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1840's - 1850's  Rare style 26" Leather Stagecoach Trunk  - Furniturein Furniture
1880's - 1890's Round Top Saratoga Trunk - Furniturein Furniture
 1840's -50's 24" Leather Stagecoach Trunk with Slats  - Furniturein Furniture
 24" Leather Covered Roll Top Trunk - Furniturein Furniture
 22" Leather covered Roll Top Trunk - Furniturein Furniture
 1890's  36" Ornate Floral Embossed Tin Dome Top Trunk    - Furniturein Furniture
1885-1890's  33" Ornate Cross slat Barrel Top Trunk    - Furniturein Furniture
1880's  34" French Canadian - George Barrington & Sons Montreal- Flat Top Trunk  - Furniturein Furniture
1870's  32" Pure Zinc Turtle Top - barrel stave Trunk - Furniturein Furniture
1880's+  30" Alligator Beveled Flat Top Trunk - Furniturein Furniture

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  1. Thanks Fatboy64 I wish it had the interior intacted like yours!
  2. Thanks for the love FatBoy64 & MountainGirl
  3. Thanks for the love there Drill!!
  4. No I didn't Marvin, Thanks for the info it is greatly appreciated. With some of these oddities they need a pro to tweek ones understanding. Thanks again for taking the time.
  5. Excellent job there MNNorth!! Really Nice! It reminds me of a trunk I don't have...lol
  6. Nice one again there Brian, the triple slat is a nice look and very descent condition certainly doesn't hurt.
  7. Nice one Brian!!
  8. Thanks for the loves!! to FatBoy64 MountainGirl Lady_Picker & AnnaB
  9. Thanks yougottahavestuff, trunkman for the love and drill gets two thank-you's because he gave me extra stuff..lol All much appreciated.
  10. Thanks Drill for the great info and for the love!!
  11. This dish has a neat opalescent or Vaseline glass edging. When I find this type of piece I first stick it under a black light and see what happens. A display with the correct pieces, also being more t...
  12. Thanks bobby725, officialfuel , yougottahavestuff ,Vynil33rpm for the loves and looking!!
  13. Bottom right forth picture!! Thanks again! Bobby
  14. For heavens sake!! Duh!! I'll fix that ...Thanks Bobby725
  15. It was made in Sheffield England and date stamped circa 1893. If the Rd# is British it would place it at 1917 which is a little to far away from the makers date and after the fact. If it was north ame...
  16. Thanks Lamplover78 !!
  17. Hey Lamplover78, I have admired yours many times. It is the oldest I have seen so far. Your very fortunate to have a piece of this age and condition. Great find indeed!!
  18. Great job as always Brian ..you certainly didn't waste anytime did you. I am sure the all wood foundations are less involved, unless of coarse they are painted as your other one. The zinc is a nice c...
  19. Hi Brian, A 30" that's a good question. I went back to check the size of the small red one I have listed and it was a 32". I remembered when handling it that it was small but no, not a 30. The one I ...
  20. Thanks FatBoy64 !!
  21. Thanks Mike78 !!
  22. Thanks for the loves!! mtg75 & crswerner
  23. Thanks so much Guys & Gals!! Its a real pleasure just to be able to share these trunk images with you!! officialfuel farmlady LA_Woman00 fortapache greendog trunkman blunderbuss2
  24. Thanks Guys!! Mike78 fortapache blunderbuss2 officialfuel trunkman Watchsearcher greendog
  25. Thanks for the love Guys! Always appreciated!! Mike78 fortapache blunderbuss2 officialfuel kwqd trunkman
  26. Thanks for the love Guys!! Mike78 EJW-54E fortapache officialfuel blunderbuss2
  27. Thanks so much to all for the loves and comments!! Mike78 EJW-54E kwqd officialfuel farmlady LA_Woman00 greendog fortapache blunderbuss2 yougottahavestuff trunkman Watch...
  28. Thanks to all the Guys and Gals for the love and comments!! officialfuel farmlady fortapache blunderbuss2 yougottahavestuff trunkman Mike78
  29. Thanks for the loves and comments Guys and Gals!! Drill Mike78 EJW-54 officialfuel farmlady greendog fortapache blunderbuss2 yougottahavestuff trunkman
  30. Thanks to all for the Loves!! farmlady bjb5859 officialfuel Vynil33rpm Sylvester22 trunkman EJW-54 Mike78 greendog Watchsearcher Johnsmith fortapache blunderbuss2
  31. Thanks again Drill, I have learned to recognize that hinge & lock from one you sent before without having to check my patent files, so your efforts for me at least, are never in vain...lol ..Its great...
  32. Thanks for the fine effort Drill. Maybe he sourced his hardware from France as the one piece is marked Paris & he was French, so could very well be. Looks like, as mentioned, he is mimicking the more...
  33. Very nice a to get a 36" & with the MM hardware Brian. Nice Find!!
  34. Hey Thanks Brian, I was under the impression that the band and button format regardless of shape was still termed a Jenny Lind. But I see from looking a Legacy trunk page that this style as you said i...
  35. Thanks so much for the info Drill. I haven't heard from you in such a long time, I was honestly getting concern if you were ok or not. Nice to hear from you and I can now put those concerns behind me....
  36. Hey Thanks for the love trunkman!! You know,... I wish all trunks were simply made in a 24" and 22" format they are so much easier to move around and take up way less room..lol
  37. Thanks Sylvester22 ! I am sure it will clean up nicely, when I get to this one.
  38. Trunkman your to funny!! Yes a lot of the hardware was a surprise when viewed in person. This is a first for me regarding all hardware on this trunk, but for the brass trim which my Moynat trunk has....
  39. Thanks trunkman, This item has been listed for about a year and a half, I am not usually that part of the province to get it, but ended up close to it, so I made an honest effort to finally get my han...
  40. Brian, I'll trade you even for a MM wood slat dome top...I think you may have just gotten one in No? ...LOL Thanks Brian!! & Mike!!
  41. Yes trunkman, a rare one, this is the only one I have actually seen offered in Canada let alone in person. I was thrilled to see it for sure, along with my favorite hardware and condition!!! Right up...
  42. Thanks guys for the comments and the loves greatly appreciated!! trunkman EJW-54 Mike78 greendog Watchsearcher John...
  43. Wow!! Indeed..Great find...one that has still eluded my grasp!..lol I picked up last week a pure zinc trunk from the 1870's Brian that has the very same "trunk collection" litho in the lid. Not sure...
  44. Great trunk and case, nice color flavor!! I picked up a Horstmann & Sander-Hannover bentwood trunk last week also out of Germany. Do you have any info on this maker. Thanks if you do!
  45. How big is it? Without a makers label you will never know who made it. Date could be anywhere from 1880 - 1920's regardless of the 1872 patent date on the latches. If one was to pay fifty dollars for...
  46. Great stamped tin hardware! never seen that before.. But your date... I know you have based on the patent dates. However.... the visible patent with no number belongs to the cross slat patent which wa...
  47. Nice find Greendog !! And Wow!! All the hardware is different than one normally see's. I was going to say those pieces look like brass, then I read your description. I am sure you will do a fine job o...
  48. Thanks for the love bjb5859 ...I skipped you some how Sorry!!
  49. Thanks so much myoldkyhome!!
  50. I have many trunks with a number on the handle like this. The significance of this number from what I have learned is pretty much zero. Could be a customer identification mark from voyage, train etc.....
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