Medieval money bag | pouch

Medieval money bag | pouch

Money bags and poaches were used to hold and transport coins and banknotes from/to a mint, bank, ATM, vending machine, business, or other institution.  Beginning in the 14th century, purses of money (panakizhi) were awarded to scholars during the Revathi Pattathanam, an annual assembly of scholars held in Kerale, India. In 16th century feudal Japan, samurai wore uchi-bukuro (money purses) around the waist or neck.


  • made out of genuine leather of black color
  • resilient leather string
  • Made by Marshal Historical

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