So, if you're a reenactor or collector, you'll know that Burlap coffee and grain sacks are getting tougher to find, and are more expensive. These are going to be perfect for you then.
These will have all sorts of random markings from around the world. Some were coffee sacks, and others were for potatoes or grain.
These have so many practical uses, it's insane. I have used these to re-cover furniture, make ghillie suits (it dyes very well) and to make festive decorations for Fall/Halloween. The possibilities are literally endless.
Absolutely awesome for displays from the First World War all the way through Vietnam when burlap bags were starting to be replaced by plastic ones. Simply get some twine, and these babies will look fantastic!
Each measures approximately 20x15". Some larger, some smaller, but all perfect size for sandbags.
THE MORE YOU BUY, THE MORE YOU SAVE!