Thursday, 11 April 2013

Oshkosh Vintage Travel Trunk - A Journey to Paris

A journey to Paris and the romance of vintage travel. Luggage once owned by a rich diamond merchant.

1. Vintage Travel Case 
2. Photograph women at window via
3. Paris Postcard by Trisha Brink Design
4. Vintage Travel Case, inside draws 
5. Vintage Map Photograph via
6. Vintage Travel Case, inside clothes rail 
7. Women in green
8. Photograph of vintage telephone via
9. Vintage Travel Case 
10. Paris in the rain photograph via
11. Vintage Travel Case metal logo 
12. The Oshkosh Trunk Company
13. Woemn on Train via
14.  Informal Daywear by Lelong, 1934 George Hoyningen-Huene
15. The Oshkosh Trunk Company

Oshkosh Trunks - Two factories, one in Madison, the other in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Started business in 1912. They made suitcases, wardrobes, and smaller bags. Built to last, and very attractive.

Available to view at No21 Vintage Interiors at 12, Market Place, 
Shepton Mallet. Somerset. BA4 5AZ. UK


  1. Great post.
    That trunk manufacturing factory has completed a century. Congrats to all contributors.
    It is not mentioned here, but were these trunks made in Brettuns Village?

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