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Cannons
Muzzle-Loading Iron Smootbore Cannon, 16th century
The cannon is made in Austria in 1558. It was captured from knights of Malta by Piyale Paşa.
Muzzle-Loading Iron Smootbore Cannon, 16th Century
It was used by Yavuz Sultan Selim at the siege of Egypt (1512-1520). It was made in İstanbul Dockyard for this siege. “Sultan Selim Şah İbn-i Beyazıd Han” is written on muzzle part.
Muzzle-Loading Bronze Smootbore Cannon, 16th century
The Cannon was captured by Merzifonlu Kara Mustafa Paşa at siege of Vienna.(1683) It is dragon shaped and has 4 wings and long tail.
Muzzle-Loading Iron Smootbore Cannon, 18th century
“Sahibi Elhac Ali Mir Mehsal Canik Mutasarrıfı Tarafı Nuzulu (Trabzon) Fi Sene 1181”(1767), "Maaşallah" is written with silver inlay on cannon.
Muzzle-Loading Smootbore Cannon, 18th century
The cannons were made by French in 18th century.
Muzzle-Loading Bronze Smootbore Cannon, 19th century
The cannon was made between 1830 and 1831.
Muzzle-Loading Bronze Smootbore Cannon, 19th century
The cannon belongs to the Arkadi ship which was captured by Greeks during the Cretan War by İzzettin ship in 1868.
Breech-Loading Grooved Cannon, 19th century
The cannon is carried by two-wheels and doesn’t have wedge.
Muzzle-Loading Bronze Smootbore Cannon
It was captured by Greeks.
Howitzer, 19th century
It was made with the order of Sultan Abdülmecid (1839-1861) in 1275 ( 1858-1859)
Grooved, Steel Vickers Cannon, 20th century
The cannon is Vickers made (1918)
Breech-Loading Grooved Cannon, 20th century
The cannon is German made (20th century). It belongs to the Battle-cruiser Yavuz.