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This image shows a Sword and British Officers Saber.

British Officer's Saber

Made in London, this officer’s saber features a long, single-edged blade used for slashing.
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This image shows a British Officer's hanger. It is displayed below the sword on a white background. The hilt is a shade of gold while the sword is silver.

British Officer's Hanger

The stout blades on hangers like this one made them versatile fighting weapons and were easier for infantry officers to carry than longer-bladed sabers.
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Hessian Cap Plates

These metal pieces once adorned the headgear worn by Hessian soldiers who served under British command during the Revolutionary War.
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This image shows The Siege of Yorktown painting. The frame is brown with circular gold symbols. It says “1781” at the top of the frame.

The Siege of Yorktown

This full-sized copy, believed to have been painted by French artist Henry LeGrand, depicts a dramatic scene commemorating the October 1781 Siege of Yorktown in Virginia.
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This image shows the powder horn of Peter Perit. The horn has illustrations of a king and his horse, as well as a violinist and two figures dancing.

Peter Perit’s Powder Horn

Captain Peter Perit used this powder horn, featuring decorations that include the lion and unicorn from the British Royal Coat of Arms, at the Siege of Boston in 1775.
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This image shows Abel Scott's Powder Horn. It is displayed against a white background. It is attached to a brown strap.

Abel Scott's Powder Horn

This engraved powder horn belonged to Abel Scott, a New England soldier who served in five military campaigns of the Revolutionary War.
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Philadelphia Powder Horn

This decoratively engraved powder horn includes a view of Philadelphia’s busy waterfront on the eve of the American Revolution.
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Samuel Dudley's Powder Horn

This charming powder horn was decorated for a New England soldier Samuel Dudley serving in Warwick, Rhode Island, in December 1777.
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This image shows Reverend George Whitefield’s flagon. It is silver with an engraving reading “Rev. George Whitefield, Tabernacle, Bristol.” It is displayed against a white background.

Reverend George Whitefield’s Flagon

This communion flagon is engraved for Bristol Tabernacle, an English church established by the Reverend George Whitefield in the 1750s.
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Linen Hunting Shirt

This uniquely American hunting shirt, which were worn by many riflemen from the mid-Atlantic area, originated in the Virginia backcountry.
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