FIELD MADE 5TH CORPS BADGE & RELICS - BLOODY ANGLE, SPOTSYLVANIA

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Item Code: R17458

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Heavily rusted makeshift 5th Corp badge made of a thin tin is accompanied by numerous other relics found at Bloody Angle. Relics include a broken socket and clasping ring of a bayonet, a melted lead scrap, remains of knapsack straps with brass rivet, a brass belt keeper for model 1851 beltplate, and a Confederate bullet. Original tag reads "From Bloody Angle Spottsylvania, Court House".

This item is from an early Connecticut collection, most likely a G.A.R. Post or old museum.

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