As Is- missing bow and the pusher, dented, no movement CASE ONLY
marked FAHYS COIN No 1 03682 (interior marked 4A 03682
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Many Fahys cases are stamped “No. 1” in addition to other identifying markings. However, documentation has yet to appear that indicates just what “No. 1” specifically means when stamped on the inside of a Fahys case. Michael Harrold had once reported on the message board that Fahys registered the “No. 1” in 1878 as part of a larger and more elaborate trade mark, just prior to purchasing the Fortanback case business. At that time the trademark was used on coin silver cases. It seems that the No.1 mark was continued across a whole range of cases, so it may never have indicated a particular grade of goods.