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Streamline 1930's Art Deco Cigar Cutter

Item #2411 SOLD

Machine age aerodynamic streamline designed cigar cutter, chrome plated brass circa 1930′s. Featuring three openings to accommodate a variety of cigar shapes. The push-down steel cutting mechanism produces both straight and v-cuts. It is small, yet has a great weight and balance. It was manufactured in Germany in the 1930′s by Pfellring Solingen. It is stamped on the inside top edge  with name and model number #5640.

 

Looks like something designed by Norman Bel Geddes, utilizing the theory of streamlining. Example below.

 

 

A hefty Art Deco streamline chrome plated cigar cutter circa 1930s. Features three openings to accommodate a variety of cigar formats. The push-down steel cutting mechanism produces both straight and v-cuts. Made in Germany. Chrome plated brass Circa 1930s Art Deco streamlined design Steel cutting blade

 

Measurements

4″ W x 1.5″ D x 2″ T

Price (USD)

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