French 1900s Perpetual Calendar.
The months, dates and weekdays can be changed, they are made of bakelite.
The wooden stand has three compartments to hold the weekday, date and months.
The top part of the wooden stand has a previous repair (as seen).
35 Euros ($47) includes international postage and tax.
Pale yellow with tan color "tears" provencal pottery.
Designed as a "piggy bank".
Fake lid, little handles and swags.
A slot for coins.
These collectible pieces are hard to find as often they were "broken" to collect the money inside.
Apprx. four inches.
35 Euros ($45) includes international postage and tax.
Mourning Envelope Set of 15
In France in the 1800 to the 1900s an envelope traced in black meant one thing.
Mourning letters from that period are of the same, traced in black.
These small envelopes would have held a card, traced in black bearing the name of the person who died. As a prayer card of sort.
15 Envelopes for 10 Euros ($13) international postage and tax included.
I have four sets