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    Default FOR SALE:Two TIM BENDER Hardee Hats One Officer One Enlisted

    Here are two Tim Bender reproduction Hardee Hats. They were used for one day on a project and are in very nice condition, AND, as you know, Tim, unfortunately , isn't making these anymore. So if you always wanted a Tim Bender Hat, here is your chance.

    1. M1858 Federal Officer Hardee Hat, size 7 3/8...........$175.00 delivered in the US

    2. M1858 Federal Infantry Hardee Hat , size 7 1/8............$175.00 delivered in the US

    THE SHIPPING IS INCLUDED, if you haven't mailed anything lately, postal prices are at an all time high, because of size and packing, it will cost in the neighborhood of $30 to ship, maybe more.
    PayPal is the method of payment, PM me if interested, thanks. Mike
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    Michael T. Boyd
    Great Great Grandson of Thomas Howey
    38th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment
    Mustered In: June 1861-Mustered Out: Sept 1865
    (Survivor of Cahaba Prison, Alabama)

    Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War(Edward Lea Camp)
    G Company, Red River Battalion
    Company of Military Historians

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    Default More pictures of Enlisted Hardee

    Here are more pictures of the Enlisted Hardee
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    Michael T. Boyd
    Great Great Grandson of Thomas Howey
    38th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment
    Mustered In: June 1861-Mustered Out: Sept 1865
    (Survivor of Cahaba Prison, Alabama)

    Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War(Edward Lea Camp)
    G Company, Red River Battalion
    Company of Military Historians

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    The Enlisted Hardee is sold, the Officers is still available.
    Michael T. Boyd
    Great Great Grandson of Thomas Howey
    38th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment
    Mustered In: June 1861-Mustered Out: Sept 1865
    (Survivor of Cahaba Prison, Alabama)

    Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War(Edward Lea Camp)
    G Company, Red River Battalion
    Company of Military Historians

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