This was a must when on campaign or resting in the barracks. You know General Custer and his men enjoyed their tobacco, so it makes sense their regiment would be issued a few. This solid brass spittoon has the 7th Cavalry symbol soldered to it and is hand aged to look like it was still being used by the troops. The lighter, compact size made it more convenient for travel.
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