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Posted 7 years ago


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This Cannon has" Loud Lucy" on it and 1885 and 12" & 3" in dia with a Rat above the rim you can't see it in the pictures. what would this be used for?

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  1. James James, 7 years ago
    I not sure but it could be a starters gun for Sailboat races or a Military signal gun. Is it Bronze or Brass. It is missing its trunnions they should go where the two holes are great piece. Where did you find it?
  2. Creal, 7 years ago
    This cannon was given to our dad by our uncle about 50 yrs ago he thinks it can from Pennsylvania/Kentucky area.We believe its to be Bronze..
  3. YardSaleDave, 7 years ago
    Most cannons had the trunnions cast right into the barrel for permanent mounting. Yours was more than likely made for a swivel set up where the shaft would be placed into an oar lock or similar hole on the ships railing.
  4. allwheels, 7 years ago
    Where can I find more Info? and value of it?

    Thanks, Dave
  5. YardSaleDave, 7 years ago
    Hope this link works, this is what it would have looked like complete.

    Value is tough, I have gotten as much as $500 and as little as $75 for these. If the name "Loud Lucy" is rare, a hard core cannonier will recognize it right away.

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