Broderie anglaise du XIIIème siècle, illustrant l'adoration des Mages (Musée du cloître de TULLE) (English embroidery, of the 13th century, illustrating the adoration of the Maji, Museum of the Cloisters, Tulle, France)
French fur traders introduced the Type C fusil to Canada, as early as 1680. It was the standard French trade gun, until replaced by the simpler Type D fusil about 1730. No two Type C fusils were exactly alike. Two styles were made: the fusil ordinaire was not decorated, while the fusil fin had engraving on the buttplate comb and triggerguard finials.
Places to see in ( Tulle - France ) Tulle is a commune and capital of the Corrèze département in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region in central France. It is also the episcopal see of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulle. Tulle is the third-largest town in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region after Limoges and Brive-la-Gaillarde. Known sometimes as "the town on the seven hills" Tulle rose to prominence through the development of its manufacturing sector. Tulle's role as a centre for lace making is…
1880 French Antique Engraving of Decorative and Architectural Metalwork. Cast-iron Decor in Tulle, France. Plate 29