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My new M31 Field Flask

Article about: I got this last week. A really nice early example - 1937. It has the owners name scratched into the flask and his initials on the bottom of the cup and a town name - Meyenburg? on the other

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    I got this last week. A really nice early example - 1937. It has the owners name scratched into the flask and his initials on the bottom of the cup and a town name - Meyenburg? on the other side of the flask.I like it
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    Default Re: My new M31 Field Flask

    Nice flask, I have one from 1936 with the owner name in the leather:P

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    Nice

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    Hello,
    nice used example.
    You should turn the cup to the other side, with the metal loop on the same side than the buckle of the strap. IMO it looks better.
    Is it a repair of the small leather strap that retains the cap ?
    Thanks
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    Quote by JPhilip View Post
    Hello,
    nice used example.
    You should turn the cup to the other side, with the metal loop on the same side than the buckle of the strap. IMO it looks better.
    Is it a repair of the small leather strap that retains the cap ?
    Thanks
    Yes, it has had several small repairs, all done whilst it was in use, not by me. It is definitely well used!

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