HANCOCK’S FIRST VETERAN ARMY CORPS FLAG FOR G.A.R. HALL OR ENCAMPMENT USE

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Item Code: 399-17

Measures 18 ½” x 25”, circa 1890-1900. The corps badge design is two-sided, sewn on with two rows of zig-zag stitching. There is also an inner accent stitching. Overall condition is excellent, with some soiling and very little mothing. Would look better if cleaned. This is one of a group that came from a military museum.  [LD]

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