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    Gone With the Wind Confederate Cavalry Tunic. Made from a World War I wool hospital gown, this Confederate cavalry tunic was used in the Civil War epic. Has yellow sleeves and collar. Measures 20" from armpit to armpit, 26" from collar to bottom, and 22" sleeve. Has "TBS" stamped on the interior of the collar. In Very Good Plus condition with smudging/soiling on interior of collar, as well as fraying near the collar, along with general wear from storage. COAs from M&K Design & Military Shop and Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2020
    14th Saturday
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