Very good to excellent condition for age and type. Dating it late Napoleon I, but could be 10 years one way or the other. Our book reference for the early enamel boxes helps us date this one. It has a lovely original silk moire interior lining still in very good form, and while there are slight imperfections on the exterior (a few rub/push mars to the old wood here or there) and the issue of 3 of the plaques being just the copper plaque without its enamel work at this time, it's also priced accordingly for those small imperfections. If we decide to send the 3 medallions out for restoration, we'll up our price once it's finished, of course. I rather like it just as it is since the 3 are matching in size, and are on either side, and one just above the key escutcheon so they look like it should be that way. The box is 13.5" long, (oversized!) and 10" front to back, 6" tall when closed.
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