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United States Civil War, Forage cap worn by a soldier of the 4th Massachusetts Cavalry

United States Civil War, Forage cap worn by a soldier of the Massachusetts Cavalry

Union Model 1858 Forage Cap, aka Bummer's Cap. Fine condition with flat visor, 1/8" thickness. No apparent mothing. Fabric is fine wool and very dark blue with no fading. The crown of the cap is adorned with crossed sabers and regimental and company devices which are correct Civil War issue but added to the hat. The tarred leather chinstrap which terminates at two eagle buttons is original with a black leather bill firmly attached to cap. 100% of the polished cotton lining remains and the…

Union Model 1858 Forage Cap, aka Bummer's Cap. Fine condition with flat visor, 1/8" thickness. No apparent mothing. Fabric is fine wool and very dark blue with no fading. The crown of the cap is adorned with crossed sabers and regimental and company devices which are correct Civil War issue but added to the hat. The tarred leather chinstrap which terminates at two eagle buttons is original with a black leather bill firmly attached to cap. 100% of the polished cotton lining remains and the…

Forage Cap with Original Insignia Identified to Ruden E. Wheeler Co M 22nd New York Cavalry

Forage Cap with Original Insignia Identified to Ruden E. Wheeler Co M New York Cavalry

U.S. Model 1858 Forage Cap. Brass Bugle on crown indicates service in an Infantry regiment.

Model 1858 Forage Cap With Original Label. This 1858 Union forage cap has its original label intact. Made - Available at 2006 December Signature Civil.

Forage Cap with 1st Division 2nd Corps Badge 140th Pa. The cap was used by John F. Wilson. He was mustered into Company G, 140th PA Infantry August 22, 1862, promoted to 1st Sergeant May 4 1863, 2nd Lieut Sept 1 1863, Capt Dec 10 1864. Wounded at Gettysburg July 2 1863. Died at City Point VA, April 14 1865, from wounds received at Petersburg March 25, 1865. The 140th PA Infantry served with the Middle Department and with the Army of the Potomac.

Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Identified Forage Cap with Original Division Corps Pa.

Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Berdan's Sharpshooter's Officer's Cap...

Berdan's Sharpshooter's Officer's Cap This attractive cap features a tall crown that rises nearly 7 in - Available at 2014 December 13 The Stephen.

IDENTIFIED UNION CAVALRY FORAGE CAP PVT. SAMUEL FORBES 12TH NEW YORK

This Confederate Headgear was found in a very old wood chest with its Confederate Buckle and original Leather belt. It came out of Bristol Tennessee and was Sold to a very large Civil War.

Civil War, Rare State of Maryland Federal Field Grade Officers Civil War Kepi.

Civil War, Rare State of Maryland Federal Field Grade Officers Civil War Kepi.

148th New York Civil War Officer's Kepi. Fine quality blue wool body with two bands of black quatrefoil on the crown, along with two bands at the front, back, and sides, and around the base of the crown. Stitched on the crown is a flat gold bullion bordered 1st Division 24th Corps Badge. The hat retains the original 1 5/8" wool backed, gold bullion and brass sequin officer's infantry horn insignia with separately affixed false embroidered silvered numbers "148" above.

Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Superb New York Civil War Officer's Kepi with Original Corps Badge.

Federal Forage Cap with an original, hand cut, red wool 1st Division, VI Corps badge.

Military & Patriotic:Civil War, Great Forage Cap with Original VI Corps Badge.

Original Civil War artillery forage bummers cap, maker marked contract !

Original Civil War artillery forage bummers cap, maker marked contract

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