PAIR OF INDIAN WAR MAJOR OF ARTILLERY SHOULDER STRAPS

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Item Code: 33-337

Each strap has a single border of gold bullion thread that has oxidized with age giving an alternating gold/silver appearance. The border is outlined with both an inner and outer jaceron border of dead bullion. The rank field is done in a wine red wool to denote the Artillery branch. Each field has oak leaves done in gold bullion thread to denote rank.

The back of these straps are covered with a dark blue wool.

Overall they are in very nice condition.    [AD]

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