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Civil War Era Belts and Epaulettes
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
Bullion belt with rectangular stippled U.S., eagle belt, leather belt with oval US belt plate, pair of brass shoulder scales, white canvas belt with matching shoulder bag.

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Sold: $411.25
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A remarkable and historic uniform, one of a few known and documented that shows the effect of a battlefield wound.  Navy blue nine-button single-breasted heavy wool artillery captain's frock coat made of a course cloth noted in other examples of early identified Ohi... > Item Details
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