Restitution status: Dubiousness is still to be clarified
Categories: Arts and crafts / Further kinds of arts and crafts
Bread stamp made from elm, disc with a 9.8 cm diameter filled with chip carving: circle subdivided to form 5 square and 4 triangular fields: the center square with circular pattern (interior part broken off), the upper and lower field each contain a wide-bordered cross with the negative lettering
in the left field is a cross potent, in the right field a cross potent with the negative letters I. X. N. K. On the reverse a round handle with a small procura stamp X. 3. [broken off]. N. Greece.
Former owner according to museum / collection
Provenance according to museum / collection
Collection of Greek embroidery and wood carvings, Arthur Haberlandt from Athens
The procurement of this object in Athens by Director Arthur Haberlandt and its transport was only made possible by the German Embassy in Athens. However, no documentary evidence exists to prove its provenance or any form of payment. Therefore, this object is to be considered looted/expropriated.