FINE CONDITION BRASS INFANTRY BUGLE INSIGNIA

$55.00
Originally $75.00

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Item Code: ST500059

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This rolled and stamped device is a sheet-brass artifact that depicts a military insignia worn by soldiers in infantry branch of the Federal Army during the Civil War. The crescent-shaped, one-piece specimen measures 3¼" long from its wide 1" high bellhorn to its small (1/4" wide) narrow mouthpiece. Bugle insignia device has a protruding arched body with an integrated center loop. Face of the bellhorn and the mouthpiece each exhibit lightly ornate designs as does the bugle's center loop. Backside of the brass insignia retains its shiny brass coloring and displays two, original, small brass wire loops soldered to the body. Never cleaned. This brass insignia exhibits a pleasing patina overall. A fine, original, unissued and unused artifact from the Union Army during the Civil War.

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