French Antiques

Late 19th Century French Louis Vuitton Trunk with Provenance

LOUIS VUITTON – Emile RABEC Successor – Late 19th Century brown coated canvas COURIER CASE with old travel labels, iron edges and wooden structure, inside with pink striped paper on a white background, complete with its interior compartment

Provenance: Memories and collection of Armand Lotti (1897-1993), French aviator born in Paris 8 on November 16, 1897 and died on November 28, 1993 in Le Cannet
Among the pioneers of aviation, he is famous for being the sponsor and a participant as a radio of the flight of the Canary Bird in 1929, marking the first French crossing of the North Atlantic, in the West-East direction.




Reference number



France Late 19th Century


Height: 57cm (22.4 inches)
Width: 100cm (39.4 inches)
Depth: 55cm (21.7 inches)

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