“CHEESEBOX” STYLE WOODEN CANTEEN, CIRCA 1812

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Item Code: 665-15

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Canteen has a rough, brown patina. Center has carved initials, “T*N”. Measures 7” in diameter x 2 ¾” thick. Three leather sling keepers are present. Iron rivets hold sling keepers and overlapping rim in place. Spout is missing. Some light surface scratches and spots are present.  [sl]

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