SOLD! for $155.00.
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1st item: 1723 (George II) English Parliament decree regarding taxes (duties) on the importation of commodities Coffee, Tea, Cocoa Nuts, Chocolate and Chocolate paste, and granting relief to Robert Dalzell, late Earl of Carnwath. Printed by John Baskett, 1724, pages numbered 215-248. Later leather binding, 13" x 8-1/4", with gilt lettering. 2nd item: World War I era Princess Mary brass box dated "Christmas 1914". These boxes, filled with gifts like chocolate or tobacco, were sent by the then-teenage daughter of English King George V as gifts to soldiers, sailors, nurses and others in uniform. 5" x 3-1/4" x 1-1/8". 3rd item: Sterling silver match box modeled as a letter, addressed to "George Aldridge, Rochester, NY." 1/4"H x 2" W x 1-1/4"D. Circa 1940. 4th item: Snuff or trinket box made from an Italian silver coin dated 1879. 1-1/2" diameter. Silver items: 1.36 oz troy combined weight. CONDITION: Rebound; scattered light foxing and scattered light staining to pages, overall very good condition.