10 Of the most Famous Exhibits of the Museum of American revolution set to open in April 2017
6 An Army Veteran’s Military Coat
This is a uniquely preserved exhibit. An army man’s coat belonging to Jacob Latch, who was one of those, camped at Valley Forge, during the notorious winter of 1777-1778. At that time, Latch was only 17 years old. He had enlisted in the Continental Army along with his father and brother.
7 George Washington’s Silver Cups
These silver camp cups belonged to General George Washington. He used them for entertainment purposes when there were celebratory occasions. These two engraved cups were part of a set of a dozen similar cups, which were manufactured in Philadelphia. The inscription commemorating the revolution was engraved at a later date.