A smaller-sized enamel or granite wear coffee pot. In good condition, with only a couple of chips in the enamel, solid and useable condition.
Stands about 7 1/2" tall overall with a 4 3/4" base.
NO dents, breaks or holes. Hinged lid fits perfectly.
The best cowboy coffee, in my mind, comes out of an enamel pot. Once the campfire is going, fill the pot with cold water and, when it boils, dump in the coffee. (The only way to know how MUCH coffee grounds to use is to work at it. Your comfort zone may range from 3/4 cup per quart of water to twice that amount). Let it cook for a minute -- no longer! -- and set the pot in a protected spot to steep for five minutes. A soft, sandy soil works well as an insulator here, and it is a good idea to cover it with a small towel.
This is a vintage gray enamel coffee pot with a pouring handle. This pot will brew about 5 or 6 cups, and is the type that was used for outside camping or on the trail. The lid is enameled tin and in perfect condition. Perfect for 1 or 2 men moving fast and traveling light. "Watch your back trail."