14th Century Pouch
Found in the Museum of London's Dress Accessories - Medieval Finds From Excavations in London, the 14th Century Medieval Pouch shows up in many period illuminations from the late 13th to the early 15th century. Characterized as a "leather purse with flaps," it was common in period to adorn the medieval purse lids with pilgrim badges from various travels to help keep the lid closed. I have added a period buckle and strap system to keep it closed.
The 14th Century Medieval Purse is made of leather in black or brown and will fit a 2-inch or smaller belt. The body of the pouch (not including belt loops) measures 7 inches high by 10 inches wide, and will accommodate a full checkbook.