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Misc. Non-Excavated
Beautiful Displaying Union Frock Coat With Infantry Sergeant's Stripes
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What a great display piece! This is a great looking original Civil War Union military coat. This is the pattern that is known as a single breasted frock coat. It is constructed of a lightweight blue wool. The single row of 7 buttons going down the front have the Union eagle with the shield on her chest. The blue material has a very pleasing look with some spots of wear that have been professionally reinforced for preservation and display purposes. On the sleeves of the coat there are the three stripes made of light blue wool. These mean that the soldier served at the rank of sergeant of infantry. This coat is designed with a single "Tab" on the right hand shoulder. It has the original eagle button intact on the shoulder. When you open up the coat, you see the majority of the original lining intact. It also has the reinforcements to stabilize the lining. This piece of history came from the museum like personal collection of Mathew Woodburn. This coat has an amazing amount of eye appeal.

Item #: B1554
Price: $6,500.00 USD (Sale Pending)
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