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BEAUTIFUL GOLD TEXAS STAR BADGE FROM ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON CAMP #144 OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS IN SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

BEAUTIFUL GOLD TEXAS STAR BADGE FROM ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON CAMP #144 OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS IN SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

This very fine badge consists of a white metal pin bar at top, a red ribbon with brass ring at the bottom, and suspended from that is a finely engraved round gold medal. The highlight is the gold… (1179-2101). Learn More »

U.C.V. HAT OF MACERATED U.S. CURRENCY

U.C.V. HAT OF MACERATED U.S. CURRENCY

This miniature brimmed hat was made in a two-part mold from macerated U.S. currency, a genre of tourist souvenir popular in Washington, D.C., from about 1875 into the 1920s. The hat still shows some… (1202-142). Learn More »

FRAMED 1915 PHOTOGRAPH OF A MOUNTED UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERAN’S OFFICER: PERHAPS DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA, 28th ANNUAL MEETING

FRAMED 1915 PHOTOGRAPH OF A MOUNTED UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERAN’S OFFICER: PERHAPS DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA, 28th ANNUAL MEETING

This framed photo measures 15 1/2 – inches by 13 ½ inches overall in a floral edged frame, with the photo itself 9 ¾ by 7 ¾ -inches on a gray mount in a cream-colored mat. The image shows a… (2094-345). Learn More »

SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR, INSCRIBED “J.M. COLEMAN”

SOUTHERN CROSS OF HONOR, INSCRIBED “J.M. COLEMAN”

The Southern Cross of Honor was conceived of in 1898, adopted in 1899 and first issued in 1900. These were given by the United Daughters of the Confederacy to living Confederate veterans with… (1179-1283). Learn More »

UCV ASSISTANT INSPECTOR GENERAL RIBBON 1934

UCV ASSISTANT INSPECTOR GENERAL RIBBON 1934

Original United Confederate Veteran’s Assistant Inspector General ribbon for the 1934 National UCV Reunion held in Chattanooga, Tennessee from June 6-8, 1934. This is a three-piece suspension badge… (2023-1398). Learn More »

UCV REUNION MAY 16-18, 1916 BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA

UCV REUNION MAY 16-18, 1916 BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA

Original United Confederate Veteran’s (UCV) suspension badge as worn by its members at the UCV Reunion in Birmingham, Alabama on May 16-18, 1916. The two-piece suspension badge has a top pin bar… (2023-1396). Learn More »

MARYLAND UCV BADGE FRANKLIN BUCHANAN CAMP No. 747 U.C.V.

MARYLAND UCV BADGE FRANKLIN BUCHANAN CAMP No. 747 U.C.V.

This badge has an open pinback bar at top formed like the embroidered border of a shoulder strap from which a two-color woven silk ribbon suspends a round celluloid disk with a shield at center… (2023-2924). Learn More »

1916 BIRMINGHAM UCV BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

1916 BIRMINGHAM UCV BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-136). Learn More »

1903 NEW ORLEANS UCV BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

1903 NEW ORLEANS UCV BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-141). Learn More »

1926 BIRMINGHAM UCV BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

1926 BIRMINGHAM UCV BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-134). Learn More »

1913 CHATTANOOGA UCV SOUVENIR BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

1913 CHATTANOOGA UCV SOUVENIR BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-138). Learn More »

1901 MEMPHIS UCV “OFFICIAL BUTTON” OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

1901 MEMPHIS UCV “OFFICIAL BUTTON” OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-131). Learn More »

PATRICK CLEBURNE 1911 LITTLE ROCK UCV BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

PATRICK CLEBURNE 1911 LITTLE ROCK UCV BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-137). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 1907 UCV PIN OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

IDENTIFIED 1907 UCV PIN OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-129). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED UCV REUNION BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

IDENTIFIED UCV REUNION BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-142). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 1912 UCV DELEGATE BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

IDENTIFIED 1912 UCV DELEGATE BADGE OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-143). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED 1927 UCV MEDAL OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

IDENTIFIED 1927 UCV MEDAL OF JOHN W. ASHCRAFT, TENNESSEE CAVALRY

John W. Ashcraft was active in Confederate veteran affairs. According to his 1932 obituary in the Confederate Veteran, he was a subscriber from its first issue, missed only two Confederate reunions,… (2022-133). Learn More »

IDENTIFIED UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY BADGE: JAMES HENRY PARKER- SCARCE NEW YORK CHAPTER!

IDENTIFIED UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY BADGE: JAMES HENRY PARKER- SCARCE NEW YORK CHAPTER!

A very good condition membership badge for the United Daughters of the Confederacy, organized in 1894, featuring an enameled first national Confederate flag suspended at bottom by a red/white/red… (286-1103). Learn More »


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FANTASTIC UNIFORM GROUPING OF G.E. ANDREWS: OFFICER’S FROCK COAT, OFFICER’S SHORT JACKET, OFFICER’S TROUSERS, AND HIS TAILOR-MADE FIRST SERGEANT FROCK COAT WITH VETERAN SERVICE STRIPES!

We don’t often use exclamation points in a description, but this identified uniform grouping, formerly in the collections of the Texas Civil War Museum, has not just historical interest, but outstanding eye-appeal. The First Sergeant’s frock coat… (1179-147). Learn More »

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