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 Post subject: Napoleon #13
PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 5:24 pm 
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This is the 13th Napoleon I have made.
Several months back, I took orders for 4 of these things in one week.
That's crazy!!! :shock:

Got them all finished and have one in stock.

Here is #13

Zulu

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These are the three others I did. Colors are all customer request.

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The one I have in stock can be seen on my website here. :-D

https://jmelledge.com/FieldCarriageNo2B ... oleon.html

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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon #13
PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2019 6:55 pm 
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Wow thats plain beautiful


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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon #13
PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2019 10:09 am 
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Incredible! Never ceases to amaze me how your passion continues to inspire. Those are beautiful and I really love watching them fired.
Thanks, Zulu, for sharing....missed you there for a while!

Don


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 Post subject: Re: Napoleon #13
PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:42 pm 
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Don2Laughs wrote:
Incredible! Never ceases to amaze me how your passion continues to inspire. Those are beautiful and I really love watching them fired.
Thanks, Zulu, for sharing....missed you there for a while!

Don



Hi Don,
I have been super busy but it is building things you guys have seen a lot of times.
In addition to the Napoleons the latest has been my concrete cannons. I've built three carriages and poured four barrels in the past month. Now I have 1 barrel and 1 carriage left and have to build some more. The rest have sold.

I also have started a large naval carriage for an 850 lb. six pounder that was recovered from the ocean floor. The owner lives in San Antonio. I'll get some pictures of it up here as I progress. I'm waiting on confirmation of some measurements from him. The barrel is in pretty rough shape. He won it in an auction.

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