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Heres a picture of a very early Western quiver just as I bought it. It is in good condition and has 1948-53 Michigan Bowhunter pins, Two Ford Archers patches(Ford Motor Company), and a felt NFAA patch.
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…finally, not because I regard fishing as being so terribly important, but because I suspect that so many of the other concerns of men are equally unimportant - and not nearly so much fun. (John Voelker)

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Nice Nimrod there also Mark. Hey that NFAA patch wouldnt happen to have a date on it would it?

Neat quivers, Thanks for sharing.

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No date on the NFAA patch. Regards

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…finally, not because I regard fishing as being so terribly important, but because I suspect that so many of the other concerns of men are equally unimportant - and not nearly so much fun. (John Voelker)

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thanks for the pics. those Ford Motor Co. patches are cool.
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OK, here's a few on mine. First a Kwikee exposed broad head type with latches
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And a Ben Pearson that came with the recent Super K. It has a slide ratchet system that only goes one direction to tighten unless you flip the wire bail off.

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One of my favorites, no makers mark on it but it is highest quality leather with all brass hardware. Its a center of the back model.

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The fletch protector snaps off

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Nice heavy wool rim

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but the very coolest feature is hidden on the bottom back side behind a zipper...

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a half dozen individual bh protector pockets

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Looks like someone took the Nimrod idea and did a little cutomizing or maybe this quiver is where Fred got the idea to make the Nimrod.

Looks like a very high quality back quiver.

Thanks Shaun,

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No kidding thats about the coolest northwoods nimrod combo I ever seen.A good leather maker made that one right down to the broadhead protecter found in the nimrod's...real cool quiver Shawn....bowdoc
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Here is a couple of Nimrod quivers. This is the only black and white one I have ever seen. It came in the original box, which is also in the picture.

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Here is a couple of St. Charles quivers an elk hide and a suede quiver both with accessory pouch.

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Here is a couple versions of a Californian quiver. One in brown and one in black.

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Outstanding!!!!! [clapper]

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I've got some more cool quivers to post but my daughter(the computer genius)had to help me post them and she had to leave so I'll post more later.
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