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Article about: Hello, just got this Feldflasche Modell 1931 and wanted some reassurance from my forum colleagues that it is a good, all original piece. I don't see any problems with it myself but I have le

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    Default Help with German waterbottle

    Hello, just got this Feldflasche Modell 1931 and wanted some reassurance from my forum colleagues that it is a good, all original piece. I don't see any problems with it myself but I have learned the importance of checking. It is totally unmarked apart from PRYM on the buttons, (which I understand is an authentic marking). I have had a look at Tom's website MP44.nl - Welcome to my Website and it closely matches some there.

    Any comments appreciated. Doug
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    Looks fine to me.
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    Looks good! Nice condition, the proper "PRYM" Snaps on the cover, and lots of good paint still remaining on the cup...!
    cheers, Glenn

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    Yes, seems to be a good one. You can check the neck of the bottle for a date and the webbing on the inside of the cloth cover. Also, there may be a date on the cup where the handle is attached. Some items like this did not have markings. NH

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    No stamps on the aluminium cup ??

    And do you have a picture of the PRYM buttons ? (does it say PRYM or Original Prym )

    Tom

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    Hi Tom, here are some more pictures, thanks for your help. Thanks to everyone else who has commented.
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    looks fine.

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    Don't know the date green cup and pigkin type pebbled strap would lead me to think mid 42 to later war real nice one. timothy

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