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    • “Animas Shako Flaming Bomb” 

      Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-22)
      Large exploding bomb with a wavy flame having two small holes that were used to fasten plate to shako. This object identifies a member of a company of grenadiers in an infantry battalion.
    • ”Animas Tree Flame Bomb” 

      Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-22)
      Exploding bomb having a flame in the shape of a tree; two fastening prongs with holes on reverse side; this object identifying a company of grenadiers of an infantry battalion, was probably worn on a cartridge box or ...
    • Company emblem “Compania de Granaderos, Regimiento de Infanteria Permanente.” “Buena Vista Bomb” 

      Manuel Hinojosa (2010-12-22)
      Exploding bomb insignia having a wavy fanned flame; two fastening prongs with holes on reverse side; this object identifying a member of a company of grenadiers in an infantry battalion, was probably was worn on a cartridge ...
    • Company’s emblem 

      Manuel, Hinojosa (2010-12-22)
      Exploding bomb insignia having a pointed shaped flame; two fastening prongs with holes on reverse side; this object identifying a member of a company of grenadiers in an infantry battalion was, probably worn on a cartridge ...
    • Company’s emblem “Compania de Granaderos, Regimiento de Infanteria Permanente.” ”Cerro Gordo Drooping Bomb” 

      Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-22)
      Exploding bomb insignia having drooping shaped flame; two fastening prongs with holes on reverse side; this object identifying a member of a company of grenadiers in an infantry battalion, was probably worn on a cartridge ...
    • ”Landeros Bomb” 

      Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-22)
      Exploding bomb with wavy flame; two fastening prongs with holes on reverse side. The author believes this object was worn on a forage cap or shako and identifies a company of grenadiers of an infantry battalion. Another ...
    • "Zapadores Bomb” 

      Hinojosa, Manuel (2010-12-22)
      Exploding bomb with tree shaped flame and having an open-cut, European-style “Z” on the face of bomb; two fastening prongs with holes on reverse side: this object identifying a grenadier company of sappers, was probably ...