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    Posted 3 months ago

    Bshears
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    Just picked this up and am trying to figure out exactly what I have any help plea anything would be appreciated

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    1. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 3 months ago
      Welcome to CW!! You should get an answer soon. Lot's of trunk people here!!
      Stuff
    2. greendog greendog, 3 months ago
      Barrel top trunk, I would say late 1880's to early 1890's, for me the coolest part of the trunk is the lock , I believe by the star lock co. not sure on the patent date, the cross hole latches on the front were patented in 1882 but were used into the 1900's pretty common trunk for the time, made by many trunk makers, if it doesn't have a label in it hard to say who the maker was, hope this helps.
    3. fortapache fortapache, 3 months ago
      I was thi9nking it looks like something greendog would restore.
    4. Bshears Bshears, 3 months ago
      So what would be a value and thanks for your help
    5. Gillian, 3 months ago
      Values, prices etc. are not discussed within CW.
    6. greendog greendog, 3 months ago
      in it's day this was a very plain inexpensive trunk and unfortunately it has very little monetary value today.

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