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Copper Alloy Spigot
Brass spigot. A tap for inserting into a barrel. Recovered from the wreck site of an unidentified merchantman circa 1780-1815 in the South Edinburgh Channel, Thames Estuary, in 1975. Other items in the museum from the same wreck include: REL0628-0689, REL0769-0771, ZBA0440-0445
Original size: 90 mm x 140 mm x 42 mm
- Image reference: L1135
- National Maritime Museum