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Mitrailleuse Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Mitrailleuse collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Barrel of Gatling gun, c1872. Creator: Unknown
Barrel of Gatling gun, c1872. Creator: Unknown
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Sectional Plan of French Mitrailleuse, c1872. Creator: Unknown
Sectional Plan of French Mitrailleuse, c1872. Creator: Unknown
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The Gatling Mitrailleuse, c1872. Creator: Unknown
The Gatling Mitrailleuse, c1872. Creator: Unknown
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French Mitrailleuse - Section of the Breech (with the Block or Closer Drawn Down), c1872
French Mitrailleuse - Section of the Breech (with the Block or Closer Drawn Down), c1872
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French Mitrailleuse - Vertical Section of the Weapon and Carriage, c1872. Creator: Unknown
French Mitrailleuse - Vertical Section of the Weapon and Carriage, c1872. Creator: Unknown
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French Mitrailleuse - Section of the Breech End, c1872. Creator: Unknown
French Mitrailleuse - Section of the Breech End, c1872. Creator: Unknown
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French Mitrailleuse in Action, c1872. Creator: Unknown
French Mitrailleuse in Action, c1872. Creator: Unknown
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Destruction of Count Bismarcks Cuirassiers by the Mitrailleuse, c1870, (1875)
Destruction of Count Bismarcks Cuirassiers by the Mitrailleuse, c1870, (1875)
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Barrel of Gatling gun, c1872. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Barrel of Gatling gun, c1872. Creator: Unknown

Barrel of Gatling gun, c1872. Diagram detail of the cyclic multi-barrel Gatling gun, an early form of rotary cannon. Invented by Richard Gatling and patented in 1862, the Gatling was a rapid-fire spring loaded, hand cranked weapon which allowed higher rates of fire to be achieved without the barrels overheating. From "The Franco-Prussian War: its causes, incidents and consequences", Volume I, by Captain H M Hozier. [William Mackenzie, London, 1872]

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