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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

Antique leather bound & studded trim trunk, brass mounts and carry handles to the sides, inscribed central plaque to the top, Ex Leo Schofield collection approx 48 cm high, 104 cm wide, 54 cm deep

Vintage wooden ice chest with chrome handled double doors, approx 107 cm high, 65 cm wide, 45 cm deep

A 17th century English leatherwork chest, with domed hinged lid, profusely decorated with varying sized brass repousse floral pattern and brass repousse flower inspired lock plate. 117 x 56 x 61 cm.

A padouk period blanket box with brass corners, 48 cm high, 98 cm wide, 45 cm deep

George III oak mule chest hinged lid, three raised and fielded front panels within fluted uprights, three drawer below on bracket feet

A rare early 20th century carpenter's trunk with fully fitted interior, original tools. Provenance: Last used on Australian railways, H. Mahoney, 53 cm high, 95 cm wide, 52 cm deep

English mahogany sarcophagus wine chest, with brass handles,48 cm high, 74 cm wide

An unusual decorated marriage trunk, French, early 19th century. 42 cm high, 80 cm wide, 44 cm deep

Colonial cedar blanket box, height 38 cm width 76 cm depth 43 cm

Cromwellian oak sword chest of simple planked construction with hand hammered iron hinges

Stinkwood brass banded Swazl carved wood blanket chest, Cape Dutch, c. 1860, with brass strap hinges, ornate brass escutcheon, raised on large ball feet. Height 79 cm. Length 135 cm. Depth 60 cm. Provenance: The Estate of the late Alida Haskins widow of Sa

Turn of the century domed top saratoga shipping chest. Height 68 cm, width 82 cm, depth 48 cm

A 19th century cedar & kauri pine Australian cabinet makers tool chest with fully fitted interior. 54 cm high, 54 cm deep, 95 cm long

Solid mottled kauri blanket box, the top showing wear. Width 94 cm