Medieval Collectibles carries a full line of replica Cannons and medieval catapults. These miniature replica cannons and catapults are very detailed and historically accurate that are made in Spain. They are great collectible pieces and gifts that are ideal for wargamers and collectors. We have Civil War Cannons, British Naval Cannons, Louis XIV Cannons, Medieval Catapults, Napoleon Cannons, Spanish Naval Cannons and much more. Our cannons and catapults are made of cast metal and wooden parts. Cannons and catapults make great office desk decor or home decor items.
Naval cannons were set up on several gun decks on the typical Man of War and the broadsides resulting from all the guns on one side of a ship firing in unison were legendary. This miniature replica cannon is 10.75 inches long and very well detailed.
Medieval catapults were capable of throwing large objects and have existed since Roman times. This miniature catapult from Denix replicates an 11th century piece, the design had changed little over the intervening period.
This Cannon reproduced in a smaller version of the famous '12 Pounder' Cannon. This item measures an impressive 15 inches in overall length with a cast metal barrel that is 7.5 inches in length. This cannon is just like the ones that were used in the Civil War.
This miniature U.S. civil war cannon is typical of the field cannons used by both sides in the conflict. At 7.25 inches long, this piece is part of a series of famous cannon miniatures from Denix made in Spain.
The Napoleonic Wars saw extensive use of field cannon, and this miniature replica is based on a French piece that possibly saw action at the Battle of Waterloo. Typified by the on-board powder chest and the bronze barrel.
This Medieval Catapult is made from metal, with plastic wheels and has an exciting working firing mechanism. The catapult also incorporates a pencil sharpener. A catapult is a device used to throw or hurl a projectile a great distance.
This medium cannon measures 2.6 inches and is made from metal. There is a trigger mechanism underneath. English cannon were first used during the Hundred Years' War, at the Battle of Cr+'cy, in 1346.
This miniature replica of a Louis XIV field cannon is well constructed and is sized for a shelf display. The wheels rotate and the barrel can be tipped and elevated. The details are excellent. This is a French Cannon used by the troops of Luis XIV in the 18th century.
This cannon is an accurate model of a cannon mounted on a wheeled chassis. The Miniature Cannon measures 1.6 inches and is made from metal. English cannon were first used during the Hundred Years' War, at the Battle of Cr+'cy, in 1346.
This Large Cannon Pencil Sharpener measures 3.9 inches and is made from metal with plastic wheels. There is a pencil sharpener under the barrel. English cannon were first used during the Hundred Years' War, at the Battle of Cr+'cy, in 1346.
This naval cannon is made from metal and has a pencil sharpener in the base, it measures 3 inches. The cannon that saw use in the Tudor navy had a relatively long barrel and light construction.
In a battle, heavy artillery can make all the difference. That is as true now as it was back in the day, even when they were fighting in the Civil War. This Miniature Civil War Cannon is an accurate little reproduction from the days of early artillery.
This miniature will let you celebrate the weapons of war from the Civil War era! Modeled after the artillery of the age, this 1861 Miniature Civil War Gatling Gun embodies the old maxim of more being better - more bullets, more coverage, and more terror.
Maintaining a cannon in the field takes a lot of work, and that is why most artillery pieces didn't go anywhere unless they were accompanied by a limber. This Miniature Civil War Limber is designed to go with our Miniature Civil War Cannon (AC-07-491).
When you face a fortified city or structure, it is time to roll about the big guns. In the American Civil War, cannons were the common artillery of the day, and this Civil War Confederate Cannon Miniature Replica recreates their appearance.
In the field, a limber would have been a common addition to any cannon, serving to provide more ammo and the tools necessary to maintain the artillery. Thus, this Civil War Limber Miniature Replica is a great addition to any cannon miniature.