EARLY 19TH CENTURY WOODEN MILITIA CANTEEN WITH NAME

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Item Code: 172-4740

Canteen has a rich, dark brown patina and is stamped in the center with the name, “E. BURR”. Measures 7 ¼” in diameter x 2 ½” thick. Three leather sling keepers are present, two are cracked and the remaining one has fifty percent missing.  Iron rivets hold sling keepers and rim in place. Spout is missing. Some light surface scratches are present.  [sm]

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