SINGLE PATTERN 1872 SIGNAL SERGEANT OF INFANTRY CHEVRONS

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Item Code: 2021-1020H

Chevrons are made of a single piece of dark blue, almost black, cloth with the three stripes delineated by rows of white thread.

The central device is made of dark blue cloth with embroidered signals device of flags crossed over a torch. Insignia is done in full color embroidery.

Chevron is in very nice condition. [AD] [ph:L]

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