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    Group of Four Indian War Era U.S. Army Items. As follows: (1) Five button U.S. Army blue sack-coat with blue wool body lining, full white cotton sleeve lining, and Federal eagle buttons. Coat shows a few very small areas of mothing but in generally very good condition. (2) Kepi with Federal side buttons and lead-filled pinback Co L 14th Infantry insignia. Kepi shows small areas of scattered mothing, no interior lining but with full sweat band and chin strap, leather visor shows crazing. (3) Model 1874 Infantry waist belt with a light "Rock Island Arsenal" marking, in very good condition. (4) Model 1874 McKeever cartridge stamped "Watervilet Arsenal", in very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2010
    26th Saturday
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