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    Colorful, Large Officer's Grade Haversack. This substantial haversack measures about 12" tall by almost 14" wide. The detachable 1" wide black leather strap has a deep red leather backing and an ornate buckle that retains almost all its original yellow paint. A matching smaller closure buckle, also painted yellow, is fixed to the bottom of the body. The gently flared flap is edged with two rows of decorative stitching and bound in sky-blue leather, with a fastening strap affixed by a copper rivet at the bottom. The body is made of glazed leather and divided inside into three sections constructed from tarred canvas. The large interior bag closes by means of a leather strap and roller buckle, both of which are present. A very utilitarian yet attractive piece of privately purchased equipment.

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    June, 2009
    25th Thursday
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