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An oak mule chest, English, 18th century, 85 cm high, 136 cm wide, 57 cm deep

A large George III oak and mahogany crossbanded three drawer mule chest, English, late 18th century, 108 cm high, 168 cm wide, 54 cm deep

Camphorwood trunk, large carved with water Lilly motifs

A 19th century leather bound and brass mounted highly decorative travelling trunk, classic rectangular form with brass side handles, pinned brass capping to corners and large brass studded border bands and decoration including swags and stylised floral ros

A Charles II Laburnum and oak joined chest, circa 1680, Typically formed in two parts, the two plank top above geometric mitre-moulded front on stile supports, 102 cm wide, 54 cm deep, 93.5 cm high

A George III mahogany chest on chest, early 19th century, 175 cm high, 115 cm wide, 53 cm deep

Dome top sea trunk, with fitted interior, 93 cm wide

A Georgian three-drawer bow front mahogany chest, 89 x 106 x 58 cm

A Charles II oak coffer 17th century the front with carved in relief upper frieze over three panel lower section, the interior with candle box height 68 cm, width 119 cm, depth 56 cm

An antique American oak trunk, original lining paper depicting American scenes, condition: original lock and hinges intact, restored condition, 35 x 83 x 54.5 cm

A large English Arts and Crafts oak trunk on bun feet, condition: original cast bronze hardware in tact, original finish, 76 x 122 x 50 cm

19th century cedar lift top trunk, 86 cm long, 49 cm deep 48 cm high

A brass bound colonial cedar sea chest, Australian, circa 1840, 47 cm high, 76 cm wide, 47 cm deep

Georgian oak mule chest, with brass mounts, height 87 cm width 128 cm depth 55 cm

A large Edwardian luggage case, together with a. blue cabin trunk

An early 19th century Italian domed top pony skin trunk, 60 cm high, 113 cm wide, 55 cm deep

Antique tin trunk, approx 36 cm high, 61 cm wide, 37 cm deep

Camphor travelling trunk, with brass fittings, circa 1900, 104 x 55 cm, 46 cm high

A painted Romanian wedding chest, dated 1848. Height 49 cm, width 115 cm, depth 56.5 cm.

A stained pine trunk with iron handles, height 43 cm, width 91 cm, depth 48 cm.

A large Dowry storage chest on a Wheeled base, carved with a floral design, 20th century, the lid opening back & sectioned inside, 68 x 130 x 60 cm

Antique Eastern small trunk, with pierced brass decoration, lid detached, 61 cm wide, 38 cm high

19th century cedar lift top trunk, 90 cm long x 46 cm deep x 43 cm high

Brass bound Kuwaiti lift top trunk with ornate brass panels & decoration, 110 cm long x 49 cm deep x 47 cm high

Miniature French Brittany trunk, approx 10 cm high, 21 cm wide, 11 cm deep

A Nepalese painted marriage chest, 19th century, 70 cm high, 134 cm wide, 51 cm deep

A quality large mahogany brass bound hinge lidded trunk, heavy gauge brass cap corners to the hinged lid, name plaque and latch fittings and lock to the front, brass strap bound corners and side handles, raised on turned legs. 113 cm x 60.5 cm x 71.5 cm

An English oak spear chest, late Tudor period, 17th century, 76 cm high, 190 cm wide, 41 cm deep. Provenance: Purchased in Buxton, UK from antique dealer in late 1960s

A New Zealand carved folk art lidded box with single drawer, dated 1918, 63 cm high, 51 cm wide, 29.5 cm deep

A large pine blanket box, 19th century, 64 cm high, 153 cm wide, 63 cm deep

A ship's trunk lift top box, solid huon pine with blackwood trim, external dovetail joins, oil painting ship portrait inside the lid of the barque 'Ethel' which was originally built in Sunderland in 1876 and wrecked of the South Australian coas

An important museum quality ships cabin trunk, Australian red cedar and whale bone with rope and leather handles, early 19th century, 56 cm high, 100.5 cm wide, 50 cm deep

A striped linen covered and bound trunk, English 19th century, 70cm high, 100cm wide, 57cm deep

An early oak & metal bound chest on wheels, 131 x 64 x 77 cm

A small Georgian rosewood inlaid cylinder top writing chest, the sides with original mirror glass. Single draw base with original brass knobs and key. Curved removable cylinder top with fitted interior and five cut crystal bottles with gilt metal covers. H

English Leather Steamer Trunk, tan leather impressed in crocodile pattern, leather handles to sides, reinforced corners and trim, brass rivets, lock and catch, lined interior, height 60 cm width 58 cm depth 58 cm

English Leather Steamer Trunk, brown leather impressed in crocodile pattern, leather handles to sides, reinforced corners and trim, brass rivets, lock and catch, lined interior, height 60 cm width 58 cm depth 58 cm

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