London, South Kensington
20 November 2012
A LOW TRUNK IN MONOGRAM CANVAS
LOUIS VUITTON, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
Leather and brass bound, mounted on castors, with metal handles and a diamond monogram, the number '5' painted beneath, to either end, the interior lined in cream linen, with one removable tray, the lid padded, with studded ribbon taping
22 x 43 x 23 in. (57 x 110 x 58 cm.)
The lock stamped 'BTE S.G.D.G. PATENT, LOUIS VUITTON, 1 RUE SCRIBE PARIS, LONDON 454 STRAND' and numbered '011591', the interior labelled 'LOUIS VUITTON, 1 RUE SCRIBE PARIS, 149 NEW BOND ST. LONDON' and numbered '135658'
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Please note that this trunk is mounted on castors.
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