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Trunk

Trunk

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This trunk is constructed from wood, metal, fabric, leather, and paper. This is a typical steamer trunk of the early 1900's. History is unknown.

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013.21.49

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Latch

Latch

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Latch (for luggage) This latch was found inside the Queen's Royal Regiment Trunk and appears to have originally been affixed to the front right area of the trunk.

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014.18.01b

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Nail

Nail

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Home made square headed nail. Found inside the Queen's Royal Regiment Trunk while cleaning. I do not believe this item was used in the construction of the trunk as I cannot find any others in the actual trunk body.

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014.18.01c

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Nail

Nail

Description:

Home made square headed nail. Found inside the Queen's Royal Regiment Trunk while cleaning. I do not believe this item was used in the construction of the trunk as I cannot find any others in the actual trunk body.

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014.18.01d

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Queen's Royal Regiment Trunk

Queen's Royal Regiment Trunk

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The Queen's Royal Regiment was a regiment of the English and later British Army from 1661 to 1959. It was the senior English line infantry regiment of the British Army, behind only the Royal Scots in the British Army line infantry order of precedence. In 1959, it was amalgamated with The East Surrey Regiment, to form a single county regiment called The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment. Following further amalgamations the lineage of the regiment is continued today by the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment. This trunk was found and salvaged at the Pemberton dump by Niki Madigan (Curator) and donated to the Museum. It's history is unknown..

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014.18.01a

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