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"Knoxville" Tin Cup........................................$15.00
        An exact copy of an original civilian tin cup dug in the Knoxville area, our reproduction measures 3 1/3" in diameter, and 3" deep.  This is considerably smaller than the unauthentic "beer stein" tin cups offered by most vendors today, and will fit comfortably inside the soldier's haversack, (where the cup was meant to be carried.)



    Jack Knife....................................................$10.00
       
Beautifully crafted from American steel, our jack knife has a 3" blade, and a beautiful wooden handle.  Thin enough to fit comfortably in the soldier's pocket, yet sturdy enough to cut through salt beef with ease, this is one of the most essential item for any soldier to have.



   
Knife-Fork-Spoon Combo .......................................................................................................$20.00
       
Crafted from high-carbon steel, our knife-fork-spoon combo features the same 3" blade as our pocket knife, but with the addition of a two-prong fork and a large, sturdy spoon.  The knife and fork/spoon sections separate, so that a soldier can have his beef, and cut it, too!  Frequently purchased by the soldiers from the regimental sutlers, or sent from the family at home, these "all in one" utensils soon became as indispensable to the lucky soldier who owned one as a canteen.  


   
    "Early War" Puppy Paw US Belt Plate..................................................................................$10.00
       
A very small, yet very visible part of any federal infantryman's impression, a correct belt plate is very hard to come by.  Most belt plates on the market today have the "late war" face which, while correct for scenarios from 1864 on, are not appropriate for mid to late war scenarios.  With a correct face, and also with the correct "puppy paw" backing, our lead-filled plates are essential for the Federal living historian wishing to complete his impression.  Don't sell yourself or your impression short with something as simply (and affordable) as this!