WWII Jump Boots: these are the original style used by the "All American" division (AA) and the "Screaming Eagles" (101st). The boots have support staps at the top of them, indicative of those used in early war. The outside has a rough finish. These war used collectables are in excellent condition. (kb0056) $175
Rare P1871 British, Victorian Era, Zulu war canteen. Made of wood (Beech and Ash), it had two brass straps, which are now missing. It has a wide mouth spout, which had a bronze stopper, topped with a large screw fitting (stopper is missing). What makes this canteen unique is the carved lettering on the side: "9NMN3rB" with "TB" carved underneath. "9th Natal Mounted Natives 3rd Battalion." The "TB" obviously refers to the soldier. (kb10065) $375.
Rare P1871 British Victorian Era Zulu and Boer war use. Made of wood (Beech and Ash). It has two brass straps (top and bottom), wide mouth spout missing original stopper but has a cork stopper instead. Canteen has at least 75% British red paint remaining. This is a true relic of British empire building. (kb10062). $375.