A Massive Mughal Cannon Captured in 1858
Late 17th/Early 18th Century
This impressive bronze cannon is cast in relief with an overall chevron design and with a band of flowerheads around the muzzle.
Length 238.8 cm (94 in)
Captured from the hill fort at Copidroog by soldiers commanded by Major-General Macleod on 2nd June 1858. Later donated by him to the Royal United Service Museum.
Listed in the Official Catalogue of the Royal United Service Museum Whitehall, London 1908
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