Need help with British waterbottle identification

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Need help with British waterbottle identification

Postby dimmuborgir » 10 Dec 2015 08:33

Hi all!

My neighbor found in the attic of his house very interesting waterbottle. It is very similar to the english "Mark" model, I had not seen such. Among british waterbottles I could not find anything similar. What are your opinions?

PS I'm not really sure what it is, "the Victorian model," so placed it here

Best regards, Michael

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Re: Need help with British waterbottle identification

Postby Bondy » 18 Jan 2017 23:29

It is similar to the MKV, used between the 2nd Boer war and WWI, though it is not an exact match to others I have seen. There was also an alloy version with the flared mouth that appears for a short time in the same period.
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