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swivelgun3

A VERY FINE REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD AMERICAN SWIVEL GUN, ca. 1770s: In overall very fine untouched condition. Cast iron barrel with an integral, raised, rectangular touch-hole and…

cannonball1

A VERY GOOD AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR PERIOD 4 lb. “SOLID SHOT” CANNON BALL, (FOUND IN NEW HAMPSHIRE), ca. 1770s: In overall very good sound untouched condition and…

Iron Artillery Worm

This is an example of an iton artillery worm. A tool like this would typically be fixed the end of a wooden pole, then stuck into the…

French Artillery Gauge

This is an example of a French artillery gauge. It would be used when making calculations for cannon setup and firing. For source and more details, click…

British Cannon Shell

This is an example of a British artillery shell. When fired, it would explode and rain shrapnel down upon the enemy. For source and more details, click…

British Cannon Ball

This is an example of a British cannon ball. It has an original mark on it, highlighted by a more modern marking made in white. For source…

British 6-Pound Field Gun

The British Field Gun was a common piece of artillery during the Revolutionary war. The one in this photo was captured from the British at the Battle…