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Tobruk souvenir lighter

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    Post war souvenir lighter from Tobruk probably made by local craftsmen to make some money after the war.
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    Quite a stylish item. I like it. Does it still work?

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: Tobruk souvenir lighter

    Not tried the lighter but the action works ok, I think if I filled it up it would work.

    z4

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