This quiver is really nice. The flap folds up and ties at the top to cover the arrows. While this one is for standard arrows a LARP version would probably be fairly simple to make. - Medieval and Tudor Quivers
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Some of the best known and well-preserved early prehistoric bows come from Scandinavia. These bows were recovered from the site of Holmega...
The Gallowglass Irish Medieval Sword Photos
Type XVIIIb, XVIIIc and XVIIIe longswords: Hanwei Albrecht II, Hanwei Edward III, AT1592, ATrim one-off XVIIIb, ATrim English Knightly Sword, Hanwei/Tinker Longsword, Albion Regent, Windlass Arbedo
Lutel Hand and a Half Sabre - Central Europe, beginning 16th century. Single edged and a little curved grooved blade, decorated guard with a ring, wooden lacquered two-handed grip. Blade 85 cm, width 40mm, weight 1,4 kg.