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    Default Regimental Flask

    Enclosed are pics of a pre war Regimental Flask for the 79th Reserve Rgt. Somehow the carry cord has stayed intact and is in good condition. Even has a maker mark on the neck. I have always like these flask and finally got one. Theirs even a color picture inside you can view through the heart shaped window on the back.
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    Dow Cross

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    Nice, thanks for the share.

    G2

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    That is truly neat.
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    It held up well to time Dow, thanks for sharing pics with us, John

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    Almost looks like a MG oiler.

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    Unless the wings are bent on the cap, you can stand the cap ( cup ) on the eagles head and wings. It makes a great shot glass.
    Good Collecting

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    Well look here.
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    Oh my goodness, two classics side-by-side.
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    Dow, here are two I have. One to the 7th Uhlans and the other to the 1st Uhlans.
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    " 'To everything there is a season...a time for war and a time for peace'. and this is the time for war". Reverend Peter Muhlenberg, January 21, 1776, Woodstock, Virginia

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    Very nice the second one is similar shape to our canteen which I haven't seen.
    Dow Cross

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