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Belgian Army Haversack, messenger bag, 1950s

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by guygardner, Nov 18, 2012.

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  1. guygardner

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    Very strong canvas haversack from the Belgian Army, circa 1950s. This is the Belgian version of the English WWII haversack. The bag has a divider inside (see photos). Much sought-after for a small messenger bag, camera bag, etc. This bag is made of very strong/thick cotton canvas. This bag is decades-old but is still in excellent condition. ASKING $55 SHIPPED IN CANADA OR USA.

    Length: 11 inches
    Width: 5 inches
    Height: 11 inches
    Strap drop (for messenger bag strap): 17 inches
     

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