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A round tortoiseshell box with a crystal intaglio of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) set in the lid. The oval crystal is set in a gold mount. The item is contained in an outer box made from the wood of HMS 'Victory'. The profile is probably based on the De Koster/Whichelo portraits. The box was given by Emma Hamilton to Abraham Goldsmid, the financier, a friend and neighbour who purchased Merton Place from her after Nelson's death.
- Image reference: C3813
- On loan to the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, from Mr Charles Levie