Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: Bavaria, Germany - the center of 15th and 16th century gunmaking
This the shape of a typical High Gothic quiver for quarrels/crossbow bolts; its basic form with the straight sides strongly influenced the earliest trapezoid powder flasks and, for the complete short span of time of their production, which was only from ca. 1550-1590, the rare patrons for paper cartridges.
First quiver in the Bavarian Army Museum Ingolstadt, the second, with the concavely curved sides, in a private collection.