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    Indian Wars and Spanish-American War: Assorted Militaria. This lot includes an corporal's fatigue blouse or jacket (M1874)made of wool with five general staff officer coat buttons and four cuff buttons of like design (light stains), a brass rectangular US belt buckle with leather belt showing good use marked with the initials of the owner W.R., a coarsely woven wool dress sword sash, a canvas-covered canteen inscribed "G/ 14/ U.S./ 98" with leather sling, and a M1860 Mansfield & Lamb cavalry saber with steel scabbard. Two dents to scabbard with light surface rust. Light pitting and surface rust to blade of saber. Leather grips (normal, light wear) wrapped in wire. Shows good honest use.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2015
    25th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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