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Gun Furniture - Detail of inscription
Side plate from a sea-service musket. It bears the stamp 'J. BUTTALL', that of a known London maker. This is one of a group of pieces extracted from marine concretion, all apparently from the same weapon; the group comprises numbers ZBA0442-0445. Recovered from the wreck site of an unidentified merchantman circa 1780-1815 in the South Edinburgh Channel, Thames Estuary, in 1975.
Original size: 1 mm x 157 mm x 40 mm
- Image reference: L1139
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London