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Infantry Artifacts

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1881 Infantry Eagle

ARTIFACT # COST
INF100 $225.00 (SOLD)

DESCRIPTION

Stamped brass eagle pattern w/ branch insignia cross rifles cast in it. Measures 3 3/4 wide X 41/4 high. A dark almost black patina color and missing the regimental number. In perfect artifact condition retaining all the arrows. The brass mounting wires on the back are missing

 

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Regiment Number 6

ARTIFACT # COST
INF101 $50

DESCRIPTION

Regimental numeral "6", worn on the Jeff Davis hat and the Bummer Cap, measures 5/8 inches high. Found in the Virginia area.

 

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"G" Insigina

ARTIFACT # COST
INF102 $50

DESCRIPTION

Company "G" letter insignia. worn on the Jeff Davis Hat and the bummer cap. Measures one inch high. Found in the Virginia area.

 

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1858 Infantry Insignia

ARTIFACT # COST
INF103 $210.00 (SOLD)

DESCRIPTION

Model 1858 infantry insignia   1 3/4 high X 3 inches wide. Missing the wire mounting attachments.

 

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1858 Infantry Insignia

ARTIFACT # COST
INF103a $100.00

DESCRIPTION

Slight ding on the bell, but in over all in excellent condition. Found at the Thompson's Creek battle site.

 

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1872 Infantry Insignia

ARTIFACT # COST
INF104 $100

DESCRIPTION

Model 1872 infantry insignia used both on the bummer cap and the infantry dress shako.  Found in the same hole as Inf100. It too has a dark, almost black, patina color to it.

 

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1875 Crossed Rifles

ARTIFACT # COST
INF105 $110.00

DESCRIPTION

Model 1875 infantry crossed rifles insignia.  lead filled back, and measures 2 3/8 inches wide X 1 3/8 inches high.

 

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1881 Infantry Helmet Side Button

ARTIFACT # COST
INF106 $30.00

DESCRIPTION

"Model 1881 infantry helmet side button. This button covered the connection of the chin strap to the helmet, making for a dressier appearence. Side buttons were mounted by a brass wire. Usually in most dug recoveries, and too in this case, the mounting wires are missing."

 

 

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