Antique Hallmarked Sterling Silver Ladie's Purse / Card Case 1913 For Sale
Antique Hallmarked Sterling Silver Ladie's Purse / Card Case 1913
Antiquehall marked sterling silverladies coinpurse / card case, approximately12.6cm (5 inches) from side to side. The two sterling silver halves are hinged at the base with a piano type hinge, and open up like a clam shellto reveal an original soft brown leather linedcompartment with four sections, each capable of holding several notes, cards, or coins. The face side is decorated with a scrolling Edwardian stylefloral pattern andhall marked below and to theright of the clasp withhall marks: lion, and date letter "o" (1913). Theother sideis plain and hallmarked with:maker's initials "H" and "M", both in a separate square shape, a well worn city mark which is probably the Birmingham anchor, lion, and date letter "o" (1913). The centre ring atthe top of the chainhas a mark that might be a "V", or "A", and there is asimilar mark, a "V", to the left and slightly above the maker's initials on the side of the purse. The maker's initials "H", and "M" would be Henry Matthews, Vittoria Street, Birmingham (1894-1930). Genuine antique, old, worn,and used,no holes, no cracks, no restoration;a small dent(see last photo); needs proper clean and polish. Total weight including the leather interioris approximately148.34 grams.
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