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Nuremburg Bratwurst Glöcklein Stationery Cabinet

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A very unusual late 19th to early 20th century German stationery cabinet.

The cabinet is modelled on the 'Bratwurst Glöcklein' (Little Sausage Bell) tavern, possibly the most famous tavern in Germany.

The tavern grew from a cook shop beside the St Moritz chapel in Nuremburg and was famous for sausages.

The original building dates from the 14th century.

The interior is divided into three parts to hold stationery and the sign above the shop door rotates to reveal a keyhole.

The cabinet is in very good original condition and is constructed from carved and stained pine wood. (Circa 1900)

Height 36cm (14.2 inches)
Width 39.5cm (15.6 inches)
Depth 19cm (7.4 inches)