The data by Krisztián are correct.
Marks from Neutra Biedermeier era are well documented.
But the engraving makes no sense.
There was a cardinal with this name in early 17th century Ferenc Forgách de Ghymes cardinal from Hungary,mentioned to have participated in the council of cardinals (Consistory) in Rome 12 October 1607.
Box was obviously made in 19th century.(Biedermeier style, Neutra mark with year and documented maker).
In spite of the fact the cardinal with this name existed the question is who engraved this and why. But we often see engraved 17th century dates to deceive. Was the box more appealing to buy and more lucrative to sell because of the engraving ?