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Made in the USA. Traditional Civil War style brass colored cords with finished ends. Adjustable to fit various hat styles and shapes. Can easily be added or removed to your hats. Available in two sizes; Small/Medium and Large/Extra Large. Make your size selection from the drop-down menu.
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$ 75.00This is a "pencil" of the cocky, flamboyant and brave, golden-haired George Armstrong Custer. A general at 23, he was one of the Union's most celebrated cavalrymen. By 1865, the time of this reference photo by Civil War Photographer Matthew Brady, he had seen action in most engagements in the eastern theater. A subordinate described Custer as "the idol, as well as the idol of his men, the foremost cavalry officer of his time."
$ 75.00This classic pose of Grant has all of the things that Karchner looks for when he searches for the perfect shot. It has fantastic detail, many, many textures and a look that takes his breath away and hopefully yours too. The photographic reference was taken by the famous Civil War photographer, Matthew Brady in 1863. Brady is the same photographer who shot the fantastic reference that Karchner used to draw Robert E. Lee and General George Custer.
$ 75.00The stunning pose of this man was taken in 1865, Richmond a week after the general surrendered at Appomattox. It totally captures the Civil War commander's dignity and strength of character--traits that impressed the soldiers of both armies. "All appreciated the sadness that overwhelmed him," recalled Grant's aide, Horace Porter, "and he had the personal sympathy of everyone who beheld him."