UK Mk VI Water Bottles (Blue)

UK Mk VI Water Bottles (Blue)
Reproduction.  Comes with felt cover and cork. The Mk VI water bottle was adopted in 1903, enameled in blue and covered in thick khaki felt. Though officially replaced in 1939 by the Mk VII bottle, the Mk VI bottles continued in use throughout WWII.
 
Our PriceUS$ 22.00
Code205479000
Stock293
Weight.5
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