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CIVIL WAR NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN WITH DARK BLUE COVER

CIVIL WAR NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN WITH DARK BLUE COVER

The NY Depot was a branch of the U.S. Quartermaster’s Office of Clothing and Equipage. They contracted with various dealers and makers for hundreds of thousands of canteens during the war and a… (1052-168). Learn More »

VERY NICE US MODEL 1878 CANTEEN WITH RARE CORRECT LEATHER SLING

VERY NICE US MODEL 1878 CANTEEN WITH RARE CORRECT LEATHER SLING

The body of the canteen is in excellent condition. Over the years it has retained its proper shape and is free of dents. The pewter spout is complete with the stopper chain, slightly rusted pull-ring… (380-26). Learn More »

$250.00
ON HOLD

CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN FROM SAVANNAH

CONFEDERATE WOOD DRUM CANTEEN FROM SAVANNAH

These canteens were easy to make by coopers and woodworkers and were turned out all over the Confederacy, becoming the quintessential “Rebel canteen” that was essential to the southern soldier and… (480-202). Learn More »

$3,375.00
Originally $3,750.00

IDENTIFIED GROUPING OF ARTIFACTS BELONGING TO PRIVATE JABEZ B. OLES 144th NY INFANTRY AND 1st NY ENGINEERS

IDENTIFIED GROUPING OF ARTIFACTS BELONGING TO PRIVATE JABEZ B. OLES 144th NY INFANTRY AND 1st NY ENGINEERS

This grouping comes from a respected central New York collection with an identification that is verbal, but trustworthy and includes the soldier’s regulation issue canteen with his initials… (480-178). Learn More »

$2,025.00
Originally $2,250.00

U.S. M1858 NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN WITH ORIGINAL COVER

U.S. M1858 NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN WITH ORIGINAL COVER

This is a very good example of the US Model 1858 canteen as supplied by makers to the NY Depot, a branch of the U.S. Quartermaster’s Office of Clothing and Equipage. A distinguishing feature of… (490-2886). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE WOOD BULLSEYE CANTEEN!

CONFEDERATE WOOD BULLSEYE CANTEEN!

While more likely a decorative touch, you can’t help feeling the maker of this Confederate wood canteen was having a laugh at the corrugated U.S. tinned iron canteens. It is made like the standard… (2021-820). Learn More »

NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN MARKED FOR THE 22nd INDIANA

NEW YORK DEPOT CANTEEN MARKED FOR THE 22nd INDIANA

This is a standard M1858 smooth-sided canteen that was supplied to the New York Depot, which have the unique characteristic of using a short chain to retain the stopper rather than a string. This has… (172-5761). Learn More »

TIN DRUM CANTEEN

TIN DRUM CANTEEN

This is a Civil War-era tin drum canteen in very good condition. Tin spout and all three strap brackets are present. Measures 6” in diameter x 1 3/4” wide. The body is solid with usual dings,… (172-3518). 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


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VERY SCARCE CIVIL WAR BROGANS

Officially referred to as army bootees, collectors most often know them as brogans, a term used at the time, though soldiers mostly called them just shoes. They were produced in a number of variations, with both sewn and pegged soles, made by hand… (149-42). Learn More »

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