There is one close-up surface image attached here that I can see on my end. Please add the dimensions and more photos at your convenience.
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3 more images came through on this end, the chest.jpg, 1.jpg and chests2.jpg.
Please add clear, in-focus close-ups of the stamped name.
No rush, that is fine.
Pictures are excellent but the stamp is hard to decipher. Perhaps, a pencil rubbing on paper may pick up the letters on it.
I've been trying combinations of names and I am not yielding any info. Since the stamps are on the metal lock mechanisms, it may just be the maker names for the locks and not the trunk.
By style, it's around 1890.
It is camphor wood.
Let me find comparables for you and send you links of them and their sale prices. I will put those together now and post them here.
The word, done in English letters and not characters is likely for Chinese export. It was not uncommon to find Chinese items in Japan. The absence of a country of origin stamp can help to date it possibly to 1890.
Here are links for you to the highest selling camphor wood trunks and their sale prices, for your records and as comparables:
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