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Cups of Tin & Copper (Tinware)

Item Last Updated: Monday, 27-Apr-2015 16:53:46 EDT

Tinware cups in 3 sizes (1800s/19th Century)
The 3 cup sizes
tinware cup, 28 ounce (1800s/19th Century)
Standard Tin Cup
tapered tin cup, 3-3/4 cup (1800s/19th Century)
Tapered Tin Cup
copper cup, 28 ounce (1800s/19th Century)
Copper Cup,
Small & Large
Cup - Covered (Corn Boiler), Tin with lid and bale (1800s/19th Century)
Covered Cup (Corn Boiler),
Tin with lid and bale
travel cup with case
Travel Cup
Tipples for Four, 4 cups with travel case
Tipples for Four
    Cup Sizes: The picture of the 3 cups together shows (From Left to Right) the Large, the Small and the Rum Ration Cup. Size and capacity are approximate and will vary somewhat in the hand made cups.

    Tin Cup, Small - Standard: 1 2/3 cup / 13+ ounce /  2 5/8" wide plus handle X 3 1/2" tall. Although it is called small, it is a medium size cup. It is much smaller than the large cups and is more of the size of a normal coffee mug.

    Tin Cup, Small - Seamless Stainless Steel: 1 cup /  3" wide plus handle X 3" tall. Although it is called small, it is a medium size cup. It is much smaller than the large cups and is more of the size of a normal coffee mug. It is made from a non shiny stainless steel so it will will not corrode or rust and seamless so it won't eventually leak at the bottom.

    Tin Cup, Small - H.D.: 1 1/2 cup /  12 ounce /  3 1/8" wide plus handle X 3 1/4" tall. Although it is called small, it is a medium size cup. It is much smaller than the large cups and is more of the size of a normal coffee mug.

    Tin Cup, Medium - Seamless Stainless Steel: 1 1/4 cup / 10 ounce /  3-1/2" wide plus handle X 31/2" tall. It is smaller than the large cups and is more of the size of a normal coffee mug. It is made from a non shiny stainless steel so it will will not corrode or rust and seamless so it won't eventually leak at the bottom.

    Tin Cup, Large - Standard: 4 cup / 32 ounce / 4 1/2" wide plus handle X 4 3/8" tall. This is the large tin cup that is carried by reenactors.

    Tin Cup, Large - Seamless Stainless Steel: 4 cup / 32 ounce / 4" wide plus handle X 4" tall. It is made from a non shiny stainless steel so it will will not corrode or rust and seamless so it won't eventually leak at the bottom.

    Tin Cup, Large - H.D.: 3-3/4 cup / 30 ounce / 4 1/4" wide plus handle X 4 3/8" tall. This is the heavy duty large tin cup that is carried by reenactors.

    Copper Cup, Small - H.D.: 1-3/4 cup / 14 ounce / 3-1/4" wide plus handle x 3-1/4" tall. This is the same style as the large tin cup that is carried by reenactors, except that in the smaller size and made from copper. The water spots shown are not included.

    Copper Cup, Large - H.D.: 3-1/2 cup / 28 ounce / 3-7/8" wide plus handle X 4" tall. This is the same style of cup as the standard tin cup that is carried by reenactors, except that it is made from copper. The water spots shown are not included.

    Covered Tin Cup (Corn Boiler): This is the large cup that is carried by reenactors, except it has a lid and bale so that it can be use like a pot.

    Travel Cup: This is a collapsible travel cup with leather case. I believe that this type cup does go back to the American Civil War and I know they go back to the 1880's, but the snap on the case would be 1900's on. The case is 2 1/2" in diameter and 1" tall. The cup is 2" in diameter at the mouth, 11/16" tall collapsed and 2 1/8" expanded, with a capacity of 1/4 cup or 2 ounces. (These are somewhat smaller than my originals.) ONLY 1 Left.

