US Model 1883 Blue Wool Campaign Shirt

US Model 1883 Blue Wool Campaign Shirt
Beautiful reproduction of the M1883 shirt. Made in 100% wool flannel.
 
Our PriceUS$ 75.00
Code205787000
Stock50
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Adopted in 1883, this shirt was worn through the end of the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War, Philppine Insurrection and Boxer rebellion. This is a very authentic copy and a well-made classic shirt as well. Order your normal chest size for a loose fit.
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