Suitcase - brown leather suitcase. There is one solid leather carry handle on the front. Just above the handle is a flip lock clasp which fits into a spring-loaded lock with a key. Key is missing. On either end is a standard flip clasp to secure the lid of the suitcase. All corners of the suitcase have reinforced protective leather patches riveted into the suitcase. The suitcase has an inner striped lining with a pouch on the inner side of the lid. There are a number of "travel" labels all over the suitcase. The most prominent label being "Huddart Parker Line" allocated to one passenger Mr. I. N. Allright, Second Class, Cabin No.45.
Processed Material/Leather
Processed Material/Metal
Processed Material/Textile/Bark cloth
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Suitcase, 1979.157.2. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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