Rectangular and practical brass casket or box made by Eisenacher Motorenwerk in Geislingen an der Steige, 1910-1920, Germany. Perfect for small items like jewelry, coins, keys, cards etc. Wooden bottom and inner sides of the casket. The top lid of brass has a motiv of an old racing vehicle and its driver and the lid is attached on the side. Small rounded feet underneath. Perfect vintage patina and good vintage condition. Marked underneath with trademark for Eisenacher along with the number 75..Measures: 19 cmL x 11cmW x 7 cmH. Eisenacher Motorenwerk was an iteration of the ‘VEB Automobile Work Eisenach’ company which operated in central Germany for almost 100 years from 1896, when it was founded by the father and son partnership of Heinrich and Gustave Ehrhardt. Having initially supplied the Prussian military, production quickly expanded to include bicycle and early ‘Wartburg’ motor vehicles.
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