MILITIA CANTEEN IDENTIFIED TO SOLDIER IN THE 1ST CONNECTICUT HEAVY ARTILLERY
Item #: 1002
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My research finds one soldier with that name who is listed as serving in the 1st Connecticut artillery. Scratched into the surface on one side is H. Joynt and the image of a ship and with a crude depiction of an individual with a funny hat. On the opposite side is the name Hugh Joynt and some other scratching that I cannot make out. The canteen has a cotton sling and shows wear and several dents from field use on both sides.
Item # 1002
Your Price $1,250.00 USD
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