    Tipples for Four: This is a Set of 4 travel cups with a leather case. The case is 2 1/8" wide and 3 1/4" tall. Each cup is 1 5/8" wide at the mouth, 1 5/8" tall and holds 1 ounce. ONLY 1 Left.

    Caution: these reproduction items made from TIN, Steel or Stainless Steel.
ONLY the stainless steel is dishwasher or soaking safe.

    For items that are NOT stainless steel:

  1. DO NOT wash these items in a dishwasher.
  2. DO NOT leave them to soak in the sink.
  3. DO NOT leave them to drip dry.
    These items need to be kept dry. If they are allowed to have water on them for a
period of time, THEY WILL RUST. Once they have rusted they will rust much quicker the next
time, UNLESS you remove ALL the rust and discoloration. However, he rust is not harmful
and is 100% authentic.

Cups (Enamelware, Tin & Copper)
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Item Price each Select Qty
Cup, Small Tin - Standard - 1 2/3 Cup $12.00
Cup, Small Seamless Stainless Steel - 1 1/2 Cup $12.95
Cup, Small Tin H.D. - 1 1/2 Cup $12.95
Cup, Medium Seamless Stainless Steel - 10 Oz $12.95
Cup, Large Tin - Standard - 4 Cup $16.80
Cup, Large Seamless Stainless Steel - 4 Cup $15.95
Cup, Large Tin H. D. - 3 3/4 Cup $19.25
Cup Tapered, Large Tin H. D. - 1-1/4 Qt $28.80
Cup/Coffee Mug, Small Copper H. D. - 1-3/4 cup $14.00
Cup, Large Copper H. D. - 3-1/2 cup $18.00
Cup Covered (Corn Boiler), Tin with lid and bale $46.75
Cup, Collapsible Travel w/Case - 2 oz $25.00
Cups, Tipples for Four - 1 oz each $25.00
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Baby Bottle (Tin)

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Tinware Baby Bottle (1700s, 1800s/18th and 19th Century)
Baby Bottle (Tin)
    This unique tin baby bottle has a tin straw inside for drinking. An original version was shown on the PBS program, Antiques Roadshow, and valued between $800 and $1200. Made of hot dipped tin, soldered with pure tin. Lead free. Soak in boiling water to kill bacteria between feedings.

    This baby bottle is 4-1/4" tall and 2-5/8" across the bottom. The tin straw comes out 1-1/2" from the side and goes inside all the way to the bottom.

    More information coming soon.

Tin Baby Bottle

Tin Baby Bottle
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Dinner Sets

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Royal Blue w/white speckles 4 Piece Enamel Dinner Set (1800s/19th Century)    4 Place Royal Blue Speckle Enamel Dinner Set: Royal Blue w/white speckles. Set includes: 4 - 10" plates, 4 - 6" soup/cereal bowls, 4 - 12 oz. mugs and 4 - 7" spoons.

    NOTE: Speckle Enamelware, in any color, is NOT period for Civil War.

Dinner Sets

Description   Price   Qty  Add 2 Cart 
4 Place Royal Blue Speckle Enamel Dinner Set $50.40
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Civil War and Indian Wars Knives, Forks and Spoons

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black buffalo handled Knife, Fork and Spoon (1800s/19th Century)
Black Buffalo Handle
white horn handeled Knife, Fork and Spoon (1800s/19th Century)
White Horn Handle
Combo Knife, Fork & Spoon
combo Knife, Fork and Spoon (1800s/19th Century)
Shown separated
combo Knife, Fork and Spoon (1800s/19th Century)
Shown together
     Knife, 2 Tine Fork and Spoon. These are available with either a Black Buffalo Scale Handle or a White Bone Scale Handle. NOT dish washer safe!

     Combo: Knife, Fork and Spoon: This is a two piece set. One piece is the knife and the other has the spoon on one end and the fork on the other. The two pieces slide together when not in use. This is a faithful reproduction of a piece of Civil War mess gear.

