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    Regulation Civil War US Artillery Enlisted Shell Jacket The coat fully trimmed in scarlet worsted tape and retains ten of the twelve original small general service buttons on the front along with three of the four buttons at the collar and four on the functional cuffs. The exterior is in excellent condition showing one small repair on the lower left side, all seams are tight and red trim is bright. The body lining is a predominately gray wool/cotton weave and includes the standard breast pocket on the left side. The lining of one sleeve is marked with the stenciled size number "2" along with an illegible oval inspectors stamp. The lining has a few scattered holes and minor stains.


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    June, 2014
    7th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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