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    U.S. 1895 Calvary Officers' Undress Coat and Kepi.
    Comprising: 1.) A U.S. regulation 1895 pattern coat with 1st Lieutenant of Cavalry shoulder boards and 10th Cavalry collar insignia. Dark blue wool blouse with a 1 ½-inch standing collar. Black mohair tape trim runs along the front and bottom edges of the jacket. The sleeves have black mohair tape and cord design denoting the rank of lieutenant. Eight hidden buttons on the front. Black polished cotton lining. Spanish-American War veterans' medal pinned to left breast. 2.) Officers' kepi with a M. C. Lilley & Co. maker's mark. Complete with chin chord and side buttons.
    Robert D. Moser Collection.

    Condition: 1.) Excellent. With a few small scattered small moth holes. 2.) Fair. Moderate to heavy mothing to the blue wool exterior. Bill has been glued to the base of the kepi.

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    December, 2016
    11th Sunday
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