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Sale 299 Lot 1269
Sold for US$275

American silver traveling perfume case, Chas. B. Byron Co New York, late 19th century, rectangular box with rounded hinged lid acid etched with central shield flanked by rampant lions amidst leafy scrolls, interior fitted for slender colorless glass vials, marked: STERLING, interlocking CBB, 1390; H2 5/8 W3 3/8 D1/2", and 3.3ozT

Provenance: Roger W. Powell Collection
Estimate $200-300

Condition statement: goldwashed interior fitted for six glass vials, three of which are present. Good, with minor light surface scuffs.

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