Hermes Vintage Crocodile Handbag

Stunning Hermes Vintage Crocodile Handbag: $11,250

This is a truly a rare find! Dimensions: 10.5″x7″x2.5″ (WxHxD), and 6″ shoulder drop.  The inside of the handbag is lined with soft lambskin leather, and there are two separate main compartments.  One with a large snap closure, and the other with side by side pockets.  It includes the original beveled mirror and the matching business card holder.   This is a handbag for the serious collector.

The consignor will be donating the entire proceeds to a trust that will fund college tuition for at risk children.   It’s a Girl Thing will also donate  to the trust as well.

Hermes Vintage Crocodile Handbag




  1. Heather Rees says:

    Is it O.K. to feature REAL crocodile in today’s world? I thought with all the animal activists around it would be considered uncool to sell this. I guess not. Yet, you post an article about boycotting Chinese goods. Think about it. It’s O.K. for you to sell this real crock bag & make a profit but it’s not O.K. for the Chinese to profit? Hmmm.. Sorry, I don’t get it.

    Heather Rees

    • It's a Girl Thing says:

      The Hermes Crocodile purse is a vintage item that was given to my client by her mother, and it’s an item that’s holds a lot of sentimental value for our consignor. Our client will be donating 100% of the proceeds to a trust to send at risk children to college, and It’s a Girl Thing will also donate a percentage of our proceeds as well. So, if you’re asking if we’re okay with selling the item, the answer is a resounding YES!

      As for the “Christmas 2011 – Birth of a New Tradition” posting, the main focus is not about anti Chinese profits, rather it’s all about supporting the local economy and our local businesses.

      • I got the idea that IAGT is supporting local business and our economy.

        As for the purse…when we get on our high horse about animals made into purses and shoes, let’s not forget the cows that give it up a lot more than alligators and other animals. Do you not own any leather? Don’t like it? Don’t buy it! Simple!

  2. What are we to do with vintage furs and skins? Throw them away? I don’t think so. I think we should enjoy them and value the animal that once was.

  3. Heather Rees says:

    Thx. for the info. I have an old fur that was a hand me down & I don’t wear it because of the message it wound send in today’s world. Thanks for clearing this up.

  4. Wow…absolutely beautiful handbag indeed !

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