Confederate Shipwreck Military / Civilian Brass Stirrup


Salvaged from the wreck of the CSS Nashville Confederate Navy Warship, Blockade Runner and Privateer destroyed by enemy fire, 28 February 1863 near the Georgia Coast.


Notes: A supply of brass stirrups were discovered on the wreck. These would have been run through the Union blockade for possible civilian, but more likely Military use. 

Confederate Shipwreck Military / Civilian Brass Stirrup

SKU: CSS Nashville Brass Stirrup Display
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