ORIGINAL, SILVER 5th CORPS BADGE FROM THE 91ST PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

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This silver, Maltese Cross 5th Army Corps disc is from an unidentified member of the 91st Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. Organized in September 1861, the 91st Pennsylvania Infantry was an active and hard-fought outfit in the Eastern Theater It initially spent time on guard duty at various points in Washington. Combat operations followed at the battles of Fredericksburg including the Mud March, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg at LRT, Lee’s Retreat, Mine Run, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, North Anna, Petersburg, Cold Harbor, Weldon R/R, Hatcher’s Run, Five Forks, Sailor’s Creek, and Appomattox. The regiment mustered out on July 10, 1864 at Washington, D.C. It also marched in the Grand Review. The crudely made silver badge device measures 1½” x 1½” and has two, concentric circles engraved at the center with numerals “91” engraved within the inner circle.

The Maltese Cross badge device has four triangle segments that are plain and not engraved. There is a small ¼” long crack visible between the left and bottom segment. The T-pin back arrangement on the backside is missing its pin and hinge components. An original, Civil War badge from a Pennsylvania soldier in the 91st PA regiment. Grouping comes in a small Ricker glass display case.

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