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#15628 - Revolutionary War Cannonball Benedict Arnold crews
This is a 2 3/8"diameter solid iron cannon ball from the American Revolutionary War. A number of these were found in the potatoe cellar of a collapsed stone warehouse in Mount Indepence, NY along Lake Champlain. Research tells us that these came off the Schooner Liberty and were intended for one of General Benedict Arnold's gondolas being prepared to meet the British fleet. Never used and then left stored for over 200 years! Has some slight roughness and minor dings to surface but otherwise solid item with light brown dappling over black base color.

Type:  |  Condition: Fine  |  Price: $82.00
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