We are historians and makers of period correct artillery tubes and carriages. We also specialize in restoring 18th and 19th century artillery.
Working to restore the past comes with an attention to details
Having been in the business of restoring antique small arms for over 18 years, and having done cabinet making and antique furniture restoration for over 5 years, Seedenburg has acquired many of the unique skill sets which allow him to perfectly restore original antique artillery. Many collectors have trusted Seedenburg over the years with priceless irreplaceable antiques that needed fine engraving, silver inlay, wood repair, and complete part replacements. The replacement of missing parts requires skills in forging, casting, heat treating, and patina matching. It is only through years of practice from an early age, an inherent talent, and commitment to perfection that Seedenburg and Seed Artillery has emerged as the “go to” place for those who expect perfection.
Seed Artillery works on many different types of projects and can often deliver results when others cannot. The scope of the work done is very wide and is unique to the artillery piece that needs to be restored or repaired. We meet NSSA standards on all replica work and hold each project to the highest standards. Below is an overview of the work offered, but we can take on any project.
Parrott Rifles 10-20-30 Pounder
2.25” Mountain Rifles
12-Pound Mountain Howitzers
In Wood, Steel, or Aluminum
Field Carriages (No. 1, 2, and 3)
Civil War Sights and Brackets
18th Century Sights
Parrott (Gain Twist)
2.25” Mountain Rifle