A German polychrome painted brass and enamel snuffbox
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A German polychrome painted brass and enamel snuffbox

APPARENTLY UNMARKED, GERMANY, CIRCA 1760

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A German polychrome painted brass and enamel snuffbox
Apparently unmarked, Germany, circa 1760
Rectangular with hinged (broken) cover, the sides and base decorated with a map, the outside cover with a map of the river Elbe, castles and villages, inside the cover two soldiers on horses shooting at each other
7.8cm. wide
See illustration
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Lot Essay

For a similar box see Hermann Schadt and Ina Schneider, Kaiserliches Gold und Silber, Schätze der Hohenzollern aus dem Schloss Huis Doorn, Berlin, 24 November 1985 23 February 1986, no. 157.

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