EXCAVATED CIVIL WAR ID DISK – BATTLE HONORS BUT NO NAME

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Item Code: 2022-2442

Pewter “WAR OF 1861” style identification disk. In “dug” condition showing expected small chipping and edge wear. Much of the plating remains on the front and back faces.

The side that would have had a name stamped in it, unfortunately, remains blank. The opposite side features a raised wreath with “WAR OF 1861” at the top and “ENGAGED IN THE ABOVE BATTLES” at the bottom. Stamped in the field on this side are the following: “ROANOKE / NEW B[U]RN / CHANTILL[A] / BULL RUN / CAMDEN”.

Perhaps the sutler simply tossed this tag once he realized some of the battles were misspelled.

A shame that there is no name upon it, but still a decent “dug” Civil War ID tag. [jet] [ph:L]

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