We’re not sure what the Czechs used these bags to carry, but we believe that that are a 1940’s to 1950’s style bag. They have a nice elongated shape which would be ideal for carrying documents, books or tablets. The bags are a brownish green cotton canvas with a nice wide adjustable shoulder strap. Three inner compartments. To close the bag are two old fashioned wooden toggles. Measures 10” x 11” x 3 ½”. Used, nice condition.
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Would this work to carry a 5-subject notebook , pens, post-it pads ? Mainly to carry a notebook to field meetings .... would it be to large ?
I think that notebook might be a tight fit. The bag has internal dividers, so it isn't simply an open space, All the rest of that gear would be ok though. The main compartment will hold an 8.5 x 11 composition book, if that helps you visualize the space.
Just got two of these bags and inside the main compartment is a small snap compartment. Inside that in both bags, there is a small black tin with what appears to be a block of some sort of wax. Anyone know what this could be?
I was wondering what it was as well. I figure it is some sort of water proofing or a wax for lubrication