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Pouches, Bags & Boxes

A collection of pouches and cartridge boxes that were used in the 17th and 18th centuries


Product Image Item Name+ Price
18th Century Cartridge Box

18th Century Cartridge Box

This is a Cartridge box as seen in numerous illustrations of the military in the 18th Century. It is made using the same general design techniques as the cartouche box that was found aboard the wreck of the Whydah. It is made from Leather and hand stitched together using linen thread. Great for filling up with paper cartridges for living history events or just for stashing wallets, mobile phones, bars of chocolate etc. in out of view of the...
£35.00

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18th Century Powder Bottle

18th Century Powder Bottle

This is a small leather powder or shot bottle based on a surviving example from the 18th century. A powder bottle was used to carry gun powder for firelock weapons in the 17th and 18th centuries. It contained a small amount of gun powder to prime the pan on the lock ready for firing. This one has a wooden stopper that fits snuggly into the top of the flask. It is approx 3" wide and 6" high.
£10.00

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Bollock Pouch

Bollock Pouch

This is a pouch based on the kind worn in the late medieval period but given a late 17th century twist with the leather toggle like was found on the Whydah box. It is made from Leather and stitched together using leather thong. This particular version is made to wear on up to a 2 inch wide waist belt. Great for filling up with period correct items for living history events or just for stashing wallets, mobile phones, bars of chocolate etc. in...
£40.00

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Document Wallet

Document Wallet

This is a leather wallet designed to fit an A4 size document. It features a decorative silver metal lion and crown emblem on the front and a leather thong that ties it shut.
£27.00

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