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    Civil War Company Grade Infantry Staff Officer's Kepi. Fine quality blue wool body with two bands of back quatrefoil on the crown, along with two bands at the front, back, and sides, and around the base of the crown. Tarred leather chinstrap with leather adjusting loops and eagle I side buttons. Bound, tarred leather visor. A few tiny scattered moth holes, really negligible with the black piping showing some minor honest wear but intact and all tight. 1 3/4" high maroon moroccan leather sweat band with some scattered chips but excellent, as is the brown cotton lining, with just a few minor tears with no loss. Very fine example of this popular and desirable form of Civil War US officer's headgear.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    12th Saturday
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