NEW ! Here is a Fine Dug Company Hat Letter -I- ! It is the Civil War regulation one inch size. The front shows a wonderful mostly smooth plumb patina with a small area of green verdigris at one end, and some encrusted dirt still around the edges. The reverse shows a tiny chip on the edge of one side, and the lead solder and rust remnants where the attachment loop once was. Recovery location unknown. A Fine Displaying Civil War Company Hat Letter -I- !
$45 plus shipping
Superfine Dug Co. Hat Letter -B- w/One Loop Intact
NEW ! Here is an Excellent Dug Company Hat Letter B ! It is the standard regulation one inch size. It has no bends or breaks and the front shows a nice plumb patina, with some encrusted dirt still remaining. The reverse shows encrusted dirt with a green patina, the rusted area where one iron loop was, and one ironloop still intact ! Recovery location unknown. A Super Nice Civil War Company Hat Letter B !
Fine Dug Civil War Company Hat Letter -D-
NEW ! Here is a Nice Dug Company Hat Letter D ! At first glance I wasn’t sure it is excavated but after a closer look I think it just came out of well draining sandy soil. It has no bends or breaks and no digger damage. The front shows a nice golden brown patina with a few areas having a reddish tinge and a tiny bit of white verdigris. The reverse shows the same patina and lead solder remnants where the attachment loops once were. Recovery location unknown. A Very Nice Displaying Civil War Company Hat Letter D !
$45 plus shipping
Fine Non-dug Civil War Period Infantry Hat Horn Insignia
Here is a Beautiful Non-dug Infantry Hat Horn Insignia ! It is stamped brass measuring about 3.5 inches wide by almost 2 inches tall and shows no bends, breaks, or damage whatsoever. The front shows a good portion of its original gold gilt still present with a smooth brown patina where it is worn away. The reverse also shows gold gilding and both of its attachment loops still present and tight. These were worn on the kepi or Hardee Hat to denote infantry. A Superb Displaying Stamped Brass Infantry Hat Horn Insignia !
$75 plus shipping
Fine Non Dug Pre War Solid Cast Militia Hat Letter for Company G - Silver Plated
Here is a Wonderful Non-dug Pre-Civil War Cast Brass Militia Hat Letter or Company -G- Insignia ! We’ve dug several of these here in NW Arkansas, for different companies, but this is the first time I’ve seen a non dug example, and I did not realize that some of them might be silver plated. This one is cast brass as are most of the pre-war examples, and still retaining 98% of it’s original silver plate. The reverse shows all three long steel or iron pins for attachment still present and undamaged. Most of the time when we dig one of these, the silver plate is long gone and all we see on the reverse is the rusty spots where the pins were attached. This little Pre-War Company Letter -G- Just Displays First Rate !
$55 plus shipping
Nice Non-dug Company Hat Letter -G-
Here is a Fine Non-Dug Civil War Stamped Brass Company Hat Letter ! It is the one inch tall pattern and this one is to denote a member of Company G. There are no cracks or breaks and the brass has toned nicely. Reverse shows the single attachment loop still present, though bent over to one side. A Fine Displaying Civil War Company Hat Letter G !
Fine Non Dug Stamped Brass Company Hat Letter -C- One Inch
Here is a Fine Non-dug Stamped Brass Company Hat Letter -C- ! It is the one inch tall pattern that would have been worn on a kepi or Hardee Hat. It shows no bends, breaks, or cracks and has a nice mellow patina. The reverse shows the single soldered attachment loop still present as well. A Fine Displaying Civil War Company Hat Letter C !
$45 plus shipping
Very Nice Non-Dug Crossed Sabers Cavalry Insignia Hat Pin w/Loops
Here is an Original Civil War Period Cavalry Insignia or Crossed Sabers, in Excellent Condition ! They measure approximately 3.25 inches wide by 1.75 inches tall. All the brass has a nice warm golden brown patina, with no pushes, cracks, or damage of any sort. The reverse shows four soldered attachment loops still present and firmly attached, though one is slightly bent. These would have been worn on top of the kepi or front/side of a Hardee Hat. A First Rate Civil War Cavalry Hat Insignia that Displays Great!