A Chanel Flap Bag in supple lambskin leather. The Flap Bag has a storied history: it was first debuted by Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel in the '50s and then later re-envisioned by Karl Lagerfeld in the '80s. In 2005, Lagerfeld rereleased Coco's original 2.55 design as the Reissue (2.55 refers to the month and year—February 1955—of Coco's original design). The Flap Bag comes in many different styles. The most common materials are calfskin, lambskin, and caviar, though it is available in more exotic leathers such as lizard and ostrich. The most common sizes are Mini, Small, Medium, Large/Jumbo, and Maxi. Lagerfeld's design—to which this particular bag belongs—features a leather-woven chain strap and the always-popular Double-C turnlock closure, while Coco's design has a chain (sans leather) strap and the iconic Mademoiselle lock.
Overall: The exterior leather is in excellent condition overall, with only a handful of barely noticeable scratches and scuffs. There are more noticeable scratches on the leather underside of the flap and the leather used in the interior (near the opening). Both the interior textile and hardware show no conspicuous wear.
Accessories: Includes dust bag.
Please note this is a previously owned item. Unless otherwise stated, it may not be in absolutely flawless condition. We provide very detailed pictures and provide an overall rating to help in describing the condition of this item. The size, measurements and picture of this item on the mannequin will assist in showing the scale of this bag.
Date code/serial no.
9.5 (width) x 6 (height) x 4 (depth)
Sliding leather-woven chain strap
Strap drop (in)
10 (double); 19 (single)
Black lambskin leather
One flat pocket
Three compartments; two flat wall pockets; one zipped wall pocket
Turnlock flap closure
Gold-tone metal hardware
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