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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 four years ago.

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 Early to late 1870's WATKINS, WOLFF & CO'S oak slat trunk. - Furniturein Furniture
Mid 1880's Saratoga Trunk. - Furniturein Furniture
Early 1870's Barrel top. - Furniturein Furniture
1880's Fancy Tin, Butterflies and Flowers. - Furniturein Furniture
1880's Martin Maier Transformation, Before and After. - Furniturein Furniture
Mid to late 1880's Martin Maier, one step closer. - Furniturein Furniture
Romadka Brothers trunk mid 1880's - Furniturein Furniture
late 1880's Martin Maier flattop update. - Furniturein Furniture
Mid to late 1880's Martin Maier, star lock repair. - Furniturein Furniture
late 1880's Martin Maier flat top. - Furniturein Furniture

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  1. Thank you RonM, greendog.
  2. Thank you trunkman, greendog.
  3. Thank you FatBoy64, Drill, greendog.
  4. Thank you JonB, officialfuel, and blunderbuss2, greendog.
  5. Thanks scotty, Im4anythingold, and fortapache, greendog.
  6. As you already know, Martin Maier, from around late 1880's to early 1890's , no earlier than 1887, the metal lid lifter in the picture with the green material was patented in 1887, looks like a corbi...
  7. Sorry AlLThingsOld , but the latches on the front and the corner hardware tell me your trunk is from around the late 1890's to early 1900's, and the nail is not hand forged it is a machine made cut na...
  8. This style of trunk was made in the U.S. and popular from late 1840's up to early 1870's about 25 years give or take a bit, they were never sold as Jenny Lind's, the trunks were given the name many ye...
  9. Very nice jenny Lind, I don't believe the lock and lock plate are the original to the trunk, hard to tell for sure but looking at the picture of the trunk open, it looks to have a piece of tin coverin...
  10. The latches on the front were patented in the early 1880's 82 or 84 , so I would say early to mid 1880's , barrel top, embossed leather covered trunk, obviously on the white star line of ships at one ...
  11. Around 1890's give or take a bit, and that would be Stamford Connecticut, this is a true steamer trunk, most people call all trunks," steamer trunks" not so, steamer trunks were a specific size and sh...
  12. From the latches on the front, I would say late 1890's to early 1900's, greendog.
  13. well htanner16, I personally would not have paid 50 dollars for it, but if your happy with it , that's all that matters, as far as age, the latches on the front were patented in 1872, the tin hardware...
  14. You are very welcome, and thank you for the additional pictures, greendog.
  15. OK, from the trunk latches on the front , I believe your trunk is from around 1890's to early 1900's, it was also what they called a crystallized tin, yours looks to have been gold in color, gold was ...
  16. Thank you, usedcarlady and oldpeep, greendog.
  17. bib5859, has posted some trunks that he recovered in leather, I believe he had the leather laser burned, very nice job, greendog.
  18. Hey Jayday, your trunk is 100% american made, around early to mid 1880's, because of the latches on the front, patented around 1882- 1884 or so, recovering a trunk in leather can be done but it is ver...
  19. Also pictures of inside if possible, greendog.
  20. Without a trunk label, almost impossible to say who made this trunk, the Sessions hardware was sold to and used by dozens if not hundreds of trunk manufactures. I really like the trunk, very nice and ...
  21. Thank you shughs, greendog.
  22. Thank you shughs, greendog.
  23. Thank you very much MountainGril and Lady_Picker, greendog.
  24. Thank you very much MountainGirl and Lady_Picker, greendog.
  25. Thank you sanhardin, Designer, greendog.
  26. Thank you, sanhardin, Designer, bratjdd, greendog.
  27. Thank you, FatBoy64, inky, EJW-54, JonB, greendog.
  28. Thank you, fortapache, Scotty, blunderbuss, officialfuel, Imforanythingold, and KathyKay, greendog.
  29. Thanks Tman, greendog.
  30. Thanks Tman, greendog
  31. Hey, E mail me at mac.greendogs@gmail.com with your phone number so we can talk, greendog.
  32. For instance, this trunk was done in clear finish, but it looks like cherry, greendog.
  33. Thank you, much appreciated, greendog.
  34. Cherry, but it would have look much the same even if I had used a clear finish, the pine on old leather covered trunks takes on a red color from the leather, I've done some in clear finish and they lo...
  35. Cool, very similar, another trunk that will look very nice refinished, greendog.
  36. Thank you all, Imforanythingold, Scotty, Manikin, FatBoy64, AnnaB, fortapache, JonB, officialfuel, and TheGateKeeper, much appreciated. Well Imforanythingold, I have been doing this for about six yea...
  37. Thanks Beachbum, greendog.
  38. Thanks Beachbum, greendog.
  39. Thanks, Beachbum, greendog.
  40. Thanks, Beachbum, greendog.
  41. Thanks, Beachbum, greendog.
  42. Thanks, Beachbum, greendog.
  43. Thanks, Beachbum, greendog.
  44. Thank you, Lady_Picker, greendog.
  45. Thank you, Lady_Picker, greendog.
  46. Thank you, usedcarlady and crswerner, greendog.
  47. Thanks, im4anythingold.
  48. Thanks, sanhardin, chrissylovescats.
  49. Thanks, sanhardin, chrissylovescats.
  50. Thanks, officialfuel, FatBoy64, Antique Toys, sanhardin, chrissylovescats.
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