Canteens

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  • Unissued M31 canteen dated 1939

    New
    350.00

    Unissued/unopened pre war M31 canteen dated 1939. The canteen is nicely maker marked but it’s not notable without opening the canteen. The canteen is a unissued example that would be impossible to upgrade. The canteen still retains the wrapping paper and has never contained any liquids. If you’re after one perfect canteen; this is it.

  • Black bakelite canteen cup marked F7/S

    55.00

    Beautiful black bakelite cup which is in a good used condition, the cup has some scratches and a tiny damage on the rim. The cup is nicely marked with an MPD code which was typical for period produced bakelite items. The MPD code F7/S Indicates production by an unknown maker and that the used material is Phenolic resin (bakelite) with sawdust as the filler material. Outstanding brown bakelite cup to complete a canteen or a display!

  • Black bakelite canteen cup marked 46/S

    55.00

    Beautiful black bakelite canteen cup in a stunning condition without any damages. The cup is nicely marked with an MPD code which was typical for period produced bakelite items. The MPD code 46/S Indicates production by Erich Wippermann, Halver i. Westfalen. and that the used material is Phenolic resin (bakelite) with sawdust as the filler material. Nice cup to complete a canteen or a display!

  • Black bakelite canteen cup marked gfc 1941

    60.00

    Beautiful black bakelite canteen cup in a stunning condition without any damages. The cup is nicely marked with the 3 letter code gfc which indicates production by Julius Posselt, Gablonz an der Neisse, Reichsgau Sudetenland. The cup is MPD marked with the material S which indicates the usage of Phenolic resin (bakelite) with sawdust as the filler material. Nice cup to complete a canteen or a display!

  • Blue enamel canteen filling funnel

    175.00

    A unusual, late war canteen filling funnel. These funnels where used in field kitchens and together with the 5, 10, and 18 liter aluminium “Trinkwasser” drinking water containers to fill canteens. These funnels had the capacity of exactly one standard 0.8 liter canteen. They are wide enough at the top for a 5, 10 or 18 liter drinking water  container to easily poor. It is used by holding a finger underneath the small hole underneath the funnel and then filled to the top. The funnel is then placed above a canteen and the finger is removed. The canteen will be filled quick and without spillage! The funnel is made out of enameled steel like many of the late war canteens. A nice unusual item!

  • Canteen filling funnel

    165.00

    A unusual, late war canteen filling funnel. These funnels where used in field kitchens and together with the 5, 10, and 18 liter aluminium “Trinkwasser” drinking water containers to fill canteens. These funnels had the capacity of exactly one standard 0.8 liter canteen. They are wide enough at the top for a 5, 10 or 18 liter drinking water  container to easily poor. It is used by holding a finger underneath the small hole underneath the funnel and then filled to the top. The funnel is then placed above a canteen and the finger is removed. The canteen will be filled quick and without spillage! The funnel is made out of enameled steel like many of the late war canteens. A nice unusual item!

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