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UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS THIRD NATIONAL CONFEDERATE FLAG

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS THIRD NATIONAL CONFEDERATE FLAG

As states seceded from the Union, starting with South Carolina in December 1860, local and regional enthusiasm created a large number of potential new flags for the Confederacy. A committee of the… (163-113). Learn More »

$1,250.00
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A REAL UCV FLAG FOR THE 1st SOUTH CAROLINA DATING TO THE 1920s-1930s

A REAL UCV FLAG FOR THE 1st SOUTH CAROLINA DATING TO THE 1920s-1930s

It’s necessary to stress this is a real United Confederate Veterans flag since the fall-back position for many makers of fake Confederate flags that are not good enough to pass as wartime is to call… (88-41). Learn More »

$395.00
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UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERAN REUNION RIBBON AND BADGE—"NEW ORLEANS 1903.”

UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERAN REUNION RIBBON AND BADGE—"NEW ORLEANS 1903.”

Three piece “ladder” assembly—bronze bar pin/ silver ribbon/aluminum medallion—measuring 3.5” in total length, medallion 1.5” in circumference. Ribbon exhibits slight wear, else near… (1054-383). Learn More »

DOCUMENT FROM 1922 LISTING UCV VETERANS GIVEN THE SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR

DOCUMENT FROM 1922 LISTING UCV VETERANS GIVEN THE SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR

Pre-printed form meas. approx. 17.00 inches long x 7.25 inches wide. It is filled out in ink and lists seven recipients of the Southern Cross of Honor, their units, dates of enlistment and discharge… (217-217). Learn More »

1916  U.C.V. BADGE FROM THE REUNION AT BIRMINGHAM

1916 U.C.V. BADGE FROM THE REUNION AT BIRMINGHAM

Here is a fine example of an original United Confederate Veteran’s suspension badge as worn by its members at the UCV Reunion in Birmingham, Alabama on May 16-18, 1916. The two-piece suspension… (172-2716). Learn More »


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RARE CONFEDERATE MANUFACTURED 12 POUNDER IRON HOWITZER TUBE MADE BY TREDEGAR IRON WORKS IN RICHMOND, DATED 1862!

This foundry was named for the famous iron works at Tredegar, Wales; the Tredegar Iron Works opened in 1837 and was active in the foundry trade for many years in Richmond until 1952. In 1841 Joseph Anderson became involved with the Tredegar foundry… (455-09). Learn More »

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