Trays (Inserts) and Compartments

The following is an example of a small compartment inside the lid of a Saratoga trunk. To the left is a much larger compartment with a removable lid.

The following is an example of a small compartment inside the lid of a humpback trunk. To the left is a much larger compartment with a removable lid.

The following photo shows an example of a picture on a tray lid and a picture inside the trunk’s lid.

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The following photo shows a tray and compartment within a very nice all-leather trunk. The lid compartment is hinged at the bottom, two spring-loaded latches near the top of each side of the compartment keeps it in place when closed. The tray’s cover is flat and covers the entire tray.

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