RELIC CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN MADE INTO A STRAINER - RECOVERED FROM FREDERICKSBURG

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Item Code: 1054-2388

CS canteen retains all three sling keepers. One side has holes punctured through for using as a strainer. Reverse side has areas where pieces are missing. Canteen has heavy rust, pitting and denting, but overall is in fair relic condition. “FREDERICKSBURG” is painted in white on both sides.  [sl]

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