“SCOTT’S LEGION” / 20TH PENNSYLVANIA (3 MOS.) INFANTRY BREAST PLATE

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Item Code: 494-49

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Brass oval, 3.5 x 2.625”, featuring “Roman” profile of General Winfield Scott. Reverse fastener prongs (3) missing. Obverse face bright w/handful of small. slight tarnished dots. Else VG plus.

The “Scott Legion” (20th PA Infantry”) was organized by Col. W.H. Gray and advertised in recruiting broadsides as a regiment staffed by officers who had fought in Mexico, hence the name “Scott’s Legion” for Winfield Scott, the American Mexican War commander in chief. Mustered in late April 1861, this 3 month unit was posted to Harrisburg and then assigned to Patterson’s Army, before mustering out 8/6/1861.

Handsome display plate. Scarce. Excellent collectible.   [jp]

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