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U.C.V. MINIATURE SLOUCH HAT

U.C.V. MINIATURE SLOUCH HAT

This thin metal slouch hat ornament was a typical souvenir of the veteran reunions. Measures 2 1/8” in diameter x ¾” high. Paint is lightly scuffed in places.  … (173-1432). Learn More »

SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS ADJUTANT BADGE

SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS ADJUTANT BADGE

This unissued medal is given to descendants of Confederate Veterans who have served in the military during war time, from WWI up to and including Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) and Operation… (344-1181). 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 »

1932 REUNION BADGE FOR UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS IN RICHMOND

1932 REUNION BADGE FOR UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS IN RICHMOND

Badge has a wide top bar with a very detailed and very pronounced engraving of the Confederate Institute at center. Above this is a ribbon inscribed with “CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE.” Ribbon… (172-2694). Learn More »

HANDSOME 22nd UCV REUNION MEDALLION AT MACON, GA

HANDSOME 22nd UCV REUNION MEDALLION AT MACON, GA

This is a very fine, non-dug, large, two-piece suspension medallion that honors the United Confederate Veterans at their 22nd Reunion at Macon, Georgia on May 7-9, 1912. The brass, two piece medallion… (582-02). Learn More »


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7TH NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD MILITIA OFFICER’S PRESENTATION SWORD

Beautifully gold gilded and highly engraved dress sword presented to Colonel L.W. Stevens of the National Guards NYSA by the Officers of the Corps 1831. This sword and scabbard exhibits the finest American workmanship available during the second… (172-2938). Learn More »

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