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Framed Print of CIVIL WAR: QUAKER GUNS. Logs fashioned into decoy artillery, or so-called Quaker Guns

CIVIL WAR: QUAKER GUNS. Logs fashioned into decoy artillery, or so-called Quaker Guns, a successful ruse set up by Confederate forces at Centreville, Virginia. Photographed by George Barnard and James Gibson, March 1862
CIVIL WAR: QUAKER GUNS. Logs fashioned into decoy artillery, or so-called Quaker Guns, a successful ruse set up by Confederate forces at Centreville, Virginia. Photographed by George Barnard and James Gibson, March 1862
CIVIL WAR: QUAKER GUNS. Logs fashioned into decoy artillery, or so-called Quaker Guns, a successful ruse set up by Confederate forces at Centreville, Virginia. Photographed by George Barnard and James Gibson, March 1862.

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Framed Print of CIVIL WAR: QUAKER GUNS. Logs fashioned into decoy artillery, or so-called Quaker Guns, a successful ruse set up by Confederate forces at Centreville, Virginia. Photographed by George Barnard and James Gibson, March 1862

CIVIL WAR: QUAKER GUNS.
Logs fashioned into decoy artillery, or so-called Quaker Guns, a successful ruse set up by Confederate forces at Centreville, Virginia. Photographed by George Barnard and James Gibson, March 1862

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1862 , American , Barnard , Cannon , Civil War , Confederate , Decoy , Exterior , Fort , Gibson , James , Quaker , Quaker Gun , South , South East , Trick

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Wooden framed 20x16 print incorporating a digital mat effect. Overall outside dimensions are 22x18 inches (559x457mm). Finished back features brown backing paper, hanging bracket and corner bumpers. Glazed with durable Styrene Plastic to provide a virtually unbreakable glass-like finish, easily cleaned with a damp cloth. Maximum size of printed image is 16"x12"

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