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A George IV brass-bound rosewood travelling dressing case lined in blue plush and with leather outer cover, containing twelve toilet jars and bottles, the engine-turned silver-gilt lids applied with gold discs engraved with monograms, and also fitted with a travelling corkscrew with metal handle, an unmarked seal-end pencil, a pair of steel scissors, and a steel nail file and glove button hook, the mother-of-pearl handles engraved with the same monogram, the dressing case with a brass cartouche engraved with a monogram, the silver fittings by A. B., London 1826 - length of dressing case 13in.

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A George IV brass-bound rosewood travelling dressing case lined in blue plush and with leather outer cover, containing twelve toilet jars and bottles, the engine-turned silver-gilt lids applied with gold discs engraved with monograms, and also fitted with a travelling corkscrew with metal handle, an unmarked seal-end pencil, a pair of steel scissors, and a steel nail file and glove button hook, the mother-of-pearl handles engraved with the same monogram, the dressing case with a brass cartouche engraved with a monogram, the silver fittings by A. B., London 1826 - length of dressing case 13in.
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