1812 History

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  • Subject: Equipment
  • Coal Scuttle- c. 1800-1820
        This tin and wood coal scuttle would have been used to carry live coals and ashes. The scuttle features a turned wooden handle joined by a tin shank. There is a small hook on the end of the handle to hang the scuttle. This item provides insight into domestic life ...
      This tin and wood coal scuttle would have been used to carry ...
  • Flour Scoop- c. 1810-1820
        This item is a hand-carved flour scoop, dated 1810-1820, that is believed to have been used on a farm in Fonthill by Mrs. Kinsman. The scoop is chipped with turned edges and a double rectangular handle. This item can help to understand domestic life during the War of 1812.
      This item is a hand-carved flour scoop, dated 1810-1820, that is believed ...
  • Bed Warmer- c. 1800-1830
        This copper bed warmer was used to warm sheets with hot coals from the fire. It is round with an embossed pattern and a perforated lid. It also features a wooden handle which fits into a copper piece. This bed warmer provides a good example of life before modern comforts.
      This copper bed warmer was used to warm sheets with hot coals ...
  • Musketball Mould
        This type of musketball mould was made pre-1830 or earlier and would have been used during that time. An iron, plier-like tool with two handles. At the end of each handle is a semi-spherical mould. When brought together the moulds create a complete sphere, except for a small circular opening ...
      This type of musketball mould was made pre-1830 or earlier and would ...
  • Musketball Mould
        A musketball mould of the type made and used pre-1830. An iron, plier-like tool with two handles. At the end of each handle is a mini-pan with semi-spherical moulds inside. When the two handles are brought together the moulds create a complete sphere, except for a small circular opening to ...
      A musketball mould of the type made and used pre-1830. An iron, ...
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