SILVER ID BADGE – PVT. ROBERT J. WARREN, 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY & 47TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

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A very handsome Civil War cavalry ID badge or pin identified to Private Robert J. Warren of Lowell, Massachusetts who served in Company I, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry and the 47th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.

This attractive silver badge, in untouched condition, is approximately 7/8" in diameter and retains almost all of its original luster and brilliance. Specimen has a cut out center in the shape of a small harp surrounded by a circular 1/4" ribbon border folded over at bottom. Finely engraved upon the upper half of the badge border are the letters, "R.J. Warren", while the bottom half of the border has, "Co I 1st Mass Cav" nicely engraved. Reverse side of badge has the hinge pin assembly soldered on but the small retaining pin clasp is broken off.

Robert J. Warren was a 26 year old resident of Lowell, MA and a machinist by trade when he enlisted as a Corporal on 10/20/62. On 10/24/62 he mustered into Co. I, 47th Massachusetts Infantry. Mustered out on 9/1/63 at Readville, MA. On 12/5/63 he mustered into Co. I, 1st Massachusetts Cavalry as a Sergeant. Mustered out on 7/18/65.

Badge comes with the trooper's complete set of National Archives military and pension records.  A very pleasing and attractive identified cavalry trooper's badge in super fine condition.

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