sampler; case (general & multipurpose)

Embroidered sampler in a 1950s replacement case. The case opens to reveal the sampler under glass set in a copper alloy surround. The embroidered inscription, in dark pink thread on cloth, reads: ' Lord be praised this 20th day of June, 1791, was cured of the vapours my dear sister Miranda, cured by the help of God, and the curer of all ills, James Hallett'. The oval case is made of green leather with a green velvet lining.
label: pale blue with black type

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