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Grand Army of the Republic Uniform Button

2 piece, convex, coat size uniform button, with raised, intertwined letters, G.A.R., on a lined field. Measures 7/8 inches in diameter. Back mark: Horstmann Bros. & Co., Phil. Complete with shank on the reverse. Non dug. Very nice example which retains almost 100% of its gold gilt finish.

WBTS Trivia: The Grand Army of the Republic was a fraternal order composed of Union Civil War veterans, and was founded in Springfield, Illinois, in 1866.

 

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G.A.R. Lapel Pin

Oval lapel pin with stud fastener on the reverse. Measures 5/8 inches in diameter. G.A.R. logo on the obverse with vignette of the figure of Liberty in the center flanked by a Union sailor and soldier clasping hands in fraternity. Two children are kneeling in the foreground representing charity and the assurance of protection from their military comrades. Grand Army Of The Republic Veteran, 1861-1866, is in raised letters around the circumference of the pin. The fastening stud on the reverse allowed the Union veteran to proudly wear this pin in the lapel...  

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1893 New York Day at Gettysburg Medal

Adopted by the New York Monuments Commission on May 6, 1893. These beautiful medals were made to honor the heroic New York soldiers who fought in the famous battle of Gettysburg, and were issued on July 1, 2, and 3, 1893, on "New York Day," at Gettysburg, on the thirtieth anniversary of the battle. The bronze medal was struck at the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia by order of the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury. A circular was printed and sent to the executive officers of each New York veteran organization requesting that they use the utmost care in...  

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Blue & Gray Reunion Cover, Gettysburg 1938

75th Anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg

9 1/2 x 4 1/8, imprinted, multi-colored envelope. Gettysburg, Blue And Gray Reunion, 75th Anniversary, Battle of Gettysburg, 1938, with illustrations of the United States and Confederate flags, and more. Includes an illustration of the Eternal Light Peace Memorial to be dedicated by President [F.D.] Roosevelt, Sunday, July 3, 1938. Pennsylvania State Commission, John S. Rice, Chairman, Gettysburg, Pa. Excellent condition. Very desirable Gettysburg Blue & Gray Reunion collectible.  

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G.A.R. Hat Wreath Insignia

Stamped brass hat wreath insignia with G.A.R. [Grand Army of the Republic] in silver colored letters attached to the center of the wreath. These were worn by Civil War veterans on their slouch hats or kepis. Measures 2 1/2 inches in width. Complete with straight pin fastener on the reverse. Comes beautifully displayed in a 4 1/4 x 3 1/4 glass faced display case with blue velvet liner. Excellent piece of G.A.R. memorabilia.  

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United Daughters of the Confederacy Memorandum of Facts for an Award of a Cross of Military Service

4 pages, 8 1/2 x 14, blank imprinted document. This was the form that was used by the UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY as a Memorandum of Facts for an Award of a CROSS OF MILITARY SERVICE, for the ancestor of a Confederate Veteran who served honorably in a Foreign War. Very fine. Nice document to pair up with one of these commemorative medals.


WBTS TRIVIA: The United Daughters of the Confederacy was established on September 10, 1894, in Nashville, Tennessee. These patriotic...  

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Letter, George G. Meade G.A.R. Post, Philadelphia, Pa.

Written by the Adjutant of the post Albert C. Johnston

Adjutant Johnston had the distinction of disinterring "Old Baldy," General George G. Meade's gallant war horse, who was put on display in the Grand Army of the Republic Civil War Museum and Library in Philadelphia


6 x 9 1/2, in ink, written on an imprinted letter sheet with the logo of Meade GAR Post 1, Philadelphia at upper left. A.L.S., A.C. Johnston, Adjutant of the Post. Also comes with a vintage postcard published by Blocher's, Gettysburg, Pa., of General George G....  

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124th New York Infantry at Gettysburg

The famous "Orange Blossoms" Regiment from Goshen, New York

Veteran Henry M. Howell on Gettysburg. 6 x 9 3/4 imprint. Middletown, N.Y., July 12, 1913. Editor Daily Argus. Discusses the action on July 2, 1863, near Devil's Den, making his point that it was the pivotal point in the battle of Gettysburg. Signed in print by H.M. Howell. Excellent condition. From the personal estate of Henry M. Howell. He enlisted in Co. E, 124th New York Infantry, "The Orange Blossoms," on August 9, 1862. He fought in the battles of...  

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New Jersey Celluloid Badge

1 3/4 x 1 3/4, two sided, full color, celluloid button, manufactured by Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, N.J. One side has a Union camp scene with officers on horseback, soldiers standing at right with stacked muskets at their side, large flag pole with an American flag flying at the center, and several tents and soldiers in the background. Imprint at the bottom, Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, N.J. The opposite side has the New Jersey State Seal with riband below and the motto, Liberty And Prosperity. Imprint at the bottom, Whitehead & Hoag Co., Newark, N.J....  

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1906 Program, Society of the Nineteenth Army Corps

Twentieth Annual Meeting And Dinner

St. Denis Hotel, October 20, 1906. 4 pages printed on extremely thick card stock. 7 x 9 1/2. Tied together by red, white and blue ribbons. Excellent photograph of General Nathaniel P. Banks on the front cover with the following caption: As He Was In 1862. Our First Commander. Major-General Nathaniel Prentiss Banks. Died September 1, 1894. Photographed by Mr. Brady, New York City. Page 2: 1864-1906. Twentieth Annual Meeting And Dinner. Society of the Nineteenth Army Corps. St. Denis Hotel. Cor. Of Broadway...  

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Special Orders, Gettysburg Post 191 G.A.R.

8 1/4 x 10, imprinted document filled out in ink.

Headquarters Department of Massachusetts,
Grand Army of the Republic,
657 Washington Street, Room 18

Boston, May 23, 1892

Special Order
No. 15

In accordance with Chap. II, Section 3, Rules and Regulations, a dispensation is hereby granted to Gettysburg Post No. 191, G.A.R. of Boston to enable the Investigating Committee that may be appointed at the next regular meeting of the Post to report upon applications for membership that may be referred to them at the same...  

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18th Connecticut Volunteers Reunion Ribbon

2 x 4 1/4, cream colored ribbon with vignette at the center of an American flag with blue imprint, 18th Conn. Vols. Reunion Sept. 26th, 1862-1868. Light age toning and typical wear. No pin, ribbon only.

The 18th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Regiment saw their share of action participating in the battles of Winchester, New Market, Harrisonburg, Piedmont, Lexington, Buchanan, Liberty, Quaker Church, Lynchburg, Salem, Hedgeville, Snicker's Ford, Kernstown, Martinsburg, Cedar Creek, Stony Point, Middletown, Opequon, Hallstown and Charlestown, Va.  

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