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EQUIPMENT : WATER BOTTLES
Lot
Description
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2896
Australia: WWI WATER BOTTLE IN PATTERN 15 (Leather) CARRIER. Enamel bottle with khaki cover (very little damage) and leather carrier marked "Australia" and broad arrow stamped. Still in quite supple condition. The cork is also intact. Overall a really nice example. Very difficult to upgrade from this. Grade II+. (P)
 SOLD at A$160
2897
Australia/Great Britain: WWI WATER BOTTLE WITH PATTERN 08 CARRIER. Used post- war, carrier now with a green blanco, water bottle with a grey, blanket type weave covering. The top section of the cork stopper has broken off. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
2898
Australia: WW2 RAAF WATER BOTTLE. Patt 1903 leather carrier marked "RAAF 1942." Blue wed section on shoulder sling with fading. Blue enamel bottle with cork stopper and VCG khaki wool cover.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
2899
Australia: WW2 AUXILLIARY WATER CARRIER. Twin canvas bladder with bakelite screw caps and khaki oil cloth under sides, worn draped over the neck and secured around waist with Patt 37 strap. Unusual item. Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
2900
Great Britain:WW2 PATT 37 WATER BOTTLE CARRIER SLEEVE/BAG TYPE. Marked "ME Co 1944". Unissued. Grade II+
 SOLD at A$15
2901
Great Britain:WW2 PATT .37 WATER BOTTLE CARRIER. Sleeve/bag type. 1945 dated? Unissued. Grade II+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
2902
Japan: ARMY WATER BOTTLE EARLY MEIJI-TAISHO-SHOWA era, with carry strap and cork, o/a Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
2903
Japan:WW2 NAVAL/MARINE WATER BOTTLE, Unusual that the carrier is the Aust 37 pattern but still has the original shoulder strap. No cover, o/a Grade III+
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
2904
USA: WW2 WATER BOTTLE INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT. Metal with black plastic lid with chain. Made by "Vollrath" 1945. (No cover). Grade II-
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
2905
USA: WW1 Large Aluminium water bottle. No cover or harness. Marked "Universal patt. May 5 1914." possible medical canteen. Larger than the Mod.1910 bottle.
 NO LONGER AVAILABLE
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