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Artifacts from the American Civil War
1929 CHARLOTTE N.C. UCV CELLULOID MIRROR
Item #: CWB4114

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MEASURES APPROX. 2.5" DIAMETER

no cracks

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
 $195.00 USD

1904 NASHVILLE, TENN ~ U.C.V. REUNION CELLULOID
Item #: CWB4113

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MEASURES 1 1/2" IN DIAMETER.
HOLED AS MADE. 
NO CRACKING~PIN AND PAPER INSERT PRESENT~HOLE LOCATED JUST UNDER THE "16" ON BOTTOM PORTION
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $185.00 USD

1887 MACON GA. HANDPAINTED "HONOR TO DAVIS" RIBBON
Item #: CWB3063

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7" RIBBON ~ EXTREMELY SCARCE BADGE FROM THE 1887 CONFEDERATE VETERANS REUNION HELD IN MACON, GEORGIA. THE BADGE IS COMPLETELY HANDPAINTED! "HONOR TO DAVIS".
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $575.00 USD

1915 RICHMOND VA ~ LOUISIANA DIVISION UCV RIBBON
Item #: CWB3062

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7" RIBBON ~ STAFF LOUISIANA DIVISION AT 1915 RICHMOND, VA., REUNION. SOME SPLITTNG..
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $150.00 USD

Norfolk Va ~ Confederate Monument Spoon with Enamel
Item #: CWB3021

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SUPER NICE ENAMELED SPOON ~ NORFOLK, VA., ENGRAVED IN BOWL. ENAMEL IS GREAT!!
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $85.00 USD

CONFEDERATE REUNION 1916 LAKE CHARLES LA. RIBBON
Item #: CWB2283

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measures 7" 1916 LA. DIVISION REUNION BADGE. IN NICE CONDITION! SOME THIN SPOTS.
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $195.00 USD

CONFEDERATE REUNION 1901 NEW ORLEANS LA. RIBBON
Item #: CWB2282

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measures 5 3/4" 1901 LA. DIVISION REUNION BADGE. IN VERY NICE CONDITION!
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $195.00 USD

CONFEDERATE REUNION 1911 LAKE CHARLES LA. RIBBON
Item #: CWB2281

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measures 5 3/4" 1911 LA. DIVISION REUNION BADGE. STAINED AT TOP OF RIBBON-SMALL SPLIT ON FIRST NATIONAL FLAG OTHERWISE GOOD.
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $195.00 USD

1923 NEW ORLEANS,LA. CONFEDERATE REUNION ARMY OF TENN
Item #: CWB2280

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measures 8" 46TH ANNUAL RIBBON. PICTURES MEMBERSHIP BADGE AT TOP OF RIBBON! SOME SPLITTING AND A FEW SMALL HOLES IN RIBBON. STILL LOOKS GOOD!
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $225.00 USD

1907 NEW ORLEANS,LA. CONFEDERATE REUNION ARMY OF TENN
Item #: CWB2279

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measures 8 1/2" 30TH ANNUAL REUNION BADGE. NICE BOLD COLORS. DOUBLE PRINT ON RIBBON.
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $225.00 USD

1914 Pewee Valley Confederate Veteran Reunion Badge
Item #: CWB2277

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measures 9" great looking Kentucky piece! split at center.
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $235.00 USD

Albert Sidney Johnston UDC Chapter Ribbon / Louisville, Ky.
Item #: CWB2275

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measures 5.25" red & white ribbon UDC badge worn by members of the Albert Sidney Johnston Chapter from Louisville, Kentucky. Scarce item..
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $165.00 USD

1935 "Battle of Atlanta Memory Day" Confederate UCV Badge
Item #: CWB2258

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Measures 2" x 2" The bottom of the reverse has "Globe Ticket Company Inc." which leads me to believe this was used as a bus or trolley transportation pass. A quote on the reverse by the famous Georgia Historian Lucian Lamar Knight. 1868 Historian Lucian Lamar Knight was born in Atlanta. He was a cousin of Henry Grady, who introduced him to the newspaper business when he was young. After graduation from the University of Georgia and a brief time in the field of law, Knight began his career with the Atlanta Constitution in 1892. For ten years, he wrote on a wide variety of topics -- humor, poetry, eulogies, but most importantly history. Knight resigned from the newspaper in 1902, studied theology at Princeton, traveled widely in Europe, before settling in California. Here, while employed by a law firm, he published Reminiscences of Famous Georgians in 1907. A second volume of Reminiscences followed in 1908, before Knight returned to Atlanta to serve as managing editor for a Library of Southern Literature series. In 1913 Knight accepted the post of compiler of state records. He soon noticed the need for better preservation, collection, and housing of historical documents related to Georgia. He campaigned for five years before the General Assembly finally created an official Department of Archives (later renamed the Department of Archives and History). Knight was the first head of this department and served until his retirement in 1925. He oversaw the first printing of the state's Statistical Register, as well as earlier publication of Georgia's Colonial Records, Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials, and Legends, and a six-volume work -- A Standard History of Georgia and Georgians. After his retirement Knight continued to travel and speak and write frequently on Georgia history. He died while visiting Clearwater, Florida on Nov, 19, 1933. His body was returned to Georgia, where he was buried in the historic Christ Church cemetery on St. Simon's Island.
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $95.00 USD

Confederate Rally Day Celluloid Pinback
Item #: CWB2252

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Measures 7/8" IN DIAMETER Nice celluloid with label stating the company was located in Dallas,Texas,Nashville,Tn.,& Richmond,Va.. No cracks or problems. It has the Last National Confederate Flag & the U.S. Flag.
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $125.00 USD

"Home For Confederate Women" Celluloid Pinback
Item #: CWB2250

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MEASURES APPROX. 3/4" Home For Confederate Women Celluloid Pinback With Battle Flag Pictured At Center! No Cracking! Pin Present..
Shipping Weight: 0.75 lb
 $65.00 USD

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