The Germans had Markus Wolf, the Americans William Colby, the English and the Russians Kim Philby ... and the French secret service had L. Brunet! The trunk belonged to a certain L. Brunet sent to Morocco by the French intelligence services. No one knows that his trunk or carried as secret as improbable gadgets documents, but here we are before a nugget full of stories to tell. The trunk is made of wood, the lid is covered with zinc, to seal. It was certainly used as a car trunk. Letters and crescent moon are hand-painted on the facade, which reflects a slight lack of discretion for a spy!
The car trunk is solid wood. It has channels on the back to allow its attachment to a vehicle. She is old, beautifully patinated. Wood is healthy, it has been waxed and protected.
78cm length, 38cm long and 41cm high.