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    Group of 5 1870's - 1880's Kepis 1: Blue wool body showing damage to the front and back, re-sewn visor, no sweatband. Pinned on the front is a lead filled infantry badge, Minnesota side buttons. 2:Blue wool body with extensive repairs to the rear, retains its leather sweatband, gold chin cord. Front features a gold bullion 3rd infantry officers insignia, eagle side buttons. 3:GAR kepi with minor holes, no sweatband and partially detached leather visor, GAR side buttons. 4:Blue wool body with areas of minor repair, partially re-sewn sweatband, eagle side buttons. 5: Clean wool body in excellent condition, slightly crazed visor, gold cords, full lining and sweatband, Penna side buttons. Front retains a gold bullion wreath with the letters A.C.

    From the estate of Houston collector Brent Burg.


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    Auction Dates
    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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