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Here's a pic of Ken's quivers, Thanks Ken and please elaborate on them

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The Northwoods is definately one of my favorites. A St. Charles X Nimrod hybrid kinda.

Awesome stuff. Nice file BTW [Wink]

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Earl E. Nov...mber
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Darly,
Thanks for posting the picture.
I believe the Northwoods was only offered in one year, 1960, as Doc said it's a bit of a hybrid. This one is very clean, but the previous owner, modified the straps, so they had to be redone.
The Western is I believe about 1956, with the file and knife scabbards, and pencil slot.. Not all Westerns had them. Both are probably 8+ on a 1-10.

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Oh yeah that little gem of the 1960 StCharles,Nimrod,Northwoods cobo.Now thats a cool quiver...But the real highly collecter model is the black and white unborn calf skin for 1959 I beleave it was......Now I would love to see a pic of one of them too...great thread dudes great thread.....bowdoc
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Well it seems all us real guys have Nimrods-right?
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Mine's complete with Glenn's signature, top hat, knife, and of course who could forget the 'broom-handle' file!
Trap looks like our file handles are 'cut from the same broom'?

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That's a beauty Bjorn, I definately need to make a storm cap for mine. It really 'tops' it off.

Keep em Coming fellas, Trap

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Earl E. Nov...mber
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Grains definitely different.. Still not right :^)
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Well we let this one slip by. I've seen rougher sell for more. 250307993156
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some vintage Bear back quivers....


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1960 display box with Bear tape on quiver...

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Very Nice Chuck [thumbsup]

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This is my hunting set-up for 2009 (A refinished 64 Kodiak may have its turn)A 1965 Kodiak 60" 50# , a Bear, Indian in the Canoe back quiver with the top of an old bow quiver added the keep the Easton Legacy arrows from bumping around.
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OUTSTANDING QUIVERS GUYS [thumbsup]

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TonyW,

I sent you a PM about the spring arms you wanted.

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Thanks Lon - just read it
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