A scarce officer’s Artillery Corps saddle cloth insignia from the Spanish American War – Philippine Insurrection era.
Artillery Corps Saddle Cloth Insignia, cut from a thin sheet of iron, from the Spanish American War – Philippine Insurrection era.
The plain metal insignia is 3 inches hight, and held on the saddle cloth by use of an applied pin with open catch. The insignia uses two crossed artillery shells with a round cannon ball at the top center.
A scarce insignia showing some light and honest usage.
From the Robert Borrell Artillery Collection.
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