PATTERN 1874 HAVERSACK & SLING WITH MODEL 1874 TIN CUP

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Item Code: 380-53

Haversack is the Model 1874 made of khaki canvas material with a crisp “U.S.” stamped on the outer flap. Sewn to the underside of the flap are two 6.00 inch long canvas latch tabs each with two brass gromet lined holes which fasten to a pair of brass buckles located on the bottom of the body of the haversack.

The interior of the haversack has two full size pockets, one on the reverse side of the flap and another which forms the main part of the body. The rim of the main bag is lined with leather along the front edge. The front of the main compartment has a smaller pocket that is held closed by a leather strap extending down from the top edge. This strap is fasted by a General Service eagle button.

With the haversack is the correct woven cloth sling that has leather adjustment straps on each end. These straps attach the sling to the haversack by passing through buckles anchored to leather thongs sewn and riveted to the back of the bag.

All canvas material has moderate surface dirt and staining but no rips, tears or holes.

Neither the strap or haversack are maker marked.

The Model 1874 tin cup is in good condition. It meas. approx. 4.00 inches high x 4.00 inches across the bottom. The handle is attached by three rivets, two at the top and one at the bottom. The handle has an embossed “US.” Cup is free of any dents.  [ad] [ph:L]

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