BANNERMAN’S WALL PLAQUE WITH FLINT AND PICK & BRUSH

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Item Code: 172-5626

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This is a wood plaque displaying flintlock musket accessories and made to hang on a wall. The folks at Francis Bannerman’s & Sons created wall plaques with various items attached as another way to move their military surplus.

Here is a shield-shaped wood plaque, painted black, with brass hanger on the back. Wire-mounted to the front is a musket flint and a “pick & brush.” The pick & brush is circa 1820-1840. Long spun-wire links (each 2.5” long) are connected with a brush to clear the musket frizzen pan on one end and a pick to clear the touch hole on the other. This would usually have been attached to the shoulder strap of the cartridge box at mid-chest where it was most accessible.

All parts in very good condition.  [jet] [ph:m]

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