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  • Subject: Musket Balls
  • Musket Balls- c. 1812
        These five musket balls were found on Nickel beach at a home on Lakeshore Road East, Port Colborne Ontario. It is believed that during the War of 1812 many military stores and munitions were secreted or buried in haste to prevent their seizure by advancing American troops. This would most ...
      These five musket balls were found on Nickel beach at a home ...
  • Musket Ball Mold
        This is a musket ball mold of a plier design. It was used to press a musket ball to the proper size calibre. The press end is hollow and rounded with a hole at one end for pouring in molten metal and the handle is curved.
      This is a musket ball mold of a plier design. It was ...
  • Musket Balls from Niagara Battlefield Sites
        A collection of musket balls found at one of Niagara's battlefield sites. Sizes range from 1.8 to 1.5 to 1.2 cms.
      A collection of musket balls found at one of Niagara's battlefield sites. ...
  • Muskets Balls
        These musket balls were found at one of Niagara's battlefield sites. It appears, due to their deformation, that they have been fired from a musket.
      These musket balls were found at one of Niagara's battlefield sites. It ...
  • Small Cannon Shot and Musket Balls- c. 1812
        These are various sizes of small cannon shot and musket balls from the Battleground Hotel Museum.
      These are various sizes of small cannon shot and musket balls from ...
  • Musket ball
        This type ammunition was used in a musket during the War of 1812. A small round silver ball of lead, this musket ball is 2 1/8 inches in circumference. The surface is shiny and smooth with a visible cast mark is on the surface. The bottom of the musket ball ...
      This type ammunition was used in a musket during the War of ...
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