Medieval period Packs & Bags.

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John McDouall Stuart
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1480 France.jpg1480 France.jpg2.jpgSnapsack #1.jpg
The snapsack in use 1480ad.
14th century stone carving.jpgFassing bag, shoulder bag, snapsack, sausage bag,.jpgFassing bag-snapsack,sausage bag-shoulder bag.jpgMarket Wallet 2 REDUCED.jpg
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..jpg
One of the panels at the church of St.Wolfgang in South Tirol, Austria.
Havresac Double.jpg
A Havresac Double of similar design.
Les Lamentacions monseigneur sainct BERNARD 1474 Français 1 DETAIL 2.jpg
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 scri.jpg
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.
Early to mid 18th century civilian haversack with leather carry strap & pewter buttons..jpg
Haversack 1700s-1800s.
Keith.
 
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