Veteran Memorabilia

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52ND NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE 1918

52ND NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE 1918

Badge is surmounted by a large spread-winged eagle over crossed cannons and artillery shells. Reverse has the original pin. Suspended from this top piece is a gold silk ribbon approx. 5.00 inches… (M25958). Learn More »

$75.00
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51ST NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE 1917

51ST NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE 1917

Badge is surmounted by a large spread-winged eagle over crossed cannons and artillery shells. Reverse has the original pin. Suspended from this top piece is a gold silk ribbon approx. 5.00 inches… (M25957). Learn More »

$75.00
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50TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE

50TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE

Badge is surmounted by a large spread-winged eagle over crossed cannons and artillery shells. Reverse has the original pin. Suspended from this top piece is a gold silk ribbon approx. 5.00 inches… (M25956). Learn More »

49TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE

49TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE

Badge is surmounted by a large spread-winged eagle over crossed cannons and artillery shells. Reverse has the original pin. Suspended from this top piece is a gold silk ribbon approx. 2.00 inches… (M25955). Learn More »

48TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE

48TH NATIONAL ENCAMPMENT GAR BADGE

Badge is surmounted by a large spread-winged eagle over crossed cannons and artillery shells. Reverse has the original pin. Suspended from this top piece is a gold silk ribbon approx. 5 inches… (M25954). Learn More »

U.C.V. BADGE - RICHMOND, 1915

U.C.V. BADGE - RICHMOND, 1915

Very nice two- piece badge from the United Confederate Veterans reunion. Top hangar has an image of the Robert E. Lee monument in Richmond. Wording below image reads, “RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 1915”.… (286-474). Learn More »

$295.00
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U.C.V. BADGE - MACON, GEORGIA, 1912

U.C.V. BADGE - MACON, GEORGIA, 1912

Very nice two- piece badge from the United Confederate Veterans reunion. Top hangar has a shield design with an image of the Macon City Hall and the monument to the women of the South. Wording reads,… (286-515). Learn More »

$295.00
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1912 NEW JERSEY REUNION BUTTON FOR THE 9TH REGIMENT

1912 NEW JERSEY REUNION BUTTON FOR THE 9TH REGIMENT

White metallic button with “9TH N.J. VOLS REUNION 1861-1912.” Button is backed by a very nice red, white and blue ribbon. Original pin is still on the reverse as is the manufacturer’s label.  … (523-79). Learn More »

$30.00
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1893 NEWARK NEW JERSEY GAR MEMORIAL DAY RIBBON

1893 NEWARK NEW JERSEY GAR MEMORIAL DAY RIBBON

Top bar has a scalloped brass frame with a celluloid strip at center with full color crossed US flags. Ribbon is two pieces. The first is a short red, white and blue ribbon with silver print that… (523-77). Learn More »

$75.00
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1922 UNION EX-PRISONER OF WAR REUNION RIBBON

1922 UNION EX-PRISONER OF WAR REUNION RIBBON

White ribbon with gold printing meas. approx. 1.50 inches wide x 5.25 inches long. At top is spread-winged eagle perched on a knapsack and crossed rifles. Below the rifles is a prison stockade with a… (523-76). Learn More »

SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC RIBBON

SOCIETY OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC RIBBON

Tin backed celluloid button with a picture on the front of an equestrian statue of Major General George Gordon Meade. Suspended from the button are two thin ribbons, one blue and one white. The blue… (523-75). Learn More »

$45.00
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1891 REUNION RIBBON FOR THE 1ST CONNECTICUT HEAVY ARTILLERY

1891 REUNION RIBBON FOR THE 1ST CONNECTICUT HEAVY ARTILLERY

Ribbon is red with gold printing. Ribbon meas. approx. 2.50 x 7.00 inches and is made of a shorter ribbon over the top of a longer one. At top is a gold crossed cannons with a numeral “1” above… (668-128). Learn More »

$25.00
Originally $30.00

V.M.I. REUNION AND MONUMENT UNVEILING RIBBON

V.M.I. REUNION AND MONUMENT UNVEILING RIBBON

Blue ribbon measures 2” wide x 6” long with 1 ½” long gold bullion fringe sewn to the bottom. Printed on the ribbon in gold ink is, “V.M.I. / REUNION OLD CADETS / Unveiling / New Market… (1000-2352). Learn More »

U.C.V. MEDAL – 25TH REUNION, RICHMOND

U.C.V. MEDAL – 25TH REUNION, RICHMOND

Very nice two- piece badge from the United Confederate Veterans reunion. Top hangar has an image of the Robert E. Lee monument in Richmond. Wording below image reads, “RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, 1915”.… (1000-2351). Learn More »

1890 NINTH NEW JERSEY REUNION RIBBON

1890 NINTH NEW JERSEY REUNION RIBBON

White ribbon meas. approx. 8.25 inches long with gold lettering that reads “FIFTH ANNUAL REUNION HIGHTSTOWN, N. J. SEPT. 16TH, 1890.” There is a gold plaque at center decorated with a campfire… (523-46). Learn More »

$125.00
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22ND NEW JERSEY RIBBON FOR 1895 REUNION

22ND NEW JERSEY RIBBON FOR 1895 REUNION

White ribbon approx. 6.50 inches long with black lettering that reads “SEVENTH RE-UNION 22ND REGIMENT NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEER INFANTRY AT RIDGEWOOD SEPT. 23D, 1895.” At lower center there is a red… (523-44). Learn More »

$95.00
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GROUP OF VETERAN’S BADGES IDENTIFIED TO 2ND NEW JERSEY SOLDIER

GROUP OF VETERAN’S BADGES IDENTIFIED TO 2ND NEW JERSEY SOLDIER

This small lot includes three GAR medals all in very nice condition. The first has a cast brass crossed US flags at top with a GAR star at center. The whole is surmounted by the letters “GAR” at… (523-39). Learn More »

UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR

UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR

This two piece badge is known as the Southern Cross of Honor. It has a plain top bar with a pin on the reverse. When presented to a veteran his name would be engraved on the front of the… (1000-2345). Learn More »

U.C.V. REUNION RIBBON FROM WHEELER’S CAVALRY

U.C.V. REUNION RIBBON FROM WHEELER’S CAVALRY

Attractive reunion ribbon from the United Confederate Veterans. Yellow ribbon measures 2 ½” wide x 6 ¼” long with an additional 1 ½” long silver bullion tassels sewn to the bottom. Crisply… (778-74). Learn More »

$495.00
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G.A.R. REPRESENTATIVE MEDAL, GETTYSBURG, 1913

G.A.R. REPRESENTATIVE MEDAL, GETTYSBURG, 1913

Top hangar reads, “GETTYSBURG SPRINGS / JUNE 1913.” Original pin is on reverse. A red ribbon is suspended between the upper and lower components. Suspended from the ribbon is a thick round medal… (778-73). Learn More »


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OUTSTANDING US MODEL 1861 2.9 INCH 10-POUNDER PARROTT RIFLE

Invented by Captain Robert Parker Parrott, a West Point graduate and an inventor of military ordnance. Superintendent of the West Point Foundry in Cold Spring, NY. The Parrott gun was patented in 1861. This Model 1861 had a 2.9 inch land diameter… (941-02). Learn More »

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