(1 of the 4 London Assay offices). Journeyman's mark (Illegible) some pink powder remains in this bottle, probably cosmetic powder of some sort, or wig dust. Glass fluted bottle 4 x 2 5/8 inches - Makers mark, worn - Hallmark - Lion Passant - 1.
Journeyman's mark (illegible) Some remnants in this bottle, looks like some form of solid polish or wax. Glass fluted bottle 3 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches - Makers mar - R.
D & Co Hallmark - Lion Passant - n in cartouche - Leopard Head _ (London mark for 1888)(Possibly basterdised as incorrect sequence). Bottle contains 2 no hair clips or grips.
Pair of Glass fluted bottles - 6 x 1 1/2 inches - Makers mark (worn illegible) Hallmark - Lion Passant - 1. Leopard Head - Date unknown.One bottle contains remnants of liquid, possibly a perfume. Glass fluted bottle 6 5/8 x 1 /14 - Makers mark (worn, illegible) Hallmark - Anchor - Lion Passant - n - (1912 Birmingham). Glass bottle 6 x 2 3/4 inches - Makers mark - no marks but tested as silver to top. Probably a drinking flask as there is cork within the screw top, ag unknown. Silver flask 6 3/4 x 1 1/2 inches Makers marks (on the bottom of this piece) W. Hallmark - Lion Passant - Leopard head - m (London mark for 1907). Silver flask 5 x 1 1/2 inches - Makers marks. (on the bottom of this piece) W. All weighing in at 415 grams. Leather writing pad with blotting papers and containing the 2 silver pen and pencil set, with clasp, needs some attention. This forms a tripod enabling it to stand on its own. With square lifting handles, probably stainless steel containing leather pouches for some of the silver items plus 2 sleeves which hold the Vesta and Ink Well. With square lifting handles probably stainless steel containing leather pouches for some of the silver items, plus a glass bottle marked Coty-Paris, probably a perfume bottle and a piece of old fashioned soap. Shaving strop in leather case marked' Fishers Sharkleen Strop' possibly a sharkskin substitute for sharpening a cut throat razor.
Sleeve containing stainless steel shoe horn. Twisted glass drinking flask with pewter cup and screw down lid with cork insert. Red leather box containing insert for jewellery and 3 no shirt buttons. Red leather box containing some sewing items - catch damaged. So there you are, all items held in a Red leather lined case with Leather case, including hardly worn leather handle and 2no catches with reinforced corners, no key.
All items described are included in the sale (over 20 items). The item "Antique Travel Case Made 1881 With Original Silver Fittings All Hall Marked" is in sale since Wednesday, January 22, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Other Solid Silver". The seller is "1q7856" and is located in Taunton.
This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.Fisher, 188, The Strand, London