In excellent condition. Very minor traces of use. Exterior leather has no visible scratches. Minor scratches on gold hardware. No exterior scuffing on leather. Interior of exterior zip pocket has scuffing inside. Can be seen with proper lighting. Interior in very good condition. No stains and no scuffing on the leather. Some creasing on the leather. (please refer to pictures)
Serial code: S-CU-5114
Made in Italy
Handle drop: 3.5"
Interior: 2 slip pockets
Exterior zip pocket
Includes: dust bag and original box (upon request). Box can be shipped with the bag for additional fee due to box measuring 18" x 10.5" x 7". Please make sure to message seller before finalizing the transaction if buyer wants to include box so that additional shipping fee will be applied before checkout. Otherwise, original box will not be shipped.
Strap not included
Grade: BAA (refer to last picture for grade description)
10.5"L x 5.5"W x 9"H
Mon 9/3/18 - Fri 9/7/18 (4-8 days)
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