A tan Ostrich travel bag, Parapini. Lockable zipped suitcase compartment to base measuring 45 x 28 x 10cm. Upper slouched compartment with zip closure and inner zipped pocket. Top handles and exterior zipped front pocket. Padlock and keys. Overall dimensio
A Victorian coromandel gentleman's travel case, with a hinged lid, single drawer, an internal pull out compartment & a Bramah London lock. The interior contains ten various sized glass containers, nine with English hallmarked sterling silver lids.
Victorian burr walnut ladies travelling case, brass bound, with fitted interior including sterling silver topped boxes & jars (hallmarked London 1855), manicure set, jewellery compartment & lower writing slope, 30 cm x 23 cm, 17 cm high approx.
World War I leather travelling case. Travelling case bears stencilled inscription 'Lieut. [Aylmer] green 12th Battalion 3rd Inf. Brigade 1st Australian division A.I.F' including file containing photocopies of Lieut. Green's war service details
An Edward VII crocodile skin travelling case containing a hand beaten sterling silver gilt dressing set by C Drew & Co, London 1913 comprising a hand mirror, hair rush, two clothes brushes and seven glass bottles
A fine quality George IV period Coromandel wood dressing case with silver fittings, the various silver canisters, silver lidded glass boxes and jars with ornate scroll framed cartouches engraved with the crest of a bull's head. Halstaff & Hannaford
Louis Vuitton, steamer trunk, monogram canvas, with personalised monogram 'ACW' and numbered '19', wooden reinforcements, aged brass hardware to corners, lock and clasps, two carrying handles in natural leather, small wheels, beige canvas interior with pad
An early 19th century metal bound cabin trunk with brass name plaque '. R.Ashby Esq.'. . Ashby was a ships surgeon in the early 19th century. 45 cm high, 61 cm wide, 40 cm deep. PROVENANCE: Direct family descent
An antique Swiss leather bound vestments trunk, rectangular shape with hinged domed cover, with steel bale handles to either end and decorated with steel decorative nails. Worked with nails to the front with the initials M.D. and dated 1796. 101 cm x 38 cm
A good 19th century camphorwood travel trunk, the one piece top with rounded edge, hinged opening to reveal a plain sectional interior, dove-tailed construction, plinth base, the rope handles supported by angular form blocks, good old character. 107 cm x 4
A rare Victorian mahogany travelling Medicine case, circa 1848-1868, two door and two drawer portable fitted cabinet housing several original paper label glass apothecary bottles, with a hidden compartment to the reverse, 26.5 x 22.5 cm
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