OFFICER’S CROSSED SABERS INSIGNIA EXCAVATED AT MURFREESBORO

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Item Code: 33-371

This is a brass, false embroidered officer’s style cavalry insignia.  Excavated crossed sabers in excellent condition with an even dark patina. Attachment wires are gone but solder marks remain.  No bends or breaks.  Found with kepi chin strap buckle.  Recovered at Camp Stanley near Murfreesboro, Tennessee in 1983.  [jet]

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