17th century "Nuremberg" marine chest

3.800
17th century
DELIVERY
From: 01960, Saint Andre sur Vieux Jonc , France

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    Nuremberg" strongbox in polychrome wrought iron, revealing a complication mechanism activated by several pennes.
    The sides are fitted with handles for transport.
    The front is adorned with a false lock entrance designed to deceive.
    The trunk is further secured by a bar blocking the opening.
    These safes were designed to store important documents, valuables and money during land and sea journeys. One of the features of the Nuremberg safes was their complex mechanism, which made them virtually inviolable for their time. Made in Germany in the Nuremberg region
    XVIIth CENTURY
    This chest does not come with a key.
    Clever system for uncovering the lock entrance on the top, by moving a rivet on the top plate.
     

    Ref: U7L9T5TVGX

    Condition Good
    Style Renaissance style (Cabinets, Chests Furniture of Renaissance style Style)
    Period 17th century (Cabinets, Chests Furniture 17th century)
    Country of origin Germany
    Length (cm) 69
    Height (cm) 45
    Depth (cm) 44
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 15-30 Business Days
    Location 01960, Saint Andre sur Vieux Jonc , France
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