Gorgeous c.1910 traveler's wallet and vanity tools, mostly appears to have never been used. A sterling silver cased folding mustache comb might be the most fun implement inside, but there remain 4 of 5 original tools, as you see. So silky smooth in the hand, you'll love just holding this one. Leather is opulently fine quality and excellent condition.
The only part that seems to have ever been used in this superb c.1910 leather tri-fold wallet is the little pocket knife. Of the 5 original implements, one has been lost, seems to have been a bodkin (threading needle/ear wax spoon implement) based on size of loop. The leather is magnificent, supple, soft and undamaged. We didn't polish it at all, so bottom side shows 2 slightly lighter spots from sitting on surfaces, but would easily disappear with a very light fine polish. No cracks, no leather deterioration. Baffle pouch and slotted sections are all fine, including the 2 stamps slips there in front. I can find just a single item flawed: knife has loss to the tortoise shell at tips of handles, and one of original 2 blades is broken off (or I'm not looking at it right - seems like it had a 2nd blade). Measurements noted on our photos.
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