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A Table Snuff Box made in London in 1839 by Edward Edwards.

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Category
82909
Width
2 cm (0 3/4")
Depth
1 cm (0 1/2")
The box is broad rectangular in form with an engine turned base and sides. The base displays a slender cast floral and foliate border and the cover a very crisp wide floral and foliate border, displaying roses. This border encloses an engine turned band and a plain plaque engraved with the contemporary initials I.M. The interior is finely gilded and the inside of the cover is engraved with the following centred inscription: PRESENTED by the Members of the TOWER HAMLETS GENERAL PENSIONS SOCIETY to Mr John Mitchell, as a token of respect for his Valuable Services as Honorary Secretary July 29th 1839. The inscription is surrounded by linear scrolls.
Width
2 cm (0 3/4")
Depth
1 cm (0 1/2")
Year
1839