Rare iron or seal to mark the barrels of wines of the nineteenth century. From the castle of a great wine Margaux appellation. It is engraved as follows. Great wine - dauzac castle - viebroock - cte lynch - labarde medoc.
(In view of the inscriptions it bears and the history of the castle, this iron was certainly made around 1841). He is in the coat of arms of Count Lynch. (the count of lynch, mayor of bordeaux under the restoration). Total height: 54cm / height and width of the stamp: 18,5x16,5cm.
I inserted among the photos pages of an old book presenting the wines of Bordeaux which devotes one or two pages to the history of this castle and which brings a light on the markings of this bucket seal. Do not leave your questions unanswered, contact us! The item \The seller is \This item can be shipped to the following countries: America, Europe, Asia, Australia.