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RED ARTILLERY AGAULETTE FOR THE 1870’S AND 1880’S DRESS SPIKED HELMET

RED ARTILLERY AGAULETTE FOR THE 1870’S AND 1880’S DRESS SPIKED HELMET

Aiguillette is made of worsted red wool and is meant for use with the enlisted man’s spiked artillery helmet of either the 1872 or 1881 pattern. Item is slightly worn and has some light surface… (M25533). Learn More »

ARTILLERY HAT CORD

ARTILLERY HAT CORD

Red colored artillery hat cord has two delicately braided, acorn shaped tassel ends that slip through a braided knot adjuster to fit the base of the crown on an officer’s slouch hat. Cord is in… (516-239). Learn More »

ARTILLERY HAT CORD

ARTILLERY HAT CORD

Red colored artillery hat cord has two delicately braided, acorn shaped tassel ends that slip through a braided knot adjuster to fit the base of the crown on an officer’s slouch hat. Cord is in… (M24737). Learn More »

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ORIGINAL ARTILLERY HAT CORD

ORIGINAL ARTILLERY HAT CORD

Original red wool Artillery hat cord meant for wear on the 1858 dress or “Hardee” hat. The color of this cord is still strong. There is some light wear on the acorns, with a few missing/damaged… (M24379;M24371-M24380). Learn More »

ORIGINAL, UNISSUED CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY HAT CORD

ORIGINAL, UNISSUED CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY HAT CORD

This is the red worsted wool artillery hat cord for use on the Model 1858 dress hat also known as the Hardee Hat. Very nice in unused, unissued condition.  One small area of fraying, approx. 1/4" in… (ST500192). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC CLIPPED POINT BOWIE KNIFE WITH CYPHERS BY THEODOR A. MEYER

Semi-bright blade meas. approx. 9.75 inches long x 1.00 inch wide. Blade has a clipped point with a raised center. Blade surface has light scattered mottling with small amounts of surface pitting in small pockets and some minor scratches. The true… (30-1977). Learn More »

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