RELIC CONDITION ENLISTED SHOULDER SCALES

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Item Code: 462-137

Recovered Aquia Creek, VA. Pair of brass scales with turnbuckles [one detached]. Exhibit deep tarnish, plus one minor dent on each outer-shoulder rim. Else VG. [Having been dispatched to Aquia Creek wearing their cumbersome brass epaulettes, many Union troops jettisoned them as soon as possible]. Solid relic collectible.  [jp]

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