Scalloped flap, small wear hole in top right portion of flap, curved design to fit on waist.The tinned tube type manufacture started during the Revolutionary War. This box has definitely seen use with good honest wear........................................................, 11 1/2", a nice belly twist horn with a wooden dowel base, the screw off knob allowed for filling with black powder, original fiddle tip pin, carved tip, lovely yellow patina to the horn.I hate pollution and the death of our fragile ecosystems and all the rest.But- with that disclaimer out of the way- Glass Beach in Fort Bragg, California is the incredible result of human wastefulness and the resilience of nature.From vast forests in the Pacific Northwest to the geological marvel of the Grand Canyon in the Southwest; the anachronistic mix of world-class urban development with centuries of history in the Northeast, to the rich cultures and big waves of the Hawaiian islands, the United States is a true treasure trove for any traveler.Use our map of the United States, as well as our satellite map and printable map to help you plan your next epic adventure.When traveling through the United States, it's like the song goes: you can see mountains, prairies, and oceans, sometimes within the same day.The cultural, historical, and topographical diversity of these fifty states is what makes America, well, America.
As the shores grew into glimmering beaches, the state realized that people were visiting to collect the glass and to see the rainbow sands reflecting the sun, and quickly annexed it into a national park. , and Glass Beach is now a protected treasure that I’m dying to visit.
[See Encyclopedia of Black Power, Artillery Projectiles Found in North America 1759 - 1865, page 549, see example #1, described as a Type 2 Bar Shot.
This shot is described as British in origin by the author. The Siege of Boston (April 19, 1775 - March 17, 1776) when the British evacuated Boston was the last military activity near Boston as action moved south to New York and Long Island.
9.25" total length, bar length, 6.5", diameter of half sphere 3.1, weight 4.3oz.
Excavated over 40 years ago and marked on both half sphere BOSTON [light but evident].