FIRED 12-PDR CANISTER PLATE WITH PAPER LABEL

$325.00

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Item Code: 1202-127

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Offered here is a thick, bottom canister plate. It exhibits seven dented impressions where the iron canister balls were seated when it was fired.

An early veteran’s battlefield pickup as it shows light surface rust but was obviously not a buried “relic.” It also has a paper label glued to the underside with pen & ink note, “Richmond Virginia.” This came from a collection of items from the York Springs, PA., G.A.R. post.

Base plate is in good condition is slightly cupped, with ball impressions. It measures approximately 4.4” in diameter and 0.29” thick.

An interesting artillery relic recovered from Richmond and from a local G.A.R. post.  [jet][ph:L]

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