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Throughout history, symbols have played a significant role in official naval insignia, personal motifs, and other maritime and nautical art. John Lord, a gunner on USS Constitution in the 1820s, is known for adorning personal items with a motif of his own creation: an image of a cannon and fouled anchor crossed over a stack of cannon balls. The decoration is indicative of his duties as a gunner, as well as the symbolic power of Constitution. Learn more about Lord and his personal items on our website: bit.ly/3okskO1 ... See MoreSee Less

Throughout history, symbols have played a significant role in official naval insignia, personal motifs, and other maritime and nautical art. John Lord, a gunner on USS Constitution in the 1820s, is known for adorning personal items with a motif of his own creation: an image of a cannon and fouled anchor crossed over a stack of cannon balls. The decoration is indicative of his duties as a gunner, as well as the symbolic power of Constitution. Learn more about Lord and his personal items on our website: bit.ly/3okskO1
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