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Jackson, Michigan

Born and raised in Michigan, worked for Michigan department of corrections for almost 30 years retired 2012, love to golf got into trunks about seven years ago.


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 1880's Martin Maier Trunk. - Furniturein Furniture
1880's Martin Maier Oak Slat Bevel Top Interior. - Furniturein Furniture
Interior,  1880's Martin Maier Oak Slat trunk - Furniturein Furniture
Mid to late 1880's oak slat Martin Maier Resurrection. - Furniturein Furniture
Another Martin Maier comes my way - Furniturein Furniture
Mid 1880's High End Barrel Top Trunk. - Furniturein Furniture
Mid 1880's Martin Maier Wedding Trunk - Furniturein Furniture
Mid 1880's Barrel Top Trunk - Furniturein Furniture
Another F. Eggeman & CO. trunk late 1880's - Furniturein Furniture
Early 1880's Martin Maier Octagon Top / Bevel Top - Furniturein Furniture


  1. Thanks Tom, appreciate it very much.
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  3. Thank you Vynil33rpm, WillysVA, and MALKEY, appreciate it.
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  6. Thank you fortapache and Kwqd, appreciate it.
  7. Thank you, yougottahavestuff and blunderbus2, appreciate it.
  8. Thank you officialfuel and AntiqueToys, appreciate it.
  9. Very common trunk from 1880's to 1890's, I see you have it posted on Facebook for sale, so coming from your great grandfather doesn't mean much to you, it's not worth 1/10th of what your asking, but g...
  10. Also FYI, this is not a steamer trunk, this was a travel trunk, a steamer trunk was of a specific size and shape, usually no more then 14 inches high and around 30 to 36 inches long, they were designe...
  11. Definitely not before 1890 and I would say early 1900's, just looking at the hardware on it, this style of trunk wasn't made until later, 1890's to 1900's this is a very common style trunk made by hu...
  12. not much, this particular trunk is not highly sought after by collectors, sorry.
  13. This is a monitor trunk aka a waterfall trunk, front and back edges rounded, probably from late 1890's to early 1900's, without a makers label hard to say who the maker was.
  14. Thank you SEAN68, appreciate it.
  15. Thank you RichmondLori, appreciate it .
  16. Well it dose look European, the metal handles say European, the front latches look similar to J.H. sessions which are cast metal these look like they are stamped metal, the canvas looks to me to be co...
  17. Thank you Vynil33rpm and ho2cultcha, appreciate it.
  18. Thank you usedcarlady, appreciate it.
  19. Thank you Beachbum58.
  20. Thank you SherwoodTrunks.
  21. Thank you SherwoodTrunks.
  22. Thank you SherwoodTrunks.
  23. Thank you AntiqueToys, appreciate it.
  24. Personally I would refinish it, but that's just me, I say if this trunk had some type of historic connection or belonged to someone famous and could be proven, than preserve it, if not than its just a...
  25. Thanks Tom, appreciate it.
  26. Also , this is an American made trunk and because of new found research by fellow trunker's on this site, this style of trunk was made from early 1840's to early to mid 1870's. still not sure of the l...
  27. No, this is not a steamer trunk, this is a Jenny Lind trunk, my guess would be very late 1860's to early 1870's you can always tell a Jenny by it's bread loaf or hour glass shape looking at the end of...
  28. Thank you Mrstandall, appreciate it.
  29. Thank you GateKeeper. appreciate it.
  30. I agree with Drill early 1900's, american made, if it came from France with your grandmother, it was sent there by american trunk makers, the trunk is not original, the interior has been redone and th...
  31. Thank you crswerner, appreciate it.
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  41. Thank you Alleycat1 for your comment but I don't consider myself a master, I make mistakes all the time and learn something new with every trunk, thanks again.
  42. Thanks Ben, Drill, aura and officialfuel, appreciate it.
  43. Thank you Damon, appreciate it very much.
  44. Thank you TheGateKeeper, appreciate it.
  45. Thanks Drill, appreciate it.
  46. Thanks kwqd.
  47. Thank you RichmondLori, appreciate it.
  48. Very cool Drill, thank you.
  49. Thanks Vynil33rpm.
  50. Thank you MooreAntique, appreciate it.
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