Skip to main content

Cannon Collection

Background imageCannon Collection: Carlisle Castle K961061

Carlisle Castle K961061
CARLISLE CASTLE, Cumbria. Two cannons on the wall walk with the 12th century keep in the background

Background imageCannon Collection: Berwick Ramparts K981880

Berwick Ramparts K981880
BERWICK RAMPARTS, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland. View of the Elizabethan artillery fort. Cumberland Bastion with Brass Bastion in the distance

Background imageCannon Collection: Deal Castle K971004

Deal Castle K971004
DEAL CASTLE, Kent. Cannon on the outer bastions with the keep beyond

Background imageCannon Collection: Pendennis Castle K021944

Pendennis Castle K021944
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Falmouth, Cornwall. View of the Keep & Governors block from north east with mounted gun in the foreground

Background imageCannon Collection: Hurst Castle N120049

Hurst Castle N120049
HURST CASTLE, Hampshire. Interior of casement with massive 38 ton gun and equipment

Background imageCannon Collection: Pendennis Castle Gun Deck J880113

Pendennis Castle Gun Deck J880113
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Cornwall. Reconstruction drawing of the upper gun deck as it may have appeared in the late 1540s by Ivan Lapper

Background imageCannon Collection: Portland Castle K981928

Portland Castle K981928
PORTLAND CASTLE, Dorset. View of the castle and gun platform from the east

Background imageCannon Collection: Coastal battery IC266_003

Coastal battery IC266_003
Reconstruction drawing showing the layout of a typical Second World War emergency coastal battery comprising two 6-inch naval guns in gun-houses

Background imageCannon Collection: Walmer Castle J860340

Walmer Castle J860340
WALMER CASTLE, Kent. View of cannons on the gun deck

Background imageCannon Collection: Ancient cannon DP149271

Ancient cannon DP149271
Dartmouth Castle, Dartmouth, Devon. Gun Tower, round tower, basement. Showing breech loading cannon lined up with an embrasure

Background imageCannon Collection: Portland Castle N130016

Portland Castle N130016
PORTLAND CASTLE, Dorset. General view

Background imageCannon Collection: Roaring Meg, Goodrich Castle K040844

Roaring Meg, Goodrich Castle K040844
GOODRICH CASTLE, Herefordshire. View of the mortar " Roaring Meg" in the Inner Ward

Background imageCannon Collection: Gun Deck, Pendennis Castle N900017

Gun Deck, Pendennis Castle N900017
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Falmouth, Cornwall. The upper gun deck in action in the late 1540s. England was at war with France from 1542-6 and again in 1549

Background imageCannon Collection: East Bastion at sunset, Pendennis Castle N080674

East Bastion at sunset, Pendennis Castle N080674
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Cornwall. Sunset view across the East Bastion towards St Mawes

Background imageCannon Collection: Gun at Pendennis Castle N080441

Gun at Pendennis Castle N080441
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Cornwall. View across the water at sunset, looking towards St Mawes Castle

Background imageCannon Collection: Calshot Castle K950208

Calshot Castle K950208
CALSHOT CASTLE, Hampshire. Courtyard guns. This is one of the Henry VIII device forts on the Solent, protecting the mouth of Southampton Water

Background imageCannon Collection: Calshot Castle K950201

Calshot Castle K950201
CALSHOT CASTLE, Hampshire. Keep and gun embrasure. This is one of the Henry VIII device forts on the Solent, protecting the mouth of Southampton Water

Background imageCannon Collection: Cannon at Pevensey Castle N071419

Cannon at Pevensey Castle N071419
PEVENSEY CASTLE, East Sussex. Cannon in the inner bailey

Background imageCannon Collection: Gun crew, Pendennis Castle J980120

Gun crew, Pendennis Castle J980120
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Falmouth, Cornwall. Reconstruction drawing by Ivan Lapper of the 6-inch disappearing gun in One Gun Battery as it may have appeared in about 1900

Background imageCannon Collection: Portland Castle N040032

Portland Castle N040032
PORTLAND CASTLE, Dorset. Cannons on the gun platform

Background imageCannon Collection: The Ypres Tower J010118

The Ypres Tower J010118
THE YPRES TOWER, Rye, East Sussex. Fort built in 1250, later converted into a house in 1430 and also used as a gaol and mortuary

Background imageCannon Collection: St Mawes Castle K021933

St Mawes Castle K021933
ST MAWES CASTLE, Cornwall. View of the castle from lower gun battery with traversing gun in the foreground

Background imageCannon Collection: Gun crew IC123_004

Gun crew IC123_004
Reconstruction drawing, by Ivan Lapper, depicting four stages of loading and firing heavy guns in the Dartmouth Point Battery casemates at Dartmouth Castle in the late nineteenth century

Background imageCannon Collection: Pendennis Castle N900027

Pendennis Castle N900027
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Cornwall. c.1911. Reconstruction of Half Moon Battery. Loading a 6-inch breech gun. Reconstruction drawing by Ivan LAPPER

Background imageCannon Collection: Pendennis Castle N900021

Pendennis Castle N900021
PENDENNIS CASTLE, Cornwall. c.1894. Reconstruction drawing of operating gun by Ivan LAPPER

Background imageCannon Collection: Berwick Barracks K981061

Berwick Barracks K981061
BERWICK BARRACKS, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland. The barracks square

Background imageCannon Collection: Pendennis Castle K970675

Pendennis Castle K970675
Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, Cornwall. Tudor gunroom. Mannequins of gunners aiming and setting a cannon

Background imageCannon Collection: Henry VIII K000435

Henry VIII K000435
PORTLAND CASTLE, Dorset. View of the Henry VIII model in the great hall exhibition " Defence of the Kingdom"

Background imageCannon Collection: Portland Castle K981914

Portland Castle K981914
PORTLAND CASTLE, Dorset. The Gun Platform. Detail of the pile of cannon balls


All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping