INSIGNIA OF INDEPENDENCE

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INSIGNIA OF INDEPENDENCE: Military Buttons, Accoutrement Plates, & Gorgets of the American Revolution.

Troiani, Don and James L. Kochan.  Gettysburg, PA: Thomas Publications, October 2012.  Hardcover, 312 pages (8 1/2" x 11 1/2") printed on 70 lb. gusto satin stock.  262 photos of accoutrement plates and gorgets, and 45 portrait images of officers and enlistedmen, most of which are in color.

This long anticipated book is now ready to go to press.  It includes 200 new buttons not found in Military Buttons of the American Revolution.

Following decades of intense research, this is the final word on buttons, plates and insignia of the American Revolution.  The two most qualified experts in the realm of Revolutionary War militaria have joined forces to present the collecting community with this fabulous opus.  Years in the making, it will not be surpassed; the finished product has proven greater than its parts.  A delight to behold, its illustrations are exquisite, the design is engaging and it has been organized in a logical manner while avoiding the temptation to over-write.  Don and Jim have proven themselves to be the preeminent authorities of our generation.   -----  Mike O'Donnell, author

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