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Original Civil War Cannon
Misc. Non-Excavated
Gorgeous Confederate Made 6# Bronze Cannon by Noble Brothers of Georgia
Item #: L4929
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This is a beautiful piece of Confederate history. This is an original Confederate made bronze cannon from the Civil War. This is the version that has a 3.67 inch diameter bore which is better known as a 6 pounder. This is one of the rare cannon that were produced in Rome, Georgia by the firm of the Noble Brothers. The gun is beautifully marked by them on the right trunnion and the left-hand trunnion is clearly marked with the production date of May 1862. The records of the firm state that this would've been one of seven 6 pound guns that were delivered to the Richmond Arsenal. The bronze has a beautiful patina as you can see in the images. The muzzle of the barrel has the inspectors initials "L.J.S." which stands for Capt. L.J. Smith who was the ordinance inspector at the Noble Brothers Foundry. The cascabel of the cannon has the weight of the barrel which is 920 pounds stamped into the metal. The gun comes beautifully displayed on a superbly made carriage that was produced by Tom Bailey of Woodstock, Georgia. He makes the finest carriages in the business. This gun spent several years in the private collection of country music legend, Hank Williams Jr. This is an absolute gorgeous cannon from all angles.

Shipping Weight: 1500 lbs
$265,000.00 USD

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