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Wallet Case of Drawing Instruments Description This folding wood and cardboard case is covered with black leather and lined with teal velvet.
The back of the case is marked: The snaps fastening the case are marked with a ring of decorative letter Ps. The insides of the snaps are marked: The letters P and M are superimposed on each other. Inside the top flap is also marked with a backward E and superimposed R and O.
This is the trademark for E. Richter, a German firm that made mathematical instruments from to the s. The center hinge is marked: Richter, followed by the Richter trademark. The blades are marked: The backs of the blades are marked: The pens do not fit their slots in the case and may not be original to the set.
The side of each instrument is marked: Richter held German patents on several of its drawing instruments.
Below the mark is the Richter trademark. The Smithsonian received this object in A date around would be consistent with other items received in the accession. The instruments are almost certainly newer than those in the similar set, Alteneder, "Drawing Pen" U. Patentissued August 9, and U.
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