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This water bottle, made of wood, is an 1875 pattern ‘Oliver’ bottle. Wooden bottles were a flawed design, as if they were stored empty, they tended to dry out and crack, leading to them leaking when filled with water. If stored filled with water, bacteria would be produced which would lead to the water being undrinkable. This water bottle was used by Private Panton, a soldier with the 2nd Battalion DCLI at the Battle of Kassassin during the Egyptian War of 1882. We don’t know much about Private Panton but have to assume he ended up thirsty when a bullet went through his water bottle.