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Military Band

National Museum of American History

Military

National Museum of American History

Military Cross

National Museum of American History

military parade

National Museum of American History

military brush

National Museum of American History

prism, military

National Museum of American History

clinometer, military

National Museum of American History

Military Life

National Museum of American History

Military Drum

National Museum of American History
This drum was made by an unknown maker in France, around 1817-1854. It has a brass shell with a cast brass eagle and 4 grenades, and skin heads. The wood hoops are painted red, white and blue, and drilled with 10 holes each for rope which is laced through leather ears, used to tighten the hoops. The attribution date for this drum is subject to study.

Military Drum

National Museum of American History
This drum was made by an unknown maker, probably in England, around 1845-1855. It has a brass shell, and skin heads. The wood hoops are painted red, white and blue, and drilled with 10 holes each for rope which is laced through leather ears, used to tighten the hoops. The drum is disassembled and in poor condition. The attribution date for the drum is subject to study.

Military Drum

National Museum of American History
This drum was made by an unknown maker possibly in France, around 1854-1870. It has a brass shell with a cast brass eagle and 4 grenades, and skin heads. The wood hoops are painted red, white and blue, and drilled with 10 holes each for rope which is laced through leather ears, used to tighten the hoops. The attribution date for this drum is subject to study.

socks, military

National Museum of American History

Military Drum

National Museum of American History

This drum was made by an unknown maker in Europe, around 1808-1817. It has a brass shell with a cast coat of arms with a crown and the initials “FWR,” and skin heads. The wood hoops are painted red and white and drilled with 10 holes each for rope which is laced through leather ears, used to tighten the hoops. The shell is stamped below the vent hole:

GABLER
IN
BERLIN

(And on what appears to be a snare mechanism):

2A
2B 14 LR4

The attribution date for the drum is subject to study.

Military Barracks

National Museum of American History

Military Bravery

National Museum of American History

US Military Knife

National Museum of American History

Military Epaulettes

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Military Buckles

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Military Epaulettes

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Military Hats

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Military Map...

National Museum of American History
Map of the United States showing how Liberty Bonds help build and maintain military bases.

628th Military Intelligence Battalion

National Museum of American History

Belgian Military Percussion Rifle

National Museum of American History

Imported Military Percussion Rifle

National Museum of American History
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