ASSOCIATION OF ARMY & NAVY SURGEONS OF THE CONFEDERACY REUNION BADGE -1903

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Reunion badge features a top white metal hangar bar that shows an image of the Surgeon General of the United Confederate Veterans, Joseph Jones. On each side of image are colored flags - the Confederate battle flag on the left and a blue flag with eagle on the right. Lettering reads, “REUNION”. Original pin is present on reverse. Hanging from bar is a deep purple silk ribbon with gold lettering that reads, “SURGEON”. Suspended from ribbon is a round medal that features a medical cross in the center. Laurel wreath surrounds cross. Lettering surrounding wreath reads, “6th ANN’L ASS’N OF SURGEONS, ARMY & NAVY OF THE CONFEDERACY”. Reverse of medal shows the UCV symbol, images of Jones, the Confederate flag, and flag with eagle. Lettering reads, “NEW ORLEANS MAY 19, 1903”.

Measures 4” total length. Metal has slightly darkened in areas. Ribbon is good with no fraying.

The Confederate States Army and Navy Surgeons Association formed in Richmond, Virginia, in August of 1863. Its purpose (as stated in a circular in these papers) was "For the advancement of science – to rescue from oblivion all the important medical and surgical facts developed within the armies of the Confederate States during the late war..." General Samuel P. Moore, former Surgeon General of the Confederacy, served as the association's president. [sl]

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