The Huddy & Duval Prints Being Hand-Colored Facsimiles of the Uniform Plates Representing the Volunteers of the U.S.A. Together with the Army and Navy Including the Accompanying Explanatory Text as Printed in the U.S. Military Magazine from 1839 to 1842
Parker, Tom (editor)

New York - London: Rampart House, Inc., 1955. F Introduction by Anne S.K. Brown followed by color plates and text, printed on good quality heavy stock; including examples of the uniforms of: First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry, Phil. City Troop, Light Guard of New York, U.S. Marine Corps, National Greys (Phil.), Macon Volunteers, York Penn. Rifle Corps; Artillery of Boston, Montgomery Guards N.Y.State Infantry, U.S. Dragoon Corps full dress; State Fencibles 1st Comp. Phil.; Capt. James Polk Dickinson/de Kalb Rifle Guards, Camden South Carolina; Lieutenant, U.S. Navy; Pulawski Cadets NY; 1st Co. German Washington Guards; Jackson Artillerists Phil.; Washington Greys of Reading; Major Genl. Winfield Scott in dress, mounted; bound in dark blue pebbled-cloth covered boards, silver gilt cover embossed design, red lettering, silver gilt spine titles; a little edge, tips wear and rubbing to the covers; very good condition; interesting military uniform reference material. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 20382)

$125.00

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