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Artifacts from the American Civil War
1904 NASHVILLE TN CELLULOID BADGE ~ JOHN B GORDON
Item #: CWB9929

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1 3/4" IN DIAMETER ~ IN GREAT CONDITION
Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $300.00 USD

1902 DALLAS TEXAS CELLULOID BADGE ~ R E LEE ~ J.I. CASE CO.
Item #: CWB9928

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1 3/4" DIAMETER ~ IN GREAT SHAPE!
Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $300.00 USD

1898 ATLANTA GEORGIA DELEGATE BADGE ~ DAVIS
Item #: CWB9927

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1 3/4" DIAMETER AND IN VERY NICE CONDITION
Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $350.00 USD

1906 JOPLIN MISSOURI CELLULOID BADGE
Item #: CWB9926

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1 1/4" DIAMETER

NO CRACKING

Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $225.00 USD

CONFEDERATE VETERAN CAMP OF NEW YORK LAPEL STUD
Item #: CWB9828

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SCARCE CONFEDERATE VETERAN CAMP OF NEW YORK MEMBERS LAPEL STUD

NICE ENAMEL ~ SCREWBACK TYPE

Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $550.00 USD

R E LEE CAMP NO. 887 BADGE ~ CHARLESTON WEST VA
Item #: CWB9825

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IN BEAUTIFUL CONDITION!

8" IN HEIGHT


Shipping Weight: 1 lb
 $900.00 USD

1899 CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA ~ DELEGATE RIBBON
Item #: CWB9822

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Small ribbon pins to the top at an angle. I have had this
ribbon along with the delegate ribbon in the past to know
that it is right.

6 1/4" height

Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $250.00 USD

1926 BIRMINGHAM ALABAMA ~ STAFF COMMANDER IN CHIEF ~ ASST. PAYMASTER GENERAL
Item #: CWB9818

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measures 6 3/8" height

Mint condition!

Shipping Weight: 0.55 lb
 $650.00 USD

ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON CELLULOID
Item #: CWB9764

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1 3/4" DIAMETER

ALBERT SIDNEY JOHNSTON ~ 

Johnston was survived by his wife Eliza and six children. His wife and five younger children, including one born after he went to war, chose to live out their days at home in Los Angeles with Eliza's brother, Dr. John Strother Griffin.[97] Johnston's eldest son, Albert Sidney Jr. (born in Texas), had already followed him into the Confederate States Army. In 1863, after taking home leave in Los Angeles, Albert Jr. was on his way out of San Pedro harbor on a ferry. While a steamer was taking on passengers from the ferry, a wave swamped the smaller boat, causing its boilers to explode. Albert Jr. was killed in the accident.[98]Killed in action, General Johnston received the highest praise ever given by the Confederate government: accounts were published, on December 20, 1862, and thereafter, in the Los Angeles Star of his family's hometown.[99] Johnston Street, Hancock Street, and Griffin Avenue, each innortheast Los Angeles, are named after the general and his family, who lived in the neighborhood.Johnston was initially buried in New Orleans. In 1866, a joint resolution of the Texas Legislature was passed to have his body moved and reinterred at the Texas State Cemetery in Austin. The re-interment occurred in 1867.[100] Forty years later, the state appointed Elisabet Ney to design a monument and sculpture of him to be erected at the grave site, installed in 1905.[101]The Texas Historical Commission has erected a historical marker near the entrance of what was once Johnston's plantation. An adjacent marker was erected by the San Jacinto Chapter of the Daughters of The Republic of Texas and the Lee, Roberts, and Davis Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederate States of America.In 1916, the University of Texas at Austin recognized several confederate veterans (including Johnston) with statues on its South Mall. On August 21, 2017, as part of the wave of confederate monument removals in America, Johnston's statue was taken down. Plans were announced to add it to the Briscoe Center for American History on the east side of the university campus.[102]


Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $125.00 USD

SAM DAVIS CELLULOID PINBACK
Item #: CWB9763

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1 1/4" ~ PIN PRESENT ~ DAMAGED AT TOP EDGE

SCARCE

Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $55.00 USD

CELLULOID BATTLEFLAG STICKPIN
Item #: CWB9752

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Excellent condition

2 1/2" height

13/16" diameter

Made the St. Louis Button Co.

Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $125.00 USD

CIVIL WAR & SPAN AM ~ HAND SEWN AUTOGRAPH PANEL ~ VA STONEWALL BRIGADE ~ OH ~ WEST VA ~ MI ~ TN ETC
Item #: CWB9704

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TERRIFIC CUT PANEL FULL OF AUTOGRAPHS THAT HAS BEEN NICELY SEWN OVER ~ A TRUE SOUVENIR
SOME OF THE NAMES ARE HARD TO MAKE OUT

MEASURES 19" X 20"

PANEL ALSO DECORATED WITH THREE SPAN AM CORPS BADGES, CONFEDERATE FLAGS, COAT OF ARMS OF THE 3RD TENNESSEE, CROSSED US AND CUBAN FLAG AND A RED, WHITE AND BLUE LEAF AT CENTER

INCLUDES:
6TH OVI, CAMP POLAND OCT 1898
J.P. SPEER 31ST MICHIGAN
T. BRENