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Sale 297 Lot 42
Sold for US$950

Halstaff brass-inlaid rosewood travel case 19th century, interior lined and ruched in claret velvet fitted associated heavy gauge silver-topped bottles, jars, vessel and implements in two trays and side compartment, concealing well and lid with hidden document compartments, and J. Bramah lock; H5 3/4" W12" D9"

Provenance: Florida collection
Estimate $300-500

Condition statement: some replaced jars and implements, wear consistent with age and use.

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