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STATE OF LOUISIANA CONFEDERATE REUNION RIBBON
Item #: CWB11522

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5" IN LENGTH AND IN NICE SHAPE
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
 $45.00 USD

STATE OF GEORGIA ~ CONFEDERATE REUNION RIBBON
Item #: CWB11521

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6 3/4" IN LENGTH ~ SEVERAL HOLES THROUGHOUT



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 $45.00 USD

RARE BENNING'S BRIGADE 2ND GEORGIA INFANTRY BADGE ~ GETTYSBURG
Item #: CWB11520

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NOT FREE OF DAMAGE, BUT IT WOULD HARD TO FIND ANOTHER

3.5" IN LENGTH

Battle of Gettysburg
The regiment was commanded by Lt. Colonel William T. Harris and brought 348 men to the field. It lost 25 men killed, 66 wounded and 11 missing in fighting around the Devil’s Den. Lieutenant Colonel Harris was killed on July 2 and Major William S. Shepherd took command. Captain Nelson L. Dickerson of Company F, Captain Benjamin L. Hancock of Company H, and Lieutenant G.W. Mays of Company G were killed. Lieutenant J.C. Sapp was wounded. Major William S. Shepherd was promoted to lieutenant colonel and Lieutenant William M. Pitman was elected captain of Company H. From the War Department marker for Benning’s Brigade on the Gettysburg battlefield: July 2. Arrived and formed line about 4 P. M. in rear of Law’s and Robertson’s Brigades and moving forward in support of these took prominent part in the severe conflict which resulted in the capture of Devil’s Den together with a number of prisoners and three guns of the 4th New York Battery. July 3. Held Devil’s Den and the adjacent crest of rocky ridge until late in the evening when under orders the Brigade retired to position near here. Through mistake of orders the 15th Georgia did not retire directly but moved northward encountered a superior Union force and suffered considerable loss. July 4. Occupied breastworks near here facing southward until midnight. July 5. About 5 A. M. began the march to Hagerstown Md.





Organized in Brunswick, Georgia. April 21Arrived at Tybee Island. May 7Paul Jones Semmes was appointed colonel. May 9The regiment was mustered into Confederate service by Major W.M. Gardner. Company A – Banks County Guards, Captain Daniel Gill Candler
Company B – Jackson Blues (Meriwether County), Captain William Terrell Harris
Company C – Semmes Guards (Muscogee County), Captain William S. Shepherd
Company D – Burke Sharpshooters, Captain William R. Holmes
Company E – The Joe Browns (Fannin County), Captain William A. Campbell
Company F – Cherokee Brown Riflemen, Captain Thomas E. Dickerson
Company G – Columbus Guards (Muscogee County), Captain Roswell Ellis
Company H – Wright Infantry (Whitfield County), Captain Jesse A. Glenn
Company I – Buena Vista Guards (Marion County), Captain Charles R. Wiggins
Company K – Stewart Greys, Captain Jared J. Ball

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
 $225.00 USD

CONFEDERATE CAMP WALKER NO.925 MEMBERS BADGE ~ ATLANTA GA
Item #: CWB11516

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SCARCE BADGE WORN BY MEMBERS OF WALKER CAMP NO.925, ATLANTA, GEORGIA.

6" IN HEIGHT ~ SOME STAINING PRESENT

Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
 $300.00 USD

1889 MILLEDGEVILLE INFANTRY BADGE ~ GEORGIA
Item #: CWB11514

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6" IN HEIGHT ~ MILLEDGEVILLE 1884 LIGHT INFANTRY 1889, MILLEDGEVILLE, GA.
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
 $600.00 USD

1900 WAYCROSS GEORGIA ~ SOUTH GA BRIGADE FIRST REUNION BADGE
Item #: CWB11513

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SCARCE SOUTH GEORGIA BRIGADE - FIRST - REUNION BADGE

6.5" IN HEIGHT ~ 


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 $300.00 USD

RARE ~ 27TH GEORGIA INFANTRY CO.G MEMBERS BADGE
Item #: CWB11512

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RARE RIBBON WORN BY SURVIVING MEMBERS OF THE 27TH GA. INFANTRY, CO.G

6" IN HEIGHT ~ SMALL SPLIT AT TOP AND AT FOLD AT CENTER
SOME BLEEDING SEEN AT CENTER FROM ANOTHER RIBBON




27th Infantry Regiment, formed at Camp Stevens, Georgia, during the summer of 1861, contained men from Pike, Bibb, Jackson, Taylor, Talbot, Appling, Quitman, and Clay counties. Ordered to Virginia the regiment totaled 428 men in April, 1862, and was assigned to General Featherston's and Colquitt's Brigade. It was prominent on many battlefields from Williamsburg to Chancellorsville, then moved to Charleston, South Carolina, and later to Florida. After the fight at Olustee the 27th returned to Virginia. Here it saw action at Drewry's Bluff and Cold Harbor and in the long Petersburg siege north of the James River. At Seven Pines it lost almost forty percent of the 392 engaged, had 9 killed and 76 wounded at Gaines' Mill, and 15 killed and 89 wounded during the Maryland Campaign. It sustained 31 casualties at Chancellorsville and 74 at Olustee. In 1865 the unit participated in the Battle of Bentonville and surrendered with the Army of Tennessee. Its commanders were Colonels Levi B. Smith and Charles T. Zachry; Lieutenant Colonels Septimus L. Brewer, Hezekiah Bussey, Jasper N. Dorsey, James Gardner, William H. Rentfro, and John W. Stubbs; and Majors Charles J. Dennis Henry B. Holliday.



Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
 $495.00 USD

SAVANNAH BUSCH ZOUAVES BADGE X 2 ~ GEORGIA
Item #: CWB11511

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PAIR OF RIBBONS WORN BY MEMBERS OF THE (SAVANNAH) BUSCH ZOUAVES

GOLD RIBBON FROM NOVEMBER OF 1888 WITH LIST OF OFFICERS AND PRIVATES
BLUE RIBBON IS 4" IN HEIGHT


Shipping Weight: 1 lb
 $195.00 USD

1896 BREMEN GA ~ BLUE - GRAY 2ND REUNION BADGE
Item #: CWB11510

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SCARCE 2ND REUNION BADGE OF UNION AND EX-CONFEDERATE VETERAN ASSOC.

5.5" IN HEIGHT


Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
 $550.00 USD

REDEDICATED 1991 STONEWALL JACKSON MONUMENT UNVEILING BADGE ~ LEXINGTON VA
Item #: CWB11508

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3" X 8 3/4" AND IN NICE SHAPE

MONUMENT UNVEILED JULY 21, 1891 ~ REDEDICATED JULY 21, 1991


Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
 $75.00 USD

IN MEMORIAM ~ GENERAL JOE WHEELER "FIGHTING JOE"
Item #: CWB11442

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Born: 09/10/1836 in Augusta, GA
Died: 01/15/1906 in Brooklyn, NY
USMA: 1859, class rank: 19/22

pinback measures 1 1/4" diameter

 

 

Shipping Weight: 0.45 lb
 $250.00 USD

1905 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY UCV ~ WINNIE DAVIS ~ LARGE CELLULOID
Item #: CWB11441

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2 1/2" diameter

It has the original red silk ribbon that was used to tie on to the coat button.

Shipping Weight: 0.45 lb
 $400.00 USD

STONE MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA ~ CONFEDERATE CARVING ~ CELLULOID PINBACK
Item #: CWB11440

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measures 1 1/4" diameter
Shipping Weight: 0.45 lb
 $195.00 USD

29TH MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY ID'ED GROUP ~ PROVINE ~ JAMES GORDON UCV CAMP 553, PITTSBORO
Item #: CWB11235

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NICE GROUPING ATTRIBUTED TO R.N. PROVINE, LATE MEMBER OF CO.F, 29TH MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY
AND LATER, COMMANDER OF JAMES GORDON UCV CAMP NO. 553, PITTSBORO, MS.


ROBERT NEELY PROVINE is a son of Samuel Findley and Elizabeth Bachelor (Creekmore) Provine. He was born 28 March 1840 in Coles Creek, Yalobusha, Mississippi. He married Nancy C. Goyen 1 December 1859 in Oktibbeha County, Mississippi. She was born March 25, 1840 in Starkville, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi. Robert died 11 December 1929. Nancy died 22 Nov 1922. Both died in Coles Creek and are buried in Shiloh Cemetery, Coles Creek, Calhoun County, Mississippi.

GROUP CONTAINS 3 PHOTOGRAPH'S ~ ONE BEING A FAMILY SHOT AND THE OTHER TWO PICTURE PROVINE SURROUNDED BY FELLOW CONFEDERATE VETERANS (JAMES GORDON CAMP NO.553) AND THEIR FAMILIES.

THE CONTENTS OF THE NOTEBOOK ARE PICTURED ABOVE.
*THE PHOTO OF PROVINE ON HORSEBACK MEASURES 3 1/2" X 5 3/4" AND COMES WITH AN ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN THE CONFEDERATE VETERAN FROM APRIL 1930.
*THE HAND-WRITTEN RECOLLECTIONS OF PROVINE WHILE A PRISONER OF WAR AT JOHNSONS ISLAND HAVE BEEN TRANSCRIBED ( 9 PAGES ~ SEE PICS). ~
*SEVERAL VARIOUS NEWSPAPER ARTICLES INCLUDED
* LETTER OF SERVICE WRITTEN BY SON
* LIST OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS NOW LIVING IN CALHOUN COUNTY WHICH ALSO INCLUDED TWO COLORED SERVANTS

Cole’s Creek was settled by Samuel F. Provine in 1838. R. N. Provine established the first store in 1868.
Robert Neely Provine
Residence Calhoun County MS; 22 years old. Enlisted on 4/11/1862 as a 1st Lieutenant. On 4/11/1862 he was commissioned into "F" Co. MS 29th Infantry (date and method of discharge not given) (Estimated date of commission) Promotions: * Capt Other Information: born 3/17/1840 in Cole's Creek, Calhoun County, died 12/11/1929 in Cole's Creek, Calhoun County, MS Buried: Shiloh Cemetery, Shiloh, TN (Married Nancy Goyen on 11/01/1860) After the War he lived in Cole's Creek, Calhoun County, MS


Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
 $950.00 USD

TINTYPE OF E.K. JARVIS ~ WROTE LEE AT JACKSON'S GRAVE ~ SOUVENIR AT UNVEILING OF LEE'S STATUE
Item #: CWB11216

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HISTORIC GROUPING THAT WAS PURCHASED IN A VIRGINIA ESTATE BACK IN THE 1990'S

E.K. JARVIS aka A. ASHBY, WROTE: "LEE AT JACKSON'S GRAVE" ~ CIRCULATED AT THE UNVEILING OF LEE'S MONUMENT, RICHMOND, VA., 1890. (SEE INK ON CIRCULAR)

2 3/4" X 3 1/4" TINTYPE


Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
 $900.00 USD

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