The leather is wonderful, not yet fully softened but just gaining a fabulous patina that will richen and deepen with time and use.
Lots of light marks and patina throughout, a scratch to the reverse and a couple of pen catches to the inside of the reverse top flap, (all captured in the Photo Gallery below) there is a light impression to the back of the bag from the shoulder strap in storage which will lift out with use.
The shoulder straps are slightly softened, (not darkened or stretched) and the inking (sealant around all the seams of the bag) is a little tacky, as does happen with time on these bags. The corners display the usual formation, (they don't each make a 90 degree angle, its just the way these bags are made).
All stitching and studs are fully intact and the interior is clean, self-lined in suede with a side zipped pocket, (no serial number on this one as Mulberry weren't putting them on when it was made)