New Mexico, Native American, Leather, Spanish Tobacco Canteen # 2, 1830s, RARE
This is another very old 19th Century Spanish, leather Tabacco canteen, used by the early Spanish and Native Americans in the West, was found in New Mexico. Early Spanish canteens like this one date back to the early 1830's. This is a very high caliber New Mexican Artifact, the type that you might find at the Museum of History in Santa Fe, New Mexico. NOTE: We just saw a similar one at the New Mexico History Museum recently. These date back to the time of Kit Carson, explorer, Indian Trader, Military Scout, B. 1859 These were used by Mountain men, Early Spanish settlers, and Native Americans back in the early 1800s. This item is in the category "Antiques\Ethnographic\Native American". The seller is "morning_star_gallery1" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Philippines, Denmark, Ireland, Netherlands, Slovakia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Portugal, Malta, United Kingdom, Cyprus, Australia, Austria, Hungary, Sweden, Spain, Estonia, Belgium, Finland, Bulgaria, Poland, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Canada, France, Germany, Latvia, Italy, Greece, Romania.
- Material: Leather
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Color: Brown
- Maker: Early Spanish