Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920
Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920
Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920
Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920
Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920
Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920
Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920
Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920
Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920

Goyard Cabin Trunk, circa 1920

A fine chevron pattern canvas, leather and all-brass trimmed Malle Cabine (cabin trunk), with brass handles, brass locks and studs.  Also with the original brass plaque.  The trunk is in exceptional original condition.  The original bright chevron pattern bears the monogram H.W.  Retailed in New York.  French circa 1920.
GOYARD is a French trunk and leather goods maker est. 1854 in Paris, France.  Since Goyard’s inception some 160 years ago, the trunk and bag maker has maintained a mysterious and impressive reputation based on quality and prestige. Goyard’s clientele included royalty such as the queens of Greece and Yugoslavia becoming customers after WW2.  The Duke and Duchess of Windsor purchased their first Goyard goods in 1939. Today Goyard remains as mysterious as ever shunning the press, social media, advertising and digital sales all the while maintaining the status of one of the most coveted brands in the world.
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