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Tower Shaped Casket

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Four iron feet, each different from the other. One is a bolt which penetrates through to the interior of the casket. Nails project inside the lid from the top of the lockplate. Two hinges. Brass handle with five lobes. Spots of wax? inside lid of box.
Department of Paintings Sculpture & Decorative Arts Duke of Brunswick by descent through family. [Goldschmidt Galleries] sold; to the Fogg Art Museum 1930. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum Alpheus Hyatt Purchasing Fund
Title: Tower Shaped Casket
Description:
Four iron feet, each different from the other.
One is a bolt which penetrates through to the interior of the casket.
Nails project inside the lid from the top of the lockplate.
Two hinges.
Brass handle with five lobes.
Spots of wax? inside lid of box.

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