A locking coffer in the style of the “Nuremburg Strongboxes” of the 16th and 17th century. While it is not a replica of any particular piece, it has all the salient characteristics of the type – keyhole hidden under the false center hinge, and a lock in the lid with four independent bolts. On this piece, I have also added a secret compartment in the bottom, which can only be opened from inside. While I’ve never seen this feature on period examples, I’m not convinced it was never done before. “There’s nothing new under the sun!”