PATTERN 1821 BRASS MILITIA EAGLE AS WORN ON THE MODEL 1864 LIGHT ARTILLERY SHAKO

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Item Code: 1110-05

Stamped brass spread- winged eagle with 3” wingspan. Details of the stamping are very good.

Reverse has two brass loops for attaching to shako.

Campbell and O’Donnell note on page 98 of their book “AMERICAN MILITARY HEADGEAR INSIGNIA” that “This stock pattern was ordered from Horstmann to adorn 1864 pattern Light Artillery dress caps made by W. C. Dare of Philadelphia.”  [AD]

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