ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR “BULLSEYE” CANTEEN

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Item Code: 665-26

This is a regulation Civil War tin canteen. Called the “bullseye” pattern because of the eight concentric rings on each side. Complete with three shoulder strap brackets and pewter spout. No wool cover or stopper. Maker’s name on spout is too worn to make out. A short sling is attached that appears to have been made from the drop straps off an officer’s sword belt.  Small dent near center on one side. A nice original Civil War canteen.  [jet]

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