Mexican Army Company's Emblem "Caney Horn"
Latin American History | Military History | United States History
Infantry horn emblem with the mouthpiece to left; two fastening prongs with holes on reverse side; this object identifies a rifleman company of a regular infantry battalion. Company’s emblem “Compania de Cazadores, Baón de Infanteria Permanente” ”Caney Horn” ca. 1835-1836 Plate Dug at crossing on Caney Creek, Texas Collection
File 1: Discolored Emblem, the mouthpiece facing the right. A slight green hue
File 2: Discolored Emblem, the mouthpiece facing the left. Orange rust can be seen around the pin.
.TIF, 2 Files, 1.06 MB
Manuel Hinojosa Mexican War Collection, UTRGV Digital Library, The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley