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A Brig of War's 12 pr Carronade.A Brig of War's 12 pr Carronade.
A Brig of War's 12 pr Carronade.

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Repro ID: PZ2916
Title: A Brig of War's 12 pr Carronade.
Description: The carronade was a short-barrel, large-calibre gun designed in the 1770s. It was the most successful product of the Carron Ironworks. The Royal Navy ordered carronades in large numbers, as did many foreign navies.
Creator: Edward William Cooke (1811-1880)
Date: Unknown
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London

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