19th Century English Oak Liquor Bottle Case
19th Century English Oak Liquor Bottle Case with brass Chubb lock and brass handle engraved with Capt. E.J. Ward R. A. relative to Captain Edward John Ward, military of the Royal Academy and the initials L.S.D.
The box contains two dark glass, silver punched bottles with curved handle with garniture and stopper. Engraved on the bottle neck garniture we find L.S.D. the same initials of the handle. Marks on the cap relativet to the silver title of 925/000 and indicate the Sheffield City Assay Office in 1860/61, the silversmith initials H.A are unidentified.
The Chubb brass lock is marked with the well-known lock brand of London.
Inside the box, documents referring to the career and death of the Major Edward John Ward 1836-1879.
In overall good condition, the green fabric interior lining shows signs of wear and use.
Height: 21.5 cm
Width: 24 cm
Depth: 17.5 cm
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