An English George IV period two part brass bound best mahogany campaign chest (for military campaign & travel) c 1830 . It is most unusual to find every drawer with the original stamped Bramah lock, the finest unpickable cabinet locks of the day.
Musket ball shot to second drawer front.
The address stamped to the locks of 124 Piccadilly St London & J. Bramah. Joseph Bramah died in 1814, the date of manufacture is therefore before 1837, after which the company was to incorporate a partner as Bramah & Robinson. Original dry waxed finish..
97cm high x 102cm.wide × 52cm deep.
Price inc GST $4, 400
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