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WTS: Dunhill set Lighter with case and box 18k Gold.

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Up for sale is a rare beauty unique Dunhill set Lighter with case and box 18kts gold Swiss made . In pristine condition, all parts working as it should very nice design. Comes complete with cigarette box and leather set case please see pictures. Everything in good condition, clean shape. Rare in this state of preservation. 

Asking price: $5000 shipped and insured to your Destination. 

Please don’t hesitate to contact me by Pm/email  jgreg4449 @gmail.com 
Let me know if you are interested.


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The price is set by you, not your buyer.  You may find more luck if you rethink it.  Asking for bids rarely works on this sort of thing unless you're looking for a bid based on the gold content.  It also may benefit you to say something about why you think the items are 18k. The marks on the lighter may mean something else entirely and you didn't include the marks on the case at all.  Most Dunhill items are not karat gold.

I'll delete this message in a few days so I don't screw up your ad.  


Neil Beaty

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There's never a crowd when you go that extra mile.

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Neil - fair points. Just a précis: the marks on the lighter include an "18 kts" and something that could just be a Swiss (Helvetia) or French (owl) 18k control mark.

Unfortunately, "smoking" pieces are quite unpopular at the moment (at least, in the UK they are!)

@gui my comments will go too in a couple of days, or sooner if you respond asking for removal.

Good luck!


Davide - Specialised Consumer Information and Assistance,
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The photo isn't clear enough for me to see the control mark, which would indeed be a good sign, while the text looks like 18KGE to me.  That's a bad sign.  I"m certainly not going to evaluate a piece based on a photograph, especially one of unknown origin, but then that's exactly what a potential buyer is being asked to do.  


Neil Beaty

GG(GIA) ICGA(AGS) NAJA

 

There's never a crowd when you go that extra mile.

Professional Appraisals in Denver

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