Insignia & Badges

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IDENTIFIED, 91st PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY SOLDIER’S TEN PIECE GROUPING

IDENTIFIED, 91st PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY SOLDIER’S TEN PIECE GROUPING

A fine grouping of original Civil War uniform items along with personal artifacts that belonged to 1st Lieutenant William Letourneau, an infantryman from Company G, 91st Pennsylvania Volunteer… (465-184). Learn More »

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

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

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… (465-186). Learn More »

RELIC 5TH CORPS BADGE

RELIC 5TH CORPS BADGE

Made of iron, with original stick pin saudered on reverse. Measures 1and 5/16” per side. Exhibits dark patina with pitting & scuffing on obverse. Else vg, & solid. Location of recovery… (713-15). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR BRIGADIER GENERAL CASED EPAULETTES

CIVIL WAR BRIGADIER GENERAL CASED EPAULETTES

Pair of bullion epaulettes with japanned tin carrying case. Epaulette upper-surfaces feature a bullion brigadier’s star & eagle button. Gilt ribbed strap with brass outer shell, with hanging… (344-776). Learn More »

US MODEL 1872 CAVALRY INSIGNIA

US MODEL 1872 CAVALRY INSIGNIA

Generally in very fine condition; photos above are representative of available stock. (ST500007). Learn More »

FINE CONDITION BRASS INFANTRY BUGLE INSIGNIA

FINE CONDITION BRASS INFANTRY BUGLE INSIGNIA

This rolled and stamped device is a sheet-brass artifact that depicts a military insignia worn by soldiers in infantry branch of the Federal Army during the Civil War. The crescent-shaped, one-piece… (ST500059). Learn More »

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RHODE ISLAND "BAND OF HOPE" BADGE PIN

RHODE ISLAND "BAND OF HOPE" BADGE PIN

Ca. 1860s. Silver R.I. badge measuring 1" x 1.25", featuring a banner - 'BAND OF HOPE' - superimposed upon an anchor which is itself superimposed upon an American shield. Straight vertical pin… (179-66). Learn More »

CIRCA 1880'S 8TH CORPS BADGE

CIRCA 1880'S 8TH CORPS BADGE

Enameled surface, white six pointed star measuring 1" in diameter, with brass backing & vertical "t-square" pin on the reverse. Badge is maker marked and sterling marked.  The color white… (179-111). Learn More »


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MAMALUKE SABER MANUFACTURED IN ENGLAND

Manufactured: England  Maker: William Harvey  Year: 1840 - 1850  Model: Mameluke  Size: 30.25  Condition: VG Wonderful Mamaluke Saber manufactured in England.  Most likely for a British officer but possible it was imported to the US market. … (870-74). Learn More »

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