An antique Ernst Georg Zimmerman of Hanau Germany, also known as "Verlag E.G. Zimmermann" key cabinet. Cast iron with a bronze finish, German made,in the Rococo style locking cabinet. It is believed the company was established in 1842 and became renown for their fine and delicate cast iron and brass products, which were often exported to the U.S., but even reached the Czar's court in Moscow. There are ten hooks numbered 1-10 on the inside of the cabinet and several markings. On the inside cover is the number 15189 believed to be the design style number of the piece, on the back the word Depose can be seen as well as what's believed to be a foundry mark that says Carpe Diem. There is no key and some oxidation on the back as shown in the photo.
Front: 9-1/2" wide by 14", Back: 6-1/4" wide by 8-3/8", 1" Recess.
This item is in good overall condition with minimal wear to finish appropriate for the age of the item, there is some oxidation on the back and no key.
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