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    Lot of 16 Militaria Related Trousers.

    Comprising: 1) U.S. Military, c. 1905-1910; Possibly Philadelphia Depot / QM Dept. 2) U.S. Cavalry, c. 1900-1910. 3) Gieson Costume Co.; U.S. Army Officer's, c. 1918-1920. 4) U.S. Cavalry Officer's, World War I; khaki twill w/ button calves. 5) U.S. Military, circa 1905-1910. 6) U.S. Cavalry, c.1880-1890; replaced contemporary yellow striping. 7) U.S. Militia w/ red-edged white stripe (Not believed U.S. Indian Scouts), circa 1890s. 8) Van Horn & Sons; U.S. Marine Corps; contemporary production. 9) Excellent U.S. Military, c. 1910. 10) U.S. Military, c. 1870-1890. 11) U.S. Militia, circa 1870-1890; w/ gold bullion stripes, poor condition. 12) Giesen Costume Co.; U.S. Army, circa 1890; altered to resemble Mounted Artillery. 13) U.S. Military, circa 1910 w/ belt loops, repairs present. 14) Gieson Costume Co.; C.S.A. Officer's, post-war manufacture; U.C.V. or theatrical. 15) C.S.A, Artillery, post-war manufacture; possibly U.C.V or theatrical. 16) U.S. Militia w/ red-edged white stripe (Not believed U.S. Indian Scouts), circa 1890s.
    Provenance: National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
    Sold to benefit the Museum's collections and acquisitions.

    Condition: All showing age wear, repairs and some moth damage and holes. Some staining, discoloration and stitching issues present. Specific condition findings, if significant, mentioned in description. The pants were standard issue and worn as such. These are used.


    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    June, 2019
    9th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 6
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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