EMBROIDERED OFFICER’S INSIGNIA, 1ST INFANTRY

$395.00

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Item Code: 142-70

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This patch features an embroidered infantry horn with a small false embroidered number 1 in the center. Background is black velvet which has been trimmed. The black velvet shows light wear to the surface nap in places. Gold bullion thread and sequins forming the horn remain bright with numerous areas where the threads have breaks and pulls. The stamped number is silver plated. The twisted brass “wire” that forms the edge of the patch is loose and slightly “out of oval”.

Back of patch shows the thread stitching. No attachment hooks. Measures approximately 3 ½” x 2 ½”.  Shows wear, but is still an attractive Civil War Infantry insignia.   [jet]

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