I am reading Jonathan Rabb's book "Among the Living". In the story, a rabbi looks at a Havdalah spice box, specifically at the Hebrew lettering on the inscription. The rabbi says that the letter gimmel is in the wrong place, because non-Jews did the craftsmanship and they did not read Hebrew. I know that the spice box is the besamim box. What letters are on a typical spice box? What words do they represent? Is the letter gimmel one of those letters?