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1832 Officer Epaulets



1832 Mexican War Infantry Officer Epaulets

From 1832 until 1851, US Infantry Officers wore Silver Epaulets on their Dress Coats. Our beautiful reproduction Silver Epaulets are available with three different diameters of bullion (also called "fringe") for the different ranks; Second Lieutenant thru Colonel. After 1851, Infantry officers used gold epaulets like the other branches. The only rank to wear any insignia during this time was Colonel and that was a gold eagle. Not In Stock- Custom Order- Please Allow 8-12 week delivery. (Imported)

Regimental Discs are available at extra cost and take about 10 weeks to get from the maker. (Imported) If you order these, specify the Regimental number desired. Infantry color until 1851 was White. These can be ordered thru the specific choice boxes below and are left for you to install.


1832 Mexican War Infantry Officer Silver Epaulets start at: $219.00 (for Lieutenant)

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Regimental Disc- (Allow 8 week delivery)

Known for Quality Historical Men's Military Uniforms and Civilian Clothing Reproductions- Since 1975





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