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17th & 18th Century Packs & Bags.

Le Loup

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Knapsack_market_wallet_3.jpg

My knapsack with blanket roll, oilcloth & market wallet secured under the flap closure for carrying extra items on a long trek.
Linen_snapsack_used_in_the_17th_18th_centuries_for  _carrying_equipment_clothing_food.jpg

My Snapsack, also known as a Havre Sac.
Detail_Havre_sac.jpg


Market_Wallet_2.jpg

My Market Wallet.
Early to mid 18th century civilian haversack with leather carry strap & pewter buttons..jpg
My Haversack or Scrip.
Keith.
 
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