IC 3088 is another star in the triangle that also includes IC 3085 (which see). Schwassmann's position falls within 10 arcsec of the star, and his description (vF, vS, li[ke] * 14) is appropriate for it. Wolfgang takes the third star in the triangle 25 arcseconds north as the IC object. While I think that this is less likely, it is perhaps possible. It may be that both stars are involved in Schwassmann's object. We'd have to look at his plate, but it may no longer exist.