A new display at the Seymour Community Museum dates back to the Civil War era.
A Seymour man is putting a dozen of his collectible guns on display.
Mitch Miller will be lending his guns, many of which come from the Civil War era in a special exhibit. The oldest is a Potsdam rifle from 1836, but also in the exhibit are a Remington .44 pistol and a Savage Navy Model revolver.
Those interested in the Civil War may appreciate Miller’s authentic Confederate belt buckle also on display. The special collection can be found on the museum’s second floor and will be available for viewing throughout July.
The Seymour Community Museum is open Thursday through Sunday from 1 until 4 p.m. in the summer.
Though there is no admission charge to visit, donations are appreciated.
Photo Courtesy: Seymour Community Historical Society Website