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PAINTED DOUBLE SPOUT CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN

PAINTED DOUBLE SPOUT CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN

This canteen is a little larger than the average tin drum canteen. This one meas. approx. 8.00 inches across and is approx. 2.08 inches wide. One side of the canteen is completely flat while the other… (217-221) Learn More »

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH COVER ID’D TO 4TH NORTH CAROLINA

CONFEDERATE TIN DRUM CANTEEN WITH COVER ID’D TO 4TH NORTH CAROLINA

Unique Confederate tin drum canteen in that it has a linsey-woolsey cover with “T.S. 4TH N.C.” embroidered on its face in red thread. This exact canteen appeared on page 76 of Steve Sylvia and… (217-224) Learn More »

LEATHER CANTEL PATENT CANTEEN ID’D TO 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER

LEATHER CANTEL PATENT CANTEEN ID’D TO 12TH NEW HAMPSHIRE SOLDIER

This black leather canteen was the design of Lazare Cantel who was given a patent for it on October 14, 1862. The body consists of two pieces of heavy molded leather held together with copper rivets… (217-202) Learn More »

DOUBLE SPOUT CANTEEN & RATION CAN ISSUED TO 1ST CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

DOUBLE SPOUT CANTEEN & RATION CAN ISSUED TO 1ST CONNECTICUT INFANTRY

This type of non-regulation canteen/ration can is known to have been issued to members of the 1st Connecticut Infantry which served for three months and took part in the 1st Battle of Bull Run. The… (217-210) Learn More »

SOLDIER ART CANTEEN WITH PAINTED CAMP SCENE

SOLDIER ART CANTEEN WITH PAINTED CAMP SCENE

Model 1858 smoothside canteen with no cover or sling. The body is in excellent condition with no dings or dents. All three sling keepers are present as are the chain, pull-ring and cork. The pewter… (217-222) Learn More »

LOT OF CLOTHING RECEIPTS FOR 46TH PENNSYLVANIA

LOT OF CLOTHING RECEIPTS FOR 46TH PENNSYLVANIA

These five documents are all filled out in period ink and signed by five different Company commanders of the 46th Pennsylvania. All are dated in October of 1862 and were probably made out by the… (458-476) Learn More »

FEDERAL M1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN

FEDERAL M1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN

This original Civil War era artifact is a great example of the typical Federal Model 1858 smoothside canteen. One of the most important accoutrements of any soldier’s gear outside his weapon was his… (697-163) Learn More »

US REGULATION MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDED CANTEEN WITH ITS ORIGINAL BROWN WOOL COVER, COTTON SLING AND STOPPER

US REGULATION MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDED CANTEEN WITH ITS ORIGINAL BROWN WOOL COVER, COTTON SLING AND STOPPER

Strap has no visible inspector's stamp and shows signs of use but not broken. The wool is in very fine condition with one area where the seam is open about 3 inches in length. Initials painted L.M. on… (697-181) Learn More »

BOX OF CANTEEN SPOUTS DUG AT SPOTSYLVANIA

BOX OF CANTEEN SPOUTS DUG AT SPOTSYLVANIA

Plastic box meas. approx. 4.75 x 4.75 x 1.50 inches and contains 20 canteen spouts. One is iron and one comes with the iron yoke around its base. Four are cracked or squashed one way or another and… (R19526) Learn More »

US MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN

US MODEL 1858 SMOOTHSIDE CANTEEN

The body of this canteen is in good condition with only one finger-tip sized dent detected. All three of the sling keepers are present but the cork stopper and pull ring are gone as is the string… (344-1388) Learn More »

VETERAN CANTEEN FOR MEMBER OF THE 1ST MARYLAND CAVALRY

VETERAN CANTEEN FOR MEMBER OF THE 1ST MARYLAND CAVALRY

White porcelain canteen almost the same size as a regulation canteen. Item meas. approx. 9.00 inches from the tip of the spout to the bottom edge and approx. 8.50 inches across. The spout, spout… (503-22) Learn More »

MILITIA TIN DRUM CANTEEN

MILITIA TIN DRUM CANTEEN

Circa 1850s. 6.25"x1.875" (convex sides). 1" spout with chipped cork. Two sling rings soldered on 3" from spout on each side. Dull gray color w/numerous scratches & small dents. Half dozen tiny… (108-377) Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $350.00

CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN, EARLY GETTYSBURG PICK UP FROM THE COLLECTION OF HENRY CHRITZMAN

CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN, EARLY GETTYSBURG PICK UP FROM THE COLLECTION OF HENRY CHRITZMAN

Good condition tin drum canteen. Body is in excellent shape no dings or dents. Very light surface rust. All three sling keepers are present. Heavy leather sling with roller buckle. Sling is broken in… (579-02) Learn More »

DUG, RARE, DOUBLE COMPARTMENT CONFEDERATE CANTEEN - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

DUG, RARE, DOUBLE COMPARTMENT CONFEDERATE CANTEEN - BILL GAVIN COLLECTION

This item was dug by the late Bill Gavin in a Confederate camp. Unfortunately we have not been able to determine where this camp was located. This is a tin drum canteen in good condition for a dug… (601-23) Learn More »

CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA

CS TIN DRUM CANTEEN RECOVERED BY BILL GAVIN IN JEFFERSON COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA

All strap loops are intact on this Confederate canteen. Considerable surface rust with some original finish shining through. Canteen measures 7 1/2" in diameter. This item is from the collection of… (601-20) Learn More »


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