G.A.R. REPRESENTATIVE MEDAL, HARRISBURG, PA 1910

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Top hangar reads, “HARRISBURG / JUNE / 1910” around a G.A.R. seal. Original pin is on reverse. A red ribbon is suspended between the upper and lower components. The lower bar reads, “REPRESENTATIVE”. Suspended from this is a thick round medal with “44th ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT DEP. OF PENNSYLVANIA  G.A.R.” around a bust of whoever the commander was that year. Reverse features the PA State Capitol building. Entire length measures 3 7/8”.  In good condition with a minor stain on the ribbon.  [jet]

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