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Identifikation (sammlung in einem fall)

geschrieben von Sergeev  
Sergeev 24.07.2018 06:57:33
Guten Tag. Kann jemand Ähnliches finden? Brauchen identifikation.

Uwe Kolitsch 24.07.2018 11:41:08
Possibly originally sold by the Krantz company?
Ben Grguric 24.07.2018 12:13:29
I think it could be Krantz too. My 1899 Krantz catalogue lists a set of 40 imitation gemstones for 25 Marks. See attached image. No doubt as time passed they would have modified the listing.

Johan Kjellman 24.07.2018 12:52:44
they are most likely of Bohemian origin/fabrication - were also traded by the Czech dealer Vaclav Fric

2 mal bearbeitet. Zuletzt am 24.07.2018 15:37 von Johan Kjellman.
Sergeev 10.08.2018 05:15:34
Thanx, Gents!
Absolutely likely 2nd image.
What is the period when Fric was tradeing?
Johan Kjellman 10.08.2018 13:01:48
Hard to date as Fric was active quite a while, see:

an excerpt from the reiling&spunarova article:

Sergeev 15.08.2018 05:58:44
Thanx a lot! Great info!
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