SINGLE PATTERN 1872 ARTILLERY STABLE SERGEANTS CHEVRON

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Item Code: 2021-1020A

Chevrons are made of a single piece of red cloth with the three stripes delineated by rows of black thread.

The central device is made of dark blue cloth with a central cut-out silhouette in the shape of a horse’s head. This cut-out is backed by a piece of red cloth allowing the horse’s silhouette to stand out on the blue field.

Item is in very nice condition with only one small moth hole on the blue field.  [AD] [ph:L]

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