Glasgow, Old Stockwell Bridge,
Glasgow, Old Stockwell Bridge, , oak snuff box, 1850, by C. Stiven and Sons. the lid of the box inscribed, PART OF THE OAK/ OF THE ORIGINAL FOUNDATIONS OF/ OLD STOCKWELL BRIDGE GLASGOW /. BUILT BY BISHOP RAE/ ABOUT THE YEAR 1345 IN THE REIGN OF/ KING DAVID SON OF ROBERT THE BRUCE/ TAKEN DOWN I850, rev. Stamped in the lid with Royal Arms, C. STIVEN AND SONS / BOX MAKERS / TO HER MAJESTY/ LAURENCEKIRK, 100 x 52 x 26 mm. Good very fine. £Sold
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