19th century German artillery piece

19th century German artillery piece

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Caption: Drawing of a 12 pounder cannon of the field artillery of the German Confederation in 1842. The 12 pounder (the weight of the iron shot it fired) was the largest size artillery piece commonly used by European armies in the field. The top darwing shows the gun carriage attached to a horse-drawn limber.(Zeichnungen des Konigl. Preussischen Artillerie-Materials, etc. BERGER, Zeichner der Koniglichen Inspektion der Artillerie-Werkstatten.) Berlin, 1856-60. Author Berger.

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