Thanks for your fast answers, Leni & Gareth
On Bob HallĀ“s Homepage are some weights from the Josephinen Glassworks, in which some canes are look similar to the ones in this weight. But this kind of Base I never see before on Bohemian Paperweights. Also one other of my Bohemian weights has more a little yellow shadow in it.
In the Book from George N. Kulles (Identifying Antique Glass Paperweights, The Less Familiar) in the chapter about the Questionable Early Clichy, there are also some canes wich looks a little bit like the ones in this piece.
Last, I have an early St. Louis weight, which canes a nearly the same, like the green ones in the outer ring of my new Paperweight. Probably they where made from Domenico Bussolin, who sold his canes to french and bohemian Companys, like Sybille Jargstdorf told in her book.
But, like Gareth told, the canes with the bundle of Stars look similar to the ones, wich Baccarat used in there early weights.
Here are some better photos, which I took today. You can see now better which color the glass had, altough, when the light cames from the side there is a light grey shadow in it.http://web888.can13.de/webbrowser/weight2/index.html
Looking forward to hear the Opinion from other experts :-)
Many greetings from Germany