County of Brant Public Library Digital Collections
1812-era Musket Ball Mold
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Posted by [Name Withheld], 29 March 2019 at 12:10

when would a musket ball mold like this cost in current day. also what year would these be used in.

Posted by Christine MacArthur, 29 March 2019 at 13:24

Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we do not have further information about this historical object as all details we have are provided in the accompanying description.

For additional details, however, you can contact the object's owner, the Canadian Military Heritage Museum by email at cmhmbrant@gmail.com or you can visit their website directly at canadianmilitaryheritagemuseum.ca/

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1812-era Musket Ball Mold


This handheld bullet ball mold was carried by Canadian or British soldiers in the County of Brant area during the campaign of the War of 1812. It was used with the famous British "Brown Bess" Land Pattern Musket, and provided soldiers with a small, portable means to create balls. This artifact was provided for photography by Richard Shaver from his personal collection. It can be seen on display at the Canadian Military Heritage Museum in Brantford.