Own a piece of mid century modern travel history! These are wonderful for storage and make even more unique pieces of furniture. Author Ian Fleming immortalized Hartmann luggage in his 1954 novel, Live and Let Die, as James Bond carried a lightweight Hartmann Skymate suitcase almost everywhere (the middle size one of our three). They were owned by a Chicago advertising exec—surely Mad Men’s Don Draper would have loved them!
The travel case and large “trunk” are in great condition. The medium size one is more beat up. They are personalized with brass initials “CDA”.
Elle Decor showed these set up on hairpin legs as side tables, they have been dropped onto rolling bases (in Domino) for use as coffee tables, and we have used them stacked as shown as an end table with storage. The large “trunk” is great for storage, too. The travel case is in perfect condition, with plastic loops for holding the cosmetic bottles, etc.
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