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    Re: "1t----B ARTILLERY No. 53 What is this? - SOLVED

    BANNER for sure sherm
    My vote is in
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    Re: "1t----B ARTILLERY No. 53 What is this? - SOLVED

    GREAT! That's a certain Museum piece. Good job
    Ry

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    Re: "1t----B ARTILLERY No. 53 What is this? - SOLVED



    You're certainly on a roll... gotta love it!

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    Re: "1t----B ARTILLERY No. 53 What is this?

    Quote Originally Posted by pjroo33
    If this were posted in Todays Finds or My Best Finds, it is almost a lock for the BANNER. Might want to think about posting it over there now that you know what it is for sure. It will get a lot more exposure. I'm sure there are a lot of people who don't often check the What's it forum who would love to see it.
    I agree. And I'll then make my Banner Vote again on a new thread.
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    Re: "1t----B ARTILLERY No. 53 What is this? - SOLVED

    Just saw this listed in W&E Magazine this month! Congrats on making it into the magazine and again for an awesome find!!!

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    Re: "1t----B ARTILLERY No. 53 What is this? - SOLVED

    wow that is frakin awsome!!!!!! great find
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    Re: "1t----B ARTILLERY No. 53 What is this? - SOLVED

    Kinda wierd. It was the ONLY Revolutionary War find, (except the Wash. buttons). Thought it might make the front cover. Hopefully I can find the guy it belonged to. Have Narrowed it down to 2 Companies. The 5th and the 8th. Commanded by Capt. John Carter and Major Griffith Williams, respectively. Now I have to obtain muster rolls, and or, paylists of these 2 companies to find out who man #53 was. I put that there are only 2 Royal Artillery Cartridge Boxes known from this period. One in the Charleston S. C. Museum and the other in the Royal Artillery Museum in Woolwich England. The one I have would be the only tip of a cartridge box known to Gen. Burgoynes Northern Army but it was never mentioned in the article. I thought this was an important fact people might want to know about. Along with the fact that this particular relic, can actually be traced back to a specific soldier it was issued to. I DUNNO? I'm working on it though. It will make a great story if I actually pinpoint the guy and find out what battles he actually participated in though.....won't it?! Was a nice article though. I'm glad I made the Best Finds of 2008! Now to find the other tip and the BOX PLATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! $$$$$$$$$
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    Re: "1t----B ARTILLERY No. 53 What is this? - SOLVED

    awesome relic !!
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