Fleur De Lise Leather and Cloth Haversack Shooting Bag

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 30,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
Pictured is a repro of a beautiful haversack/hunting pouch of the early Federal period . This bag was made by Kenny Robertson and is an excellent example of his ability to re-create works of art from the past. It measures approximately 11" X 12 1/2" and is of the early square shape. The bag is constructed of elk hide and covered in a cotton fabric with a fleur de lise pattern . The entire bag is lined with 100% black wool. T is a leather pocket covered in the same fabric on the inside. All edges are bound in leather and the entire bag is hand-sewn with linen thread.

The bag has been antiqued with natural walnut dye, authentic to the period, to give it that much sought after, used look . The bag is then protected and water proofed with a traditional recipe of bear grease, mink oil, etc. etc.

The strap is 100% black wool on both front and back . The strap measures approximately 2" x 48". T is a leather fluer de lise sewn on the strap. The strap is also hand-sewn with linen thread.

Kenny's art is highly collectible and eagerly sought. This would be a beautiful addition to a F & I War or Revolutionary War collection and is fully functional and can be used with your favorite muzzleloader.

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