RELIC ARTILLERY HAMMER FROM FREDERICKSBURG

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Item Code: 33-454

Heavy iron hammer used by artillerymen.  This one measures 7” long with a 3 ½” hammer head. Well used and recovered in a Civil War camp in the Lee Hills section of Fredericksburg, VA.  Uncoated with typical surface rust of a “dug” relic.  [jet]

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