Old Rare Antique Civil War Cannon Ball Iron Shot With Wood Ring Stand For SaleINSURED SHIPPING
1-1/2- 1.551"CIVIL WAR CANNON BALL IRON CANNISTER SHOT WITH BEAUTIFUL WOOD STAND
5" Round .53 Lbs Shows Beautiful. Some lines and scratch. Great condition.
These Cannon Ball Iron Cannister Shot Collected in the 1960
From The Battle of Middle Creek - Battle January 10, 1862. Offensive in Eastern Kentucky (1862). More than a month after Confederate Colonel John S. Williams left Kentucky, following the fight at Ivy Mountain, Brigadier General Humphrey Marshall led another force into southeast Kentucky to continue recruiting activities. From his headquarters in Paintsville, on the Big Sandy River, northwest of Prestonsburg Marshall recruited volunteers and had a force of more than 2,000 men.
This cannon ball has been lightly sealed to preserve the luster and the appearance not sanded or scraped will last forever. No rust will get on your hands has not changed the appearance of the age makes for a clean showing and handling if u would like an original rusty cannon ball please let me know and i can ship either way the Cannon Ball in picture is like the 1 I will be shipping.
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HOLD THE CANNON BALL AND FEEL THE HISTORY OF OUR FORE FATHERS FOUGHT FOR FREEDOM.
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