Original Napoleonic Era British Brown Bess Lead Musket Balls- Set of Five (5)
Original Item: Discovered under a brick floor in the old palace of Lagan Silekhana in Kathmandu, Nepal in February 2003, these original lead musket balls were issued with the .75 caliber third model Brown Bess muskets and used during the War of 1812 and the Napoleonic Wars.
Originally given as military aid to the independent Country of Nepal at the Treaty of Sugauli on December 2, 1815 when Nepal, never part of the British Empire, came under British influence.
Obsoleted in the 1850s when Britain standardized on the .577 cal. these Brown Bess musket balls have probably laid undisturbed for over 150 years. Original antique British lead Brown Bess Musket balls. 5 pieces included.
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