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Fredericksburg Recovered Brass Artillery Cross Cannon Hat Insignia
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This is an authentic hat insignia for a Civil War artilleryman. The hat insignia is made of stamped brass. It has the shape of two crossed cannon barrels. This was the design of the hat device for the Civil War artilleryman's hat. This one displays well as you can see. As usual with these excavated pieces it is missing the original attachment loops on the reverse but you can see the remnants of the lead solder where they were attached at one time. There has been no restoration of any kind done to this piece. The insignia was accompanied by the verbal history that it was recovered in the 1960's in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Fredericksburg is located half way between Richmond and Washington, D.C. It was the location of multiple battles during the War. This is a nice excavated piece of Civil War artillery history from one of the war's most important battles!

Item #: B5438
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price:$195.00 USD
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