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Seattle Trunk Suitcase and Bag Mfg Pat'd 3-8-21 Steamer

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Seattle Trunk Suitcase and Bag Mfg Pat'd 3-8-21 Steamer trunk. When standing on end the left side has 4 wooden hangers, pants stretcher, clothes keeper with the initial S, butler box, fold over and clasp curtain. The top of the clothes hanging side lifts back to open fully. The 5 drawers on the right side are various sizes. top has 3 compartments, 2nd and 4th have clothes ties in them 3rd has two compartments of two different sizes the 5th is the largest of all. Interior of trunk has a spider web design of blue and gold Exterior leather handle has a symbol that looks like a sail boat with the number 2 ,and on the far side of handle is the number 938 both are embossed into the leather. Trunk hardware both inside and out are in working order. Trunk is extremely heavy and is very good conditiion
Submitted: 10 days ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Doris - dfm925 replied 10 days ago.

Please send me at least one photo of outside and one of interior of trunk.

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