Sashes & Hat Cords

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OFFICER’S CRIMSON SASH

OFFICER’S CRIMSON SASH

This sash, using an open netting over the top of the knot that extends down to form the tassels, probably dates about the period of the Mexican War. Earlier sashes tended to be flat and Civil War… (480-205). Learn More »

PRE- CIVIL WAR SHAKO HAT PLUME IN TIN CANISTER

PRE- CIVIL WAR SHAKO HAT PLUME IN TIN CANISTER

Shako plume has remained in very good condition from being stored in this japanned tin canister. Both ends have hinged lids that fully function. Brass band is around plume. Plume measures 13" long.… (179-928). Learn More »

RED ARTILLERY AGAULETTE FOR THE 1870’S AND 1880’S DRESS SPIKED HELMET

RED ARTILLERY AGAULETTE FOR THE 1870’S AND 1880’S DRESS SPIKED HELMET

Aiguillette is made of worsted red wool and is meant for use with the enlisted man’s spiked artillery helmet of either the 1872 or 1881 pattern. Item is slightly worn and has some light surface… (M25533). Learn More »

ORIGINAL, UNISSUED CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY HAT CORD

ORIGINAL, UNISSUED CIVIL WAR ARTILLERY HAT CORD

This is the red worsted wool artillery hat cord for use on the Model 1858 dress hat also known as the Hardee Hat. Very nice in unused, unissued condition.  One small area of fraying, approx. 1/4" in… (ST500192). Learn More »


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EXTREMELY SCARCE NEW HAMPHIRE OFFICER’S FALSE EMBROIDERED HAT INSIGNIA

Regular army officers had been authorized a silver “U.S.” within a gold bullion wreath for wear on their undress caps in 1839. This was carried over in the 1851 regulations for use on the 1851 shako, but was embroidered directly on the blue band… (2020-912). Learn More »

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