Royal Army Pay Corps Leather Military Trunk

Originally used by a high-ranking officer in the Royal Army Pay Corps (RAPC) of the British Army (this was the unit responsible for administering all financial matters), this original leather leather traveling trunk is magnificent. Once used for the storage and transportation of his personal possession, it dates to the 1930s. Having been professionally restored to its former glory and re-lined in a heavy duty navy blue cotton drill fabric, today it is in superb condition and fabulous repurposed as a coffee table or an ottoman, with the added benefit of storage. This original leather trunk is highly desirable, practical & decorative piece of furniture that prove very popular with clients.

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Key Information

  • Circa 1930s, George V / V1
  • From the royal army pay corps
  • Fully re-lined in a blue drill cotton fabric
  • 1 available
  • L 86cm D 41cm H 49cm