Two Military Caps, c. late 19th/early 20th century, a Model 1902 artillery dress cap with a dark blue broadcloth body, two red bands, stamped brass crossed cannon on the front with a "7/H," leather chin strap and brass buttons, with a silk liner and leather sweatband; and an Indian Wars-era navy cap with a blue broadcloth body, four vents in the crown, an embroidered insignia on the front with a wreath, crossed anchors, and "U.S. NAVY," a gold chin strap, brass buttons, lined with black and brown polished cotton, with "WM H HALL/NEW YORK" stamped on the crown lining.
Provenance: The collection of Ron Tunison.
Both have some light wear and a couple of nips, sweatband on the navy cap is coming loose, but in overall good condition.
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