Briefcase porn thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by zjpj83, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. My63

    My63 Member

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    Pictures at last This is my Pendragon branded briefcase made by Papworth travel goods who used the Pendragon brand name up to the 1970 s using Papworth until the 1990's when they were taken over by Swaine Adeney

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    20170421_164535[1] by my0771, on Flickr

    Both of the original keys are still working the interior is almost mint.

    [​IMG]20170421_164423[1] by my0771, on Flickr

    This is how it arrived so far I have spent a few hours cleaning the brassware.

    [​IMG]20170422_083247[1] by my0771, on Flickr

    [​IMG]20170422_083208[1] by my0771, on Flickr

    I have started gently cleaning the leather outer cover which has a number of minor dings but they just add character. It has the initials "N S" stamped in gold on the front.

    So if you want a high quality vintage briefcase and your initials are "N S" then give me a shout :)
     
  2. razl

    razl Senior member

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    Thank you for sharing this. I wasn't aware of it and it looks like great reading!
     
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  4. dieworkwear

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    I believe Rutherfords and Glenroyal are around the same price.

    Small nitpick, but surprised the company would use such an uneven hide for their tan briefcase product shot.
     
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    Rutherfords looks good, Glenroyal looks a lot more (though still cheaper than SAB). Yea that product shot for the tan one is definitely not the best.
     

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