The only markings on this functional modern custom made scaled down replica of a Model 1835 mountain howitzer are "NO./05" on the left trunnion and "1860" on the right trunnion. Measuring 28 inches long from muzzle to rear tip and 9 1/4 inches wide at the trunnions, with a bore measuring 1 1/4 inches. The unmarked olive green carriage with black iron hardware measures approximately 61 inches in length, with a 39 inch width, and a wheel height of 30 1/4 inches. The carriage is fitted with iron bound 12 spoke wheels, an elevation wheel, and includes tools. Although the bore and overall dimensions of this reproduction are quite a bit smaller and not exact, it appears to be modeled after a Model 1835 12-pounder mountain howitzer; reference pages 134-137 of "Field Artillery Weapons of the Civil War" by James C. Hazlett, Edwin Olmstead, and M. Hume Parks.
Very fine, the brass tube remains mostly bright. The carriage is also very fine with nearly all of its painted finishes.
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