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A George III gold mounted oak freedom box

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A George III gold mounted oak freedom box, unmarked, circa 1809, the lid applied with the embossed armorials of the city of Limerick enclosed by glass and with a border of oak leaves, the interior lined in gold and inscribed recording the presentation to Captain Sir Michael Seymour Bt. on 14 February 1809, 4in. long also with freedom paper

ID:  85047

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Leicestershire

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