Weaponry from the Machault – An 18th-Century French Frigate

#C-1660
Bryce, Douglas

ISBN/ISSN: 0660117088
Category: Weapons
Keywords: Machault, Cannons
Comments: Pamphlet; includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 7.25″ x 9.5″
Pages: 69
Editions: The first edition (not stated) was published by Parks Canada, Ottawa (1984), in paperback.
Description: This pamphlet describes and illustrates the rifles, pistols, swords, cannons and shot recovered from the French frigate, “Machault”, which sank in the Restigouche River near Quebec in 1760.

The Armouries of the Tower of London – The Ordnance

#C-1427
Blackmore, H.L.

ISBN/ISSN: 0116702516
Category: Weapons
Keywords: Cannons
Comments: Illustrated
Size: 8.75″ x 11.25″
Pages: 425 plus 80 plates
Editions: The first edition (First Published – stated) was published by Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, London (1976), in hardback with a dust jacket.
Description: This massive book describes the many cannons in the collection of the British Government and housed in the Tower of London. All of the cannons and many types of ammunition are described, and most are illustrated. Many of the cannons are nautical in origin and from a variety of nations. An excellent reference.

A Wrought Iron Gun for Early 16th Century Sea Service

#C-1168
Armstrong, Douglas R.

Category: Weapons
Keywords: Cannons
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 8.75″ x 11″
Pages: 49
Editions: The first edition (not stated) was published by the author, Palm Bay, Florida (1993) in paperback. A revised edition (stated) was published in 2000.
Description: This booklet describes a very early wrought iron cannon, constructed near the end of the 15th century. It was discovered near the Bahamas Islands in 1992.

A Bronze Saker for England’s King Henry VIII

#C-1158
Armstrong, Douglas R.

Category: Weapons
Keywords: Cannons
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 8.75″ x 11″
Pages: 13
Editions: The first edition (not stated) was published by the author, Palm Bay, Florida (1993), in paperback. A revised edition (stated) was published in 2000.
Description: This booklet describes a bronze gun, cast by the Owyn family in England for King Henry VIII in 1543. It was discovered near the Bahamas Islands in 1992.