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Beautifully Designed Artillery Eagle "A" Buttoned 1840's Militia Uniform
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This is a great looking early United States artillery uniform. This is a militia coat that would date from approximately the 1830s are early 1840s. It is constructed of the beautiful gray wool material with the artillery red coloration trim. The coat is trimmed with red and gold which makes it display superbly. It has the triple rows of buttons going down the front of the coat. The buttons are the classic 1840s Eagle "A" buttons which would have been used by the artillery branch of service. There are still all 26 of the buttons that are still present on the front body of the coat. The collar of the coat is the nice tall design as it should be for an early coat and the collar stands 3 inches tall. It still retains both of the coat size Eagle "A" buttons on the collar. The cuffs of the coat are designed with 4 buttons on each side and all of those 8 buttons are still present. You can see on the shoulders of the coat where it had epaulets at one time. On the reverse of the coat it has the long tails and all of the Eagle buttons are still present on those. When you open up the coat you are greeted by the majority of the original sleeve linings. You can tell by the wear to the outside and inside that this coat was used and is not just a surplus piece. If you wanted a beautiful original 1830's or 1840s artillery militia coat that doesn't cost $10,000, then this one is for you. THIS ITEM IS FEATURED ON OUR SHILOHRELICS YOUTUBE CHANNEL. HERE IS A LINK SO YOU CAN SEE WHY WE THOUGHT IT WAS NEAT ENOUGH FOR A VIDEO: ARTILLERY UNIFORM FROM THE 1830'S

Item #: A9479
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