French Napoleonic Model Brass Cannon Museum Collection - Seven Pieces
Original Items: Only One Set Available. These seven brass Cannon Models were released from a British regimental museum sometime in the 1970s and represent the principal types of French Cannons dating from the Seven Years War, also known as The French and Indian Wars in the United States and the end of the Napoleonic era in 1815.
Six of the Seven models retain their original Museum wood bases complete with brass plaques designating the type of cannon.
The models are as follows:
Disappearing Howitzer from 1730 with wood ramp mount (approx scale 1:32)
Traversing cannon from 1814 with wheeled wood mount (approx scale 1:18)
Siege Cannon from 1812 with massive wood wheeled mount. (approx scale 1:18)
Long Tom Cannon from 1812 with ship's wheeled mount (approx scale 1:18)
Long Range cannon on mount on wooden rails C.1800 (approx scale 1:18)
Ship's upper deck Cannon from 1790 on wood wheeled ship's mount (approx scale 1:32)
Ship's lower deck Cannon on ship's mount but without wood base 1790 (approx scale 1:32)
A fascinating high quality selection that were beautifully made, maybe in regimental workshops. A great display for office or home of brass muzzle loading cannons of various types.
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- These are inert replica cannons that are for display only.
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