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Regulations for the U.S. Army uniforms w/12 color plates 1888  

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Regulations for the Uniform of the Army of the United States with Illustrations, May 1888

Ogden, H.A.


Depot of the Quartermaster General



[6] pp. Triple-columned. 12 chromolithographic plates and 13 black and white plates. (Folio) 42.5x37 cm (16½x15") original pebbled brown cloth lettered in gilt. 

Compiled by direction of the Secretary of War under the Supervision of the Quartermaster General and Inspector General. Wonderful chromolithographs depicting groups of soldiers in full uniform in army settings. Engraved by G.H. Buek & Co. after paintings by Henry Alexander Odgen. The black and white plates depict helmets, caps, badges, sword belts, epaulettes, and other accessories.

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Wear and scuffing to cloth with rubbing to extremities, fraying to spine ends, corners mildly bumped, plates with some light toning, occasional finger soiling to margins; very good.

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