Recent Examples of snuffbox from the Web
During every lesson, the prized pupil steals something from Miss Nightingale’s home: a snuffbox, a porcelain swan, a scarf.
Few museum visitors have ever handled a marble bust or a gilded snuffbox, but everyone wears clothes.
In the 19th century, European nations used ivory for billiard balls, piano keys, buttons, snuffboxes and false teeth.
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