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A Louis XV boat-shaped tortoiseshell snuff-box

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A Louis XV boat-shaped tortoiseshell snuff-box, the cover applied with gold shell ornaments and a central medallion chased with a head of Neptune supported with a trident and a sword, the sides with similar decoration and portholes, the interior with an inscription presented by King Ed. VII to Rich. Geo. Penn. Earl of Howe, Xmas 1908, with reeded silver mounts - by Henry Adnet, circa 1740 (lid defective) 3 3/8in. long

ID:  5935

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