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Artillery Grease Bucket
An exacting reproduction of the heavy metal bucket that would have accompanied each field piece on the limber, attached by a hook on the axel.
GREASE BUCKET: Also referred to as a tar bucket. The grease bucket was made of sheet iron. It had a metal cover which was secured to the bucket by a metal stud riveted to the top. The handle was a chain attached to two hooks on the bucket.
Bucket was filled with tar or grease.
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