RELIC – VERY NICE 2ND CORPS BADGE

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Item Code: 1184-285

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This is an excavated brass corps badge from a member of the Second Corps, Army of the Potomac, recovered near Orange, Virginia.

This is the top or outer rim portion of a two-piece, commercially made corps badge. Originally this had a tin back. Soldiers would place a colored piece of cloth inside representing their division.

This is brass with gilted face. Half of the pin remains on the back; attached by a hinge at the top. Two small tabs also remain on the back. There are some rust stains from the tin back and even two very small traces of cloth found on the back side.

In very nice condition.   [jet] [ph:L]

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