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Napoleon III Horse Chasseurs of the Imperial Guard Emblem

Napoleon III Horse Chasseurs of the Imperial Guard Emblem

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Intricately detailed brass emblem that would have been affixed to the "sabretache" (a cavalry officer's flat pouch) of a musician from the French "Chasseurs a Cheval de la Garde Imperial" ("Horse Chasseurs of the Imperial Guard"). This piece dates back to the Second Empire period under Napoleon III (1852-1870). The emblem features a shield with Imperial eagle, a knight's helm and mitre, backed by crossed scepters on a patterned drape featuring bees. The imperial cipher "N" appears wreathed beneath the shield, with a Legion of Honor medal at bottom. A stately prize for any collector.

Dimensions: Approx. 7 1/2" x 5" x 1" 

Condition Report: This Second Empire Imperial Guard Musicians Sabretache Emblem shows signs of natural wear and tear such as rust, discoloration, and scruff. For more information regarding the condition of this item please contact us directly. 

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