Antique portable filing unit bound mostly in red leather, with tooled gilt decorative details and dating from the early 20th Century. Consists of 4 pivoted card files, each with a sprung document holder. The spine of each binder is bound in leather, and marked A-D, E-K, L-R & S-Z respectively in gilt lettering. Likely used by a solicitor or accountant for keeping clients records tidy when visiting their offices. Some signs of age and use, but a rare survivor in incredible condition considering that these would more often than not be taken from place to place in a normal days work.