MUSICIAN’S HAT INSIGNIA

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Item Code: 965-13

A very interesting hat insignia for a musician.  Possibly Civil War or Indian Wars era, this is constructed of a stamped brass wreath and small numbers (“24”) of the false embroidered pattern.  A most unusual and possibly specially-made trumpet is found in the center.  All pieces are mounted on a piece of black wool with reinforced backing.  Several small moth nips to the wool, otherwise very nice.   Piece is 2 ½” wide x 1 ¾” tall.  Numbers are ½” tall.  [jet]

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