All items with the origin: The Tredegar Foundry Collection C.S.A.

 
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Tredegar Coehorn Mortar

The Tredegar Coehorn Mortar is the smallest cannon we offer in the Tredegar Foundry Collection. Cast just like the original using gray iron, we insert a steel sleeve with a sub-bore of 4.62 inches still making this mortar a true 12-pounder.

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Tredegar Mountain Rifle, Bronze/Iron

The 2.25-inch Mountain Rifle appears in two Confederate ordnance manuals with as much detail as any other field piece of artillery.  Called Model 1862, records of its manufacture were entered in three Tredegar sources. Eighteen pieces were apparently cast from bronze and one forged from wrought iron…

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Tredegar Parrott Rifle – 2.9 (10-pounder)

Tredegar produced the first two pieces substantially in accord with a drawing made to copy the West Point Foundry’s U.S. Parrott. An obvious deviation from the U.S. model, which is almost a Tredegar hallmark for 2.9 and 4.2-inch Parrott rifles (but not for those of 3.67-inch bore),…

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Tredegar Iron 12-Pounder Napoleon, Model 1863

The largest number of identical Confederate Napoleons were those made of iron. During 1864 the Tredegar Iron Works produced 105, with another 20 early in 1865. Tredegar Iron Napoleons were reinforced by a breech band, presumably of wrough iron. These tubes look like a parrott rifle on…

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Tredegar Iron 12-Pounder Field Howitzer

Tredegar produced thirty howitzers of cast iron between 13 November and 14 June 1862. To compensate for the ample demonstrated inferiority of cast iron in comparison with bronze, about 100 pounds of metal were applied where it belonged, at the breech. Most important, the grotesque ornamentation, so…

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