Georgian Case of Drawing Instruments

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An early 19th century George III drawing instrument case.

The case is made from wood and covered in shagreen (Shark or Ray skin).

The tapering case has a hinged lid with a brass rim and inset into the top of the lid is a plaque inscribed "Thomas Elliot Hexham Northumberland 1818".

The interior is fitted out with 12 compartments to hold a selection of technical drawing instruments.

The case is in good condition as are most of the instruments apart from the bone rulers which have chips.  (Circa 1818)

Height 17.5cm (7.8 inches)
Width 8cm (3.1 inches)
Depth 4cm (1.6 inches)