Hermes Vintage 1992 Tan Ostrich Bolide 35 Bag
Sophisticated and timeless Hermes BOLIDEBAG crafted in tan ostrich skin leather from the 1992 (blind stamp is 'V' encased in a circle).
It features a doomed top with double top rolled leather handles and removable shoulder strap. doomed top with upper zipper closure (this . This model was created by Monsieur Emile Maurice Hermes in 1923 and it was the is the first handbag to ever use a zipper. Covered padlock and key included. The interior is very spacious and it is lined in coordinating leather. We love its design, so classic and very feminine!
- Model: Bolide 35
- Made in France
- Year of production: 1992 ('V' blind stamp with circle)
- Original Hermes shop rceipt included
- Gold metal hardware
- 5 protective bottom feet
Logos & tags:' HERMES' engraved on hardware, 'HERMES Paris - made in France' embossed inside, 'HERMES Paris - made in France' embossed on the shoulder strap
MODEL: Bolide 35
B :GOOD CONDITION - Some light wear of use - Some wear of use on bottom corners, some darkness on the handles, some pens marks and creases on the internal lining. Original Hermes store's receipt included.
BAG HEIGHT: 10.75 inches - 27 cm
BAG LENGTH: 13.75 inches - 35 cm
BAG DEPTH: 5.5 inches - 14 cm
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