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W.C. Wyatt Handkerchief - AoT Alabama Artillery


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We are exicted to offer our first Army of Tennessee carried handkerchief!! 

This handkerchief was carried by W.C. Wyatt of Alabama while he was in the Gid Nelson Light Artillery.  He was wounded during the battles around Atlanta and unfit for service following the wound, which resulted in loss of one of his legs. 

This handkerchief is a gem, it measures 31 x 25 inches, so it is our largest available!  Made from 100% cotton.  We had the prototype of this handkerchief at the Middle Tennessee Civil War show in December and it was a customer favorite and received many many compliments!

This handkerchief is expected to ship to your door on February 8, 2015....so don't delay. 

Original is in the collection of the Museum of the Confederacy and we appreciate their help in providing information, photos, and details for this reproduction.


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  1. Great Personal Item 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Feb 2015

    With every new article Chris brings to light, it only helps us, the historians to show a more complete and personal side to the soldiers of the Civil War. Beautiful handkerchiefs!

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