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Packard Trunk, need help
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I bought this Packard Trunk and I need help in Identify the trunk. I also need to know where I can buy supplies to restore the trunk. I hope you can see the pictures.
The trunk is covered in black leather with a diamond shape up front.
The locks say,USA Excelisour Stanford, Conn
number 121 Patent number is 1552678

The is no other emblems or stickers.
Thank you Linda
Please e-mail me at hers8@aol.com

Posted on: 2011/8/23 15:33
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A picture is worth a thousand words!

Posted on: 2011/8/23 15:47

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Re: Packard Trunk, need help
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Hi Linda (hers8), welcome to PackardInfo.com.

The mentioned --> diamond could indicate a box made by Kam-Lee.

[picture source: 1934 Accessory Catalog via PackardInfo.com]

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Posted on: 2011/8/23 15:50
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Re: Packard Trunk, need help
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A pic of the trunk in question is in this thread on the AACA Site, along with West's response.

Posted on: 2011/8/24 3:52

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