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    US Army 1872 Pattern Officer's Frock Coat Dress Belt & Aiguillette Regulation US Army 1872 Pattern Officer's Frock coat. Cuffs feature two sets of 3/8" gold lace indicating company grade officer, matching set of eagle "I" breast buttons backmarked "W.B. Co Superfine Gold Plate". Overall in very good condition save for a 1" rip at the left cuff ,moderate wear at the collar and a small hole on the right breast. Black polished cotton lining excellent with label at collar "A.D.Kirk 48 Fulton St New York". Shoulders set up for hardware to accommodate shoulder knots. Dress belt leather with gold facing now partially detached complete with cast brass officer's eagle buckle and pair matching sword hangers. Gold dress chest cords with gold waffles - one repaired. Gold aiguillette post 1900 with 1902 pattern eagle on brass tip. Nice federal regulation Indian Wars jacket and accoutrements group.

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    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
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