    More items coming in the future. We have additional item in the store that are not on the web site.

    Caution: these reproduction items made from TIN, Steel or Stainless Steel.
ONLY the stainless steel is dishwasher or soaking safe.

    For items that are NOT stainless steel:

  1. DO NOT wash these items in a dishwasher.
  2. DO NOT leave them to soak in the sink.
  3. DO NOT leave them to drip dry.
    These items need to be kept dry. If they are allowed to have water on them for a
period of time, THEY WILL RUST. Once they have rusted they will rust much quicker the next
time, UNLESS you remove ALL the rust and discoloration. However, he rust is not harmful
and is 100% authentic.

Knives, Forks and Spoons

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Combo Knife, Fork and Spoon $16.00

Fork, 2 tine, with Black Buffalo Scale Handle $12.00
Knife with Black Buffalo Scale Handle $13.20
Spoon with Black Buffalo Scale Handle $12.00
SET: Knife, Fork & Spoon with Black Buffalo Scale Handle $33.50

Fork, 2 tine, with White Bone Scale Handle $12.00
Knife with White Bone Scale Handle $13.20
Spoon with White Bone Scale Handle $12.00
SET: Knife, Fork & Spoon with White Bone Scale Handle $33.50
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Tinware Plates and Bowls (Enamelware, Tin & Copper)

Item Last Updated: Monday, 27-Apr-2015 16:53:46 EDT

Tinware Plate (1800s/19th Century)
    Tin Plate/Pie Pan (A): This plate is shaped like a pie pan and is of medium weight metal. It can be used as either a plate or pie pan. We have DISCONTINUED this item, because our supplier now has a price where we would have to charge $21.60 for them. That's ridiculous for was a tin pie pan. They should come with the pies at that price.

    Tin Plate (B): This plate is shaped like a gold pan and is heavier than Tin Plate (A). It weights 10 ounces.

    Tin Bowl/Plate (C): Tin 9-1/2'' diameter & 1-1/8'' deep. 2-pieces soldered together.

    Tin Bowl/Plate (D): Tin 9-1/2'' diameter & 2'' deep. 3-piece soldered together.

Tin, Copper, Pewter and Enamel dinner / camp Plates and Bowls

Tin Plate (1800s/19th Century)
Tin Plate (A)
(8 3/4"diameter x 3/4" deep)
Tin Plate (1800s/19th Century)
Tin Plate (B), Heavy Duty
(9-3/4"diameter x 5/8" deep)
1-Piece
Picture
Item or Pictures coming
Tin Bowl (C)
(6-1/4" diameter 2-1/4" deep)
2-Piece

Tin Bowl (1800s/19th Century)
Tin Plate/Bowl (D)
(9-1/2" diameter & 2" deep)
3-Piece


    Caution: these reproduction items made from TIN, Steel or Stainless Steel.
ONLY the stainless steel is dishwasher or soaking safe.

    For items that are NOT stainless steel:

  1. DO NOT wash these items in a dishwasher.
  2. DO NOT leave them to soak in the sink.
  3. DO NOT leave them to drip dry.
    These items need to be kept dry. If they are allowed to have water on them for a
period of time, THEY WILL RUST. Once they have rusted they will rust much quicker the next
time, UNLESS you remove ALL the rust and discoloration. However, he rust is not harmful
and is 100% authentic.

Tinware Plates (Tin, Copper, Pewter & Enamelware)
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When done selecting any/all items, click the "Put these in my cart!" button.

Item & Size Qty Price
Tin Plate (A) 8 3/4" diameter & 3/4" deep Discontinued
Tin Plate (B) H.D. 9-3/4" diameter & 5/8" deep $11.00
Tin Bowl/Plate: 6-1/4'' diameter & 2-1/4'' deep. 2-pieces soldered together. $16.00
Tin Bowl/Plate(D): 9-1/2'' diameter & 1/2'' deep. 3-pieces soldered together. $24.00
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