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TRAP
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Thanks for all the posts guys and keep them coming. It's really neat to have all of these great quivers in one place.

Trap

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JavelinaHink
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Here's are a few custom ones.
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Mike Shaw
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Does anyone recall who made a leather back quiver with a dancing Indian holding a fist full of arrows embossed on it? As soon as I get this photobucket fixed I will shoot a pic across.....Thanks Mike

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JavelinaHink
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Mike.....I have a few of them...and I think it was Ivanhoe, Ludington, Mi. but not sure. They also made Broadheads & Bows.

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TTT for some eye candy

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crazynate
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Man I love all these sweet quivers.thanks for posting alll the pics guys.love seeing alll of them.

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Really cool old stuff.......brings back memories of the old Archery shops when I was a kid.

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Man I love all these sweet quivers.thanks for posting alll the pics guys.love seeing alll of them.

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Some very nice quivers
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Thanks for bringing this one back, Trap. I knew that it had to be old when I saw how many pages are in it.

This thread reminds me that the method used to post pictures here is not very good for the long haul. Too many good pictures are lost because people close or change their photobucket or dropbox type accounts. It is a shame to lose so much good content in a history and collecting forum.

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Thanks Trap...I enjoy the eye candy.

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I got no eye candy because I decided that a great side/stealth quiver could be made from a late 50's King Custom Sport back quiver that my Dad carried may years ago. It's not art, but its deadly quiet, LH and RH , carries a dozen arrows with no problem and serves up an arrow with minimal movement.

Tonight my Dad revealed that he has an original Bear one-screw bow quiver to go with my 1960 Howatt Diablo that has the bushing, the knurled screw and the indentations in the rosewood riser that tell me she once carried a Bear bow quiver. I'm stoked.

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crazynate
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Wow wow wow lol. Thanks for posting all thos pictures guys. Love seeing them. That one johnnyrazorhead had with the green in the scabbard was super cool. I haven't run into anything rare as far as quivers but maybe someday.

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