SOUTH CAROLINA EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

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Item Code: 33-368

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The Palmetto tree was instantly recognizable as the insignia of South Carolina troops, a reminder of the resilience of Palmetto log fort defenses against British cannon in the Revolution. About two inches tall, this is a embroidered example in solid condition with its black, tarred paper backing intact, and muted gold color with traces of the original silvering. These small insignia could fit the front of a natty kepi or forage cap, but also show up sometimes on the upturned brim of a classic Confederate slouch hat.   (SR)

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