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Two (2) Confederate Washington, Georgia warehouse cedar and cherry wood drum canteens, each with varnished iron bands around the circumference and three iron sling keepers. Bungholes with original pour spouts, one separated from canteen, one still secured. Does not include slings. Includes two (2) notarized Certificates of Authenticity and one (1) Certificate of Origin signed by Michael Dyches, March 2013, one (1) United States Department of Agriculture Center for the Anatomy Research wood identification report from Alex C. Wiedenhoeft, Ph.D., February 2013 with one (1) typed catalog listing for two Washington, Georgia warehouse canteens, and one (1) copy of "Canteen Time Capsule" by Shannon Pritchard, published in North South Trader's Civil War, Vol. 37, No. 1, 2013. Approximately 8" dia. x 2 3/8" W. Provenance: Discovered in a Washington, Georgia warehouse by Michael Dyches, Carolina Antique Arms, circa June 2010. Sold to Brian Akins, Lebanon, TN in February 2013. The Estate of Jim Maconkey, Landrum SC. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. One pour spout separated from canteen. Does not include slings.