I am a new member and my first time posting. Although new I have much respect for those of you that take the time to grow, learn, and appreciate the many different plant, flower and trees. I too love them. I am looking for some information that maybe someone out there can help me with. I was approached a few months back by a lady who was cleaning out her late grand parents attic, she wanted to know if I was interested in a box of old stuff. As a collector of "STUFF" I didn't hesitate and purchased after looking through it quickly. After closer inspection I came across a very old case about the size of a lunch pail with a bunch of tiny vials with which appears to be seeds inside. attached to a leather strap on the case is a tag that reads: "1920's Birch-wood Botanical gathering case and 78 botanical samples brought from Uppsala, Sweden - home of world famous Carl Von Linne's Botanical Garden, University of Uppsala, Sweden est. 1753". Each one of the small glass vial samples measure about 1 and 3/4" long and about 1/4" wide with a attached label with a name which I believe is the Latin name or Swedish name for the samples. I can tell you that these vials and case are very old maybe even older than the 1920's. I know that anyone can attach a tag and write just about anything they want but the stuff that I purchased off from this woman were some great vintage pieces. Again I am no expert but is it possible to still plant these seeds? Will anything grow? Are they worth anything? Would there be of any interest out there? By the way the birch-wood case is really neat and in wonderful condition. There is a reddish type stamp on the inside wooden hinged door but I can't make out what it reads. The inside is like a hollowed out tree with leather straps for the handle, hinges and buckle to keep the case closed. If anyone could provide me some information I would greatly appreciate it. If you think pictures would help I would be more than happy to do so. Thanks so much for taking the time to read!