Learn about Bible Box

A lidded box, often made of oak or walnut with incised carving, designed to hold the family bible with its record of births, deaths and marriages. They were sometimes set on a stand and were popular in the 17th and 18th century, although there are also 19th century examples.
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A Tartanware rectangular double stamp box Scottish, circa 1880, with ivory handle and labelled Stuart, 8 cm wide

Hermes, Sanguine 'Ghillies Birkin' bag, swift leather and toile with palladium hardware, stamped 'Hermes, Paris, made in France', date stamp 'Q', complete with padlock, keys, clochette, rain jacket, dustbag and box, protective seals intact, width 40 cm

A rare Victorian Mauchline and Tartan Ware, landscape painted fitted box, by C.Stiven & Co., with Royal Warrant, the cover painted with panel depicting a country manor opening to reveal fitted tray with compartments in sychamore with ivory handles, the pen

An antique Korean hat box, makers stamp on inner lid, bronze hinges and latches, chip to top leather 36 cm high

Antique writing set, cigarette box manacles, toy skittles, vintage torch, mercury thermometer and stamp collection.

Box various stamp books including Americas cup, the Colonial collection etc

Two wooden Filing boxes and stamp box, including front lidded box; letter rack; and small wood stamp box. Height 20 cm. Diameter 40 cm (box)

Four various vintage stamp albums and a box of loose stamps

A rare Victorian oak letter post box, c.1871 -1880, with makers stamp by, Halstaff & Hannaford 228 Regent St London. Domed crystal top with John Wilder (1801-1892), armorial coat of arms. The central box has a lockable letter chamber with lower stamp drawe

An Edwardian hanging oak stamp box dispenser. Length 24 cm Depth 23 cm height 19 cm.