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EARLY-TO-MID 19TH CENTURY: LEATHER, SQUARE-MOUTHED CASE

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This leather bag comes from the estate of the late Nigel Marshall, great-great-grandson  of William Marshall, who founded the engineering works, Marshalls of Gainsborough, in 1848.  A former solicitor, Nigel Marshall lived at the Old Rectory, Lea, Gainsborough.  The bag bears the impressed initials “W E M” to one side.

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