Z2010 Excavated Model 1872 Infantry Shako Eagle Plate
Description: Here is a very nice excavated 1872 shako eagle plate in excavated condition. This one still retains both of the attachment pins on the reverse. There are three small breaks in the insignia. The first break is where the eagle's beak touches the ribbon. The second break is almost in the middle of the ribbon. The third break is on the eagle's left leg. There is a larger size eagle plate of this pattern that was used on the M1872 Cavalry helmets.
Measures: 1.5" x 1.75"
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