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Leather travel case or valise with a name carved in the front.
Very small.
It has a cross pattern on both sides, two leather straps with buckle, metal lock & two leather handles.
Floral pattern lining.
Has a pocket with two leather and metal buckles that were used to hold clothes in place.

Historical information

Valise used by Syreds at Bejording, donated by Mrs E Syred.



Registration number
Item type
30 cm
Height or length
56 cm
22 cm
Inscriptions and markings

Mrs. W Syred North, Newcastle

Statement of significance

Provenance: 1962 lists states Valise used by Syreds at Bejording, donated by Mrs E Syred.

Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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