3 edition of Disposition of condemned brass and bronze cannon. found in the catalog.
Disposition of condemned brass and bronze cannon.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||Disposition of condemned cannon for ornamental purposes|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
A VERY NICELY DETAILED LATE 19th/EARLY 20TH CENTURY MODEL OF A MIDTH CENTURY FIELD CANNON w/ ITS IRON MOUNTED WOODEN FIELD-CARRIAGE, ca. In overall very good, untouched cast brass 7 1/2”, smoothbore, caliber, brass barrel of typical mid 18th century design with a baluster turned muzzle, a finely turned mid-section & breech, a rounded ball . Noble Bros. and Co. Bronze & Iron 6-Pounder / 3-inch Rifle. Noble Brothers and Company of Rome, Georgia, produced at least twenty-two 6-pounders guns, fifteen of cast iron and seven of bronze. There is also evidence because of surviving pieces that Noble Bros. using the same pattern produced 3 .
Now the bronze pillars which were in the house of the LORD, and the stands and the bronze sea which were in the house of the LORD, the Chaldeans broke in pieces and carried the bronze to Babylon. They took away the pots, the shovels, the snuffers, the spoons, and all the bronze vessels which were used in . A recently acquired Jamestown-era bronze cannon is now on exhibit in the “Establishing Jamestown” section of the Jamestown Settlement galleries. Made in England early in the 17th century, this long-barreled cannon is of a type called a saker. John Smith mentions “sacars” when he lists the guns present at James Fort in
Signal cannons, also referred to as, salute cannons were used aboard ship and on land to make salutes, to warn of danger, and to attract attention in the case of an emergency. They were also used to start yacht races. These cannons were generally cast in the style of the period to which they belong. An old miniature Cannon barrel cast in solid brass or bronze. Good detailing and with a small touchhole to the top of one side, approx 4 inches long. Probably 19th c, definately an old piece. We have.
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$ antique bronze yacht signal salute cannon. Brass (or bronze) cannon, if I remember correctly, had a longer barrel life, drooped less and were thus more accurate, and were easier to cast, as the alloy was more forgiving than Iron.
Iron guns were heavier, had to be cast with much more quality control in terms of the quality of the metal, wore out quicker, and burst into deadly shards. It would most likely be bronze rather than brass.
Bronze was better in that it did not burst like iron cannons did and did not have a rust issue. On the down side bronze barrels wore faster than iron barrels.
Plus bronze was more expensive and hea. Hi, New member here. Quick question on bronze cannons. Would the troops (either side) keep the barrel shiny bronze or let it weather.
I am building a pounder Napoleon and the instructions give a method to weather it or paint it black. Seems to me they would keep it clean and bronze. Antique cannon for sale at International Military Antiques such as U.S.
Civil War cannon, WWI cannon, Napoleonic War cannon, Revolution War Cannon and more. You searched for: antique brass cannon. Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search.
No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you. Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin and is stronger and harder than brass. It was used for weapons for hundreds of years before the technology of iron was discovered. Cannon were made of bronze and brass since it is easier to cast than iron.
Iron takes more heat and closer tolerances in casting. Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc. This is a miniature antique muzzle loading cannon by an unknown maker. Featured on page of the book "The Art of Miniature Firearms - Centuries of Craftsmanship".
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Bronze is usually made up of copper (about 90%) and tin (about 10%) Brass is usually made up of copper and zinc. Some alloys are called bronze when they are actually brass, such as "commercial. While there are aspects of the lower answers that are part of the point there is one key factor that many do not mention.
Bronze and Brass were highly advanced alloys by the time gunpowder reached Europe. Steel and Iron. not so much. Iron is also.
In America, one of the first recorded brass founders and fabricators is Joseph Jenks in Lynn, Mass from to with brass pins for wool making being a very important product.
Despite legal restrictions, many others set up such works during the eighteenth century. (Schiffer, P. et al, The Brass Book,ISBN X). A search for "Olin alloy " will turn up a link, or: Olin Brass Corporation will get you there. Kansas Cannon Works makes some very nice small cannons from steel bar stock that I think are a good value.
Kansas Cannon Works Cannon Page One I have a one inch bore Napoleon. Wish I had a golf ball barrel since projectiles are cheaper. A very nice Antique 18th century antique Dutch 1 pounder bronze cannon, caliber cm, length of the barrel cm.
Price ,- euro. A fine antique pair 18th Century English Bronze Swivel Cannons, on the barrels engraved "S,r W,m Barker" (probably Sir William Barker 3rd Baronet of Bocking-Hall Essex ), in very good condition.
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Bronze oxidizes to a dark brown color and needs no further maintenance. While bronze can be polished, it is quite a job and given the good looks of "natural bronze" in the marine environment, it's hard to believe any captain would paint a bronze cannon. Iron cannon might be painted black (or "blacked" with lampblack and oil,) but as bronze.
Brass signal cannon having inch barrel on an oak carriage with working wheels. The weight of the barrel is Lb Dimensions Height 8 inches Length inches Width inches. Category. We also manufacture cannon carriages.
We also have a book for sale titled, CANNON JOURNAL - A Compilation of Info on Bronze Asian and European Type Cannons ( - 's). If you're a cannon collector, enthusiast or thinking of purchasing an Asian or European bronze cannon then this book is definately for you. Shades of Liberty is the exciting new action-packed series that chronicles African Americans who fought in the American Revolutionary War.
Sources: Holst, Donald W. The Use of Carronades during the American ry Collector and Historian, 40 (Winter ). Swivel-gun. Manucy, Albert. Artillery through the Ages, a Short Illustrated History of Cannon, Emphasizing. IDENTIFYING BRASS AND BRONZE ARTIFACTS Brass and bronze are alloys of copper. (Two or more metals are combined to form an alloy.
Alloys generally have a different appearance or working properties from their component metals.) Other alloys of copper include "gunmetal", bell metal, and German silver, also called Nickel silver and "paktong".
Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin commonly used in 18th and 19th century artillery. Often mistakenly called brass. Brass versus Bronze BRASS: An alloy composed of copper and zinc and not suitable for ordnance. BRONZE: An alloy composed of copper and tin and definitely suitable for ordnance.
Bronze.Cannon, big gun, howitzer, or mortar, as distinguished from a musket, rifle, or other small arm. Modern cannon are complex mechanisms cast from high-grade steel and machined to exacting tolerances. They characteristically have rifled bores, though some contemporary tank-mounted and field artillery.