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Civil War Officer's Slouch Hat with Original Insignia....

Civil War Officer's Slouch Hat with Original Insignia....

Union Officer's Slouch Hat. Fine wool felt hat with a 1/4" woven silk tape band along the outer edge of the brim. Black ostrich feather plume that curves around to the back of the hat. Insignia on the front with gold bullion embroidered infantry horn with separately affixed false embroidered number "104".  Attached to the turn up on the side of the hat is a beautiful Hardee officer's hat insignia of black velvet with bullion embroidered eagle with wings highlighted with sequins.

Union Officer's Slouch Hat. Fine wool felt hat with a 1/4" woven silk tape band along the outer edge of the brim. Black ostrich feather plume that curves around to the back of the hat. Insignia on the front with gold bullion embroidered infantry horn with separately affixed false embroidered number "104". Attached to the turn up on the side of the hat is a beautiful Hardee officer's hat insignia of black velvet with bullion embroidered eagle with wings highlighted with sequins.

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American Civil War Enlisted Uniforms - Infantry Corporal

American Civil War Enlisted Uniforms - Infantry Corporal

Wilson's Creek Battlefield -- Bloody Hill

Wilson's Creek Battlefield -- Bloody Hill

Confederate used 4th NC Cavalry (59th Regiment NC State Troops)Colt .36 "Navy" revolver. Honest brown and untouched as they come, clear Colt Patent marking on barrel, S/N 99,585 as manufactured in 1861 with clear initials of William Alexander Allen who served as a 2nd Lt. in the 81st NC Militia as well as 1st Corporal, Co. A, 4th NC Cavalry. This unit was present at Gettysburg among many other battles in Virginia and Maryland. With archives records.

Confederate used 4th NC Cavalry (59th Regiment NC State Troops)Colt .36 "Navy" revolver. Honest brown and untouched as they come, clear Colt Patent marking on barrel, S/N 99,585 as manufactured in 1861 with clear initials of William Alexander Allen who served as a 2nd Lt. in the 81st NC Militia as well as 1st Corporal, Co. A, 4th NC Cavalry. This unit was present at Gettysburg among many other battles in Virginia and Maryland. With archives records.

Illustration of one of Meagher's Zouaves, a member of the 69th New York regiment of volunteer Civil War soldiers

Illustration of one of Meagher's Zouaves, a member of the 69th New York regiment of volunteer Civil War soldiers

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Forage Cap with Original Insignia Identified to Ruden E. Wheeler Co M 22nd New York Cavalry

Forage Cap with Original Insignia Identified to Ruden E. Wheeler Co M 22nd New York Cavalry

148th New York Civil War Officer's Kepi. Fine quality blue wool body with two bands of black quatrefoil on the crown, along with two bands at the front, back, and sides, and around the base of the crown. Stitched on the crown is a flat gold bullion bordered 1st Division 24th Corps Badge. The hat retains the original 1 5/8" wool backed, gold bullion and brass sequin officer's infantry horn insignia with separately affixed false embroidered silvered numbers "148" above.

148th New York Civil War Officer's Kepi. Fine quality blue wool body with two bands of black quatrefoil on the crown, along with two bands at the front, back, and sides, and around the base of the crown. Stitched on the crown is a flat gold bullion bordered 1st Division 24th Corps Badge. The hat retains the original 1 5/8" wool backed, gold bullion and brass sequin officer's infantry horn insignia with separately affixed false embroidered silvered numbers "148" above.

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