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18th Century Cartridge Box

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This is a Cartridge box as seen in numerous illustrations of the military in the 18th Century. It is made using the same general design techniques as the cartouche box that was found aboard the wreck of the Whydah. It is made from Leather and hand stitched together using linen thread. Great for filling up with paper cartridges for living history ... more info



18th Century Shot Pouch

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This is a small leather shot pouch or priming flask based on a surviving example from the 18th century. A shot pouch was used to carry pistol or musket balls for firelock weapons in the 17th and 18th centuries. A priming flask usually carried a small amount of gun powder to prime the pan on the lock ready for firing. This one has a turned wooden ... more info



3inch wide pirate belt

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This is an approx 3" wide real leather belt inspired by the one worn by Mr Gibbs in the Pirates of the Caribbean films. This belt is made from split leather (leather with the smooth surface removed).It features a square or circular brass buckle or a circular forged Iron buckle and a repair to the back using rivets or sewn to give it a used ... more info



A Ship of War of the Third Rate 1728 Diagram

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This is a copy of a 1728 plan of "A Ship of War of the Third Rate, with Rigging &c. at Anchor" first published in Ephraim Chambers “Cyclopedia: or A Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences". This print features a cut away plan of a 1720s war ship from the outside as well as the internal structure with all parts of the ship listed around the ... more info