INDIAN WAR KEPI WITH CROSSED RIFLES AND NEW HAMPSHIRE BUTTONS

$750.00 SOLD

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Item Code: 1204-14

Nice looking Indian War era kepi made by Bent & Bush of Boston.

The blue wool body is in very nice condition with only four small, scattered moth bites. Front of the crown has embroidered crossed rifles done in a dull silver bullion thread.

Black leather visor is firmly affixed. Adjustable chinstrap is made of a narrow piece of leather with sliders and is anchored by New Hampshire side buttons.

Interior has a low brown leather sweatband and a brown polished cotton lining. Underside of the disk is lined with black leather that is marked “BENT & BUSH” over “BOSTON.” Lining is in excellent condition.

Very nice specimen of an Indian War era cap.  [ad][ph:L]

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