CIRCA 1880'S 8TH CORPS BADGE

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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 denotes second divison, and this six pointed star was the unofficial badge of the 8th Corps/Middle Department-also known as the Army of the Shenandoah. This Corps existed from July 1862 to August 1865, and was commanded by Gen. Lew Wallace at its mustering out. Sharp, attractive badge.

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