BATTLE STREAMER- MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1862-1863

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Item Code: M25404

Blue and gray streamer has, “MISSISSIPPI RIVER 1862-1863” embroidered in yellow. These are attached to military flags to recognize the unit’s participation in a particular battle. Colors of ribbon are chosen accordingly to match the associated battle. The United States Army established campaign streamers in 1920.

Streamer measures 48 ½” long x 2 ¾” wide.

These are rare to find as they are typically destroyed after use.   [sm]

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