John McDouall Stuart
- Apr 29, 2011
- Reaction score
- New England NSW
The snapsack in use 1480ad.
The Market Wallet, also known as a Fassing Bag in the 14th century.
One of the panels at the church of St.Wolfgang in South Tirol, Austria.
A Havresac Double of similar design.
Les Lamentacions monseigneur sainct BERNARD 1474 Français.Detail of a belt pouch.
German Pilgrim Scrip 15th cent. Closeup of a period painting-illumination showing a pilgrim scrip. This item is basically the same as what we call a Haversack. Some just had a plain flap closure with no securing strap & buckle.