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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
Victorian walnut fitted travelling toiletry box with Gold plated decoration to top,Folding out fitted interior, with slide-out mirror and silver plate topped lidded jar, together with key.H12.5 X width 25 X l14 CM approx
Men fitted travelling case with hallmarked sterling silver bottles of brown leather, monogrammed 'J W S' to top. Interior consisting of: four hallmarked sterling silver lidded crystal bottles, Birmingham, 1902, all monogrammed 'Jws' ebonised timber clothes
A fitted lady's dressing case the interior with sterling silver and enamelled brushes, manicure implements and lidded jars, date marks for 1936, with original canvas cover. Orignally the property of Mary Isabel Hay Allen, wife of Sir Stephen Allen
An Ortner & Houle crocodile travelling case, makers mark Frederick Purnell, London, circa 1884, the crocodile skin case lined in moire taffeta fully fitted and stamped to the accessories Ortner & Houle 3.St James' St S.W, containing ruby glass scent and va
A calf leather gentleman's travelling case by C. Girand, 20th century, fitted with composition orange brushes, etched glass bottles and other accessories, all with gilt lettering Hb, the case signed 57 Rue de Turbigo, Paris. Width 51 cm
A Victorian coromandel travelling dressing case fitted with silver implements, the silver implements various makers and range in date between 1878 - 1880, the box opening to reveal a steel mounted mirror in the cover above a row of five silver topped star
A white leatherette lady's travelling case by Finnigins, Bond Street, London, with internal removable carry case fitted with sterling silver and ivorine mounted accessories including glass bottles, one adapting to an atomiser, brushes and hand mirror, Lond
1920s crocodile skin cosmetics travelling case with sterling silver and blue enamelled brushes, bottles, powder containers, manicure set, pop out mirror and small crocodile skin container for pins etc, maker A.C, Birmingham 1925
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