This charming little suitcase, though well traveled, is looking for new adventures.
Petite in size, but big enough to hold clothing for a weekend get away, storing work files, books, knitting or for display - you'll find it handy and easy to use. The green and white trim exudes classic vintage charm.
Made by the Neevel Manufacturing Luggage Company, St. Louis, Mo., which began in 1934 manufacturing various luggage collections as well as footlockers during WWII. Neevel merged with another luggage company in 1975 and essentially disappeared.
- ONE small green vintage suitcase (as shown)
In good used vintage condition. Overall exterior surface wear, with scuffs, scratches, discoloration and light soil, as expected for luggage that is 80 years old. The dark green edges appear to be leather. The brass tone hardware is tarnished and darkened but works well and closes securely. Key is missing. Plastic handle in good condition. The interior is lined with cardboard and a satin pocket which has lost elasticity. The satin shows soiling and staining. The cardboard interior lining is mostly intact, with some curling and separation around edges and corners. Loss of carboard surface on inside bottom (from tape?) and a few small tears on top interior are present.
- Materials: cardboard, plastic, brass tone metal, leather
- Color: Green, ivory, brown, grey
- Dimensions: 15" x 11" x 6.5"