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    Great Forage Cap With Original 6th Corps Badge & Original Label of Lewis J. and Issac Phillips Dark blue wool body is in fine condition and shows genuine use in the field with its original chin strap, eagle side buttons and visor in place. On the crown is pinned an original, brass framed, VI Corps badge with red wool insert. The re-stitched sweatband is in place but no lining remains, revealing the burlap stiffener. The brown polished cotton crown lining is in place and exhibits the original contractors label reading " Size No 3 / 7 / U.S. Army L.J. & I Phillips". A very fine example of a classic cap with corps badge.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    13th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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