Old British Cannon in Sagay Camiguin
In the town square (locally referred to as "quadrangle") of Sagay Camiguin is an early 18th-century British Cannon. It has been identified as the 9-pounder Demi-Culverin Cannon. It was probably left behind after the British occupation of Manila ended in April 1764. It was most likely transported to the island to defend against Moro attacks.
At the center of the cannon is a Tudor Rose seal.
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