII Red Army ( RKKA ) trench art cigarette case. Made of aluminum by the soviet soldier as a gift to his friend. It has an inscription engraved on the front plate - " from senior technician to the leutenent Zuev B.A. on the days of the Great Patriotic War 1941 - 1945". On the back side it has an image of the Cremlin and inscription - "from technician leutenent Nikolaev P.M.". This cigarette case is from veteran's family. Very good condition.