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can anyone tell about this can before I get rid of it , the reinforcement cross is different than the normal ones...cheers

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can anyone tell about this can before I get rid of it , the reinforcement cross is different than the normal ones...cheers

 

normal cross ones

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Found one like this out in Belgium somebody informed me that it was used by the fire brigade, not sure myself ☺

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a friend has a 40 dated one that has the normal cross on , this 39 must be more unusual then, was a car boot find this morn..............

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The simple 'X' pressing alone, is simply the earlier design.

 

The rigidity of the cans was improved by the now 'Standard' 'X'. with a square in the centre.

And is copied to this day, on pretty much all 'Jerry Can' patterns.

 

I have a book on German Jerry cans, It cover's the entire range. & all the manufacturers.

As well as related accessories, it describes their History & usage in Service Etc.

A very good book, but it was quite expensive! But Hey! GOOD books normally are!....:-D

 

I read a long while back, that someone was writing a book. That was to be titled: Jerry Cans,

& Americans'.

Does anyone know if it actually did get published at all?

I would very much like to obtain a copy, if possible? ;)

 

Mike.

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