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Looking forward to it John.

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Johnnyboy nice to see you post.Good lookig quivers.bowdoc
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Thanks fellas.Been wanting to do this but I am still a liitle computer illiterate.We'll try again with my son's help.Here's an early Detroit quiver with a pot-belly Bear Range patch on it.

http://i475.photobucket.com/albums/rr118/johnnyrazorhead/EarlyDetroitquiver.jpg

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Well,that didn't work out quite right.I'll try another link.Here's a cool three arrow scabbard quiver with green leather backing.It is original and has the small running bear logo.The stitching is not painted green so the leather was green before it was applied to the quiver.Another first for me.
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here's the above link...John's Detroit Quiver
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Here's another cool old quiver I got from a former Bear employee.It's not very pretty to look at but it is a rare one.It's a 1st year Rover quiver like the one pictured in the 1955 Bear catalog.Notice it has the small pouch with a snap on the front.All the Rover quivers I have seen have the zippered pouch but this one is just like the one shown in the catalog.Maybe it's the same one,who knows.
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Thanks Trap.Not very good at this.Here's one more for now,a group shot of some diferent Western quivers of various colors and lengths.Another black & white one.
IMG]http://i475.photobucket.com/albums/rr118/johnnyrazorhead/Westernquivers.jpg[/IMG]

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Lets try that one again.

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Good stuff. Thought I was the only quiver fool out there, think again. Feeling a lot better about the dozen or so quivers hanging up and not much afield plus getting some idea of what's out there to collect. Thanks

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I agree Shaun, this is good stuff. What better way to display arrows and patches and other cool memorabilia.

Glad you're getting the hang of the picture posting John. I'm sure you have lots of great stuff to share.

Thanks for the tour, Trap

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Thanks Trap.I liked this thread from the first time I viewed it.I'm like everyone else and love looking at all these great quivers,new and old.Here's a nice brain-tanned Plains style quiver a friend made for me many years ago from a deer I had shot.She does excellent work as far as tanning,smoking,and even the beadwork.It holds some hand made,flint tipped arrows I made.It's the softest leather I've ever had the pleasure of fondling.
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Here's the other side.

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My St. Charles quiver arrived yesterday from Cliff Huntington, but my "lovely" wife made me put it under the tree untill tommorrow morning, so I'm still "Quivering with Anticipation".

She's fun like that. GRRRRRRRRRRRR

I'll share it with you soon.

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Looking forward to seeing it.
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Sorry but thats funny Daryl, but I feel for ya. [Big Grin]

Thanks for sharing you quivers John, very neet!!

Brent

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