Revolutionary War Powder Tester dug at the Siege of Savannah (1779)

Revolutionary War Powder Tester dug at the Siege of Savannah (1779)

$400.00Price

This Revolutioary War powder tester was dug in the Franco Americanm Siege Lines during modern construciton in the 1990's.  Found with other pieces, nails, tacks, powder testers indicating a military test and camp.  Black powder is very suscecptible and soldiers of the 18th c. were constrantly checkoing the quality and if it had absorbed too much mosture.  Measures 5 in. tall and 1.5 in. in diameter.  Very rare artifact and even more rare to be found from a souther battle.  ex. John Emond collection.  

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