1893 Johannes Ericsson, Schenkman-MO-23, MS62 NGC. A MUST FOR ALL CIVIL WAR COLLECTORS!!! John Ericsson (born Johan Ericsson; July 31, 1803 - March 8, 1889) was a Swedish-American. He was active in England and the United States.He designed the United States Navy. S first screw-propelled steam-frigate USS.
In partnership with Captain (later Commodore). A new partnership with Cornelius H. Resulted in the first armored ironclad warship. Equipped with a rotating gun turret. Which dramatically saved the U.Naval blockading squadron from destruction by an ironclad Confederate States naval. At the famous Battle of Hampton Roads. At the southern mouth of Chesapeake Bay. In March 1862, during the American Civil War.
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