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Typically made in Japan in the 1940s and 50s, this unusual match holder consists of a human skull atop a book. Made of bisque pottery and hand painted, the skull has an articulating nodding jaw. The books were intended to use as a striker while the hole in the skull is where the matches are held. This fun halloween novelty item would look great in a curio cabinet!
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