MARYLAND CONFEDERATE VETERAN’S BADGE

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Item Code: 2023-2923

This shield-shaped celluloid badge has a foliate brass frame edge and a flowing Confederate battleflag at center on cream color ground, with “JAS. R. HERBERT / CAMP. 657. U.C.V.” above, and “BALTIMORE” below. It has a small suspension loop at top with one ring in it. The color is very good and the detailing is sharp. The brass frame is slightly muted from age. The brass back is brighter.

James Rawlings Herbert (1883-1884) was Captain of Co. D 1st Maryland, CSA 1861-62, and Lieutenant Colonel of the 2nd Maryland 1862-65. He served in the Maryland National Guard after the war as Colonel from 1867 to 1871 and Brigadier General from 1874 to 1884. He was the Baltimore Police Commissioner for the last seven years of his life as well.

A 1913 city directory listed Dr. M.L. Jarrett as Commander and Charles H. Mattee as Adjutant with meetings the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month as 1837 E. Biddle St.  [sr][ph:m]

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