H9-37-637

Gentleman’s Travelling Case, 1902

$100.00

Type: Gentleman’s Travelling Case, 1902
Catalogue Number: H9-37-637

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This suitcase originally belonged to a Mr. T. Stevenson, who worked for the Bank of Montreal. His nephew brought it to Winnipeg in the 1920s. The suitcase was made in 1902 by John Pound & Co. of London, England. The bottle tops are silver, made by Wolfsky and Co., and the other items are made with French ivory. The accessories include two boot pulls, two corkscrews, a hair lotion bottle, a manicure case, two straight razors, an ink bottle, a blotter, among many other items.

$100 Artefacts include:

  • 1 year adoption
  • Certificate & photo
  • Personal story/description explaining what the artefact means to you
  • Tax receipt for $100
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