VICTORIAN ERA GUTTA PERCHA COLLAR BOX WITH MASONIC SYMBOLS

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Item Code: 1043-99

Victorian era box meant for holding gentleman’s collars features a gutta percha lid and stained wooden bottom. Hinged lid shows a scrollwork border with an image of Masonic symbols in the center. Original clasp is present, but peg to hook clasp to is missing. Inside of box lid is a paper label from Williamson & Foster Clothing of Lancaster, PA. Small label on front reads, “11 ½”. Underside of box is stamped, “CHAS. TOLLNER”. Also present on underside is a paper license stamp for The Standard Collar Company of New York.

Box measures 4 ¾” square by 3 ¼” tall. Wood shows very light surface scratches or scuffs. Hinges are a little loose, but are still attached.

This would be a splendid and functional item for a gentleman of today, just as it was in the 19th century.  [sl]

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