BRASS SPIKES AND HORSETAIL PLUMES - A HISTORY OF US ARMY DRESS HELMETS, 1872-1904

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Gordon Chappell. Hardcover, 128 pp. Thomas Publications.

Heavily illustrated volume identifying an array of helmets. Gordon Chappell, after more than thirty years of extensive research, identifies an array of helmets, answering questions about when, where, and how such helmets were manufactured and worn. Using specimens from museums, private collections, & historic photographs, Chappell has completed the definitve work on American military helmets from 1872-1904. Detailed and extensively illustrated with over 160 photographs.

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