An interesting early 20th Century correspondence cabinet made by Waterlow and sons of London. The company was a major engraver and printer of banknotes and postage stamps from 1810. It was acquired in 1960 and ultimately dissolved in 2009.
This cabinet has had repairs done to its lid and is well used. The interior is fully intact, and the side drawer in good condition. The original lock and hinges remain but there is no key. The lid is missing the brass lozenge that would originally have been there.