Royal Corps of Signals Regiment Leather Trunks
Originally used within the Royal Corps of Signals Regiment of the British Army, these original leather traveling trunks are magnificent. Formally the property of a high-ranking officer for the storage and transportation of his personal possessions, they date to the reign of George V , 1910/1920. Restored to near perfect condition they are fully re-lined in a navy drill fabric. Today these trunks are perfect re-purposed as a coffee or bedside tables. Both practical and decorative, these highly desirable leather trunks are covetable pieces of furniture. Always popular with discerning clients, visit or contact Quintessential duckeggBLUE today, as these truly fabulous finds will not be here for long. Sold individually or as a pair, we only have this pair and one other remaining as a matching pair within store.
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- Royal Corps of Signals Regiment of the British Army
- dating to the reign of George V, 1910/1920
- Excellent condition fully re-lined in a navy drill fabric
- Sold individually or as a pair
- H 54cm W 37cm D 37cm