Hungarian Single Case


This Hungarian case construction matches one held in the Kiscelli Museum, Budapest, as visited in June 2019. The case has 129 boxes and has a distant similarity to the Austrian case shown by Niel in 1925, although that case has 150 boxes, and allows for the inclusion of small capitals. Both cases are divided vertically into three bays, as is the Czech case of the National Technical Museum, Prague, but that case is also divided horizontally, as if for an 'upper' and 'lower' section. The Kiscelli case has two more rows of small boxes, compared to Neil's one, and one more compared to the NTM case.

The actual lay of the case has yet to be determined.

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This page was written in 2019 by David Bolton and last updated 25 June 2019.