SOLDIERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION – UNIFORM FABRIC REMNANTS

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The remnants of fabric shown in this display originated from Revolutionary War uniforms worn by American Colonial troops and British troops. The red fabric came from a British coat and the blue fabric came from a soldier in the Continental American army. The old notes that accompanied the fabric state that both remnants originated from a pin cushion. One note appears to have been written in the late 18th Century and the other in the beginning of the 19th Century. The latter note is signed by a Mrs. L. C. Jefferson. While at the beginning of the war American troops wore varied colored uniforms, later the color was mostly blue fabric being the standard.

Unframed display measures 11" X 14", double matted. Certificate of provenance included. Shrink wrapped ready to frame.  [ld]

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