Vintage Dreadnought Small Travel Case
A single top wooden handle true bintage 'Dreadnought' gentlemans travel case.
Patterned paper-lined interior, that does have tears and damage due to its age/wear, but could easily be replaced if you desired.
It has the previous owner's name 'M. Jeffery Welburn' written inside the case lid and that he came from York. A lovely bit of history.
'British Manufacture' label inside.
Two clip closures with a twisting locking mechanism. Rusty but still functional, the left clasps spring is prone to snapping open but the right clasp ensures the case remains closed.
This case does have some wear and tear due to its age, but it adds to its charm! It could be brightened up if you used some restorative polish on its exterior to revive it.
A great original vintage accessory. These little cases are great for guys to carry their clobber around at vintage events.
The case measures approximately 9" inches tall, 14" wide, and 5" deep. The handle measures 5" long.
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