Does anyone recognise who made this crossbow bolt quiver?
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- Mon Mar 16, 2009 9:59 pm
- Forum: 1100-1500
- Topic: Silk serving on Mary Rose arrows
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lucy the tudor wrote: Examination also suggested that wax was put on in a series of layers. There appeared to be no extraneous matter trapped within the wax.
Was that was applied to:
the shaft (but not the fletches)
The fletches (but not the shaft)
or the entire arrow?
- Mon Mar 16, 2009 8:40 am
- Forum: Traders Discussion
- Topic: Looking for The Unicorn
- Replies: 2
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Hi, I'm looking for any contact details of a trader known as Unicorn Crafts. I met him at an event last year and was interested in some kit he had for sale but I lost his card. I found it again recently but his phone number doesn't seem to work anymore. Does anyone have any current contact details f...
My sister is a primary school teacher in a school in Caerphilly and her yeargroup are studying The Stuarts in the next academic year. Are there any reenactment groups from that period that are based in the south wales area that would be willing to go to the school for a day to do a workshop with the...
I am in the process of making a promotional video for my archery club and I'm a member of a WOTR reenactment group. This has resulted in me making some videos of interesting shots with a longbow. Most of them are unfinished and the final result will be posted in the next month or two. Someone on thi...