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A silverplated wood cigar box referencing a gift inscribed "Christmas 1903" that Sigmund Freud received from a patient. This cigar box, included in the Museum's collection, is shown in the exhibition As it were ... So to speak: A Museum Collection in Dialogue with Barbara Bloom" at The Jewish Museum, 2013.Inscribed on the top of this cigar box is the phrase, "Sometimes an inscription is just an inscription." Inscribed on the inside lid is, "Freud 2013." Bloom's signature is engraved on the bottom.
 
Sterling silverplated and wood
Limited Edition of 15


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