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19th C. German Hanau Silver Snuff Box, by Neresheimer & Sohne / Gerbruder Glaser

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A darling snuff box in an oblong 6-sided hexagonal shape adorned with floral & swirling patterns. The front & back facing sides are decorated with draped garlands and wreaths. Hinge based opening. Based on its two identifying marks, its markers are Neresheimer & Sohne as well as Gerbruder Glaser. It is our educated estimation that this snuff box was made somewhere between 1883-1903 & possibly exhibited in the 1893 Chicago World’s Columbian Exposition.

Marks: (Left to Right) *Hanau silver hallmarks recorded and published by Scheffler in “Goldschmiede Hessens”, Per the Online Encyclopedia of Silver Marks Identification of Hanau Marks. * bird atop 3 small flowers - #513 (Scheffler) identified maker is Neresheimer & Sohne. * "B" - #538 (Scheffler, in Nereshelmer entry) identified maker is Gerbruder Glaser.

Approx. Dimensions: Height: 1" Tall 4" Long Width: 2" Approx. Weight: 110 g

Condition: Beautiful age-related condition. Note: sticker residue left from old tag. (can easily be cleaned off)

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