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    7th Cavalry M1881 Dress Helmet and Uniform. 1) Dress helmet with sweatband marked: "Chas. E. Sackett. Inspector" and "W. H. Horstmann Co. Philadelphia. Contract Feb. 16, 1902." The interior brass disc securing the finial is stamped "Raymold & Whitlock".The front of the hat has a large embossed brass badge with eagle, crossed swords and the number "7" on a shield. The chin strap is secured with a set of brass cavalry buttons. There is an orange horsehair plume attached to the finial along with braided cord with rosettes and tassels. Excellent condition. 2) Nine-button wool jacket with corporal's stripes on each sleeve, unmarked, with matching trousers. Superb condition with no mothing or material defects.

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    June, 2018
    9th Saturday
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