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Pennsic is Comming! Shipping and Communication News.

Pennsic is Comming!  Shipping and Communication News.

Shipping Updated 7/31 6:00 am 

Shipping department closed for travel from 7/30 to 8/20.

On 8/20 Shipping will resume for all orders orders received from 7/31 to 8/20.

On 8/21 Orders with extra soles received from 7/18 to 8/21 will be shipped. 

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Family Vacation! Yellowstone!

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Family Vacation! Yellowstone!

Heads up that from June 8 to June 17 there will be no shipping. Everything will be shipped as soon as I get home.   Thanks for your support. Bohemond

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Don't like slipping? Watch my video on Sole Options!

Get some traction on your soles.  In the video I describe and show all the different options you can add to your shoes for traction and comfort and why some shoes can't have extra soles added.

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Birka Coin Purses NEW

Birka Coin Purses NEW

The Birka Viking Coin Purse or Tarsoly was found in the ruins of the trading and craft town of Birka, Sweden.  Dating from approx. 900 AD, 52 bags or pouches were found in 47 graves. 18 men, 15 women, 2 children, 8 unknown and 4 double graves. Of the pouchs analyzed, 28 were made of cow leather, 3 calf and 2 goat leather and 5 were tanned with alum. The set is stored in Swedish History Museum.  All castings are available from Raymond's Quiet Press.  http://raymonds-quiet-press.myshopify.com/ The Birka Viking Coin Purse or Tarsoly features 5 separate castings! Using oil tanned leather, the body of...

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Viking and Saxon Leg Wraps in stock

Viking and Saxon Leg Wraps in stock

From our Friends at Historic Enterprises Known variously as leg wraps, wickelbander or puttees, winingas are woven woolen strips which were wrapped around the lower leg among the Anglo-Saxon and Viking cultures. These woolen bands are of a statistically uniform type, occurring among the textile remnants excavated from early medieval urban sites across Europe from Dublin, Ireland to the Finnish graves at Zalatovye. The bands are usually 3"-4" wide (75-100 mm), and selvages on both sides indicate the bands were woven to this narrow size rather than cut. The weave is almost invariably of a very fine quality 'herringbone' twill....

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