Canteens

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  • Matching M42 canteen marked MN44

    New
    165.00

    Textbook M42 canteen marked MN44 indicating production by MeNeSa. The canteen is in unissued condition with one or two small moth nips on the side; otherwise mint!

  • Matching M42 canteen marked SMM43

    140.00

    Nice original and matching M42 canteen marked SMM43 indicating production by Süddeutsche Metallwarenfabrik, Mussbach in 1943. The canteen comes with its original phenolic resin cup.

  • Matching M31 canteen marked SMM42

    185.00

    Matching M31 canteen marked SMM42 indicating production by Süddeutsche Metallwarenfabrik, Mussbach.

  • 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!

  • Female Auxiliary canteen HWSD 42

    100.00

    Hard to find canteen in unissued condition. These where issued and worn by women serving on the Flak guns or other auxiliary branches. Nicely marked HWSD 42.

  • 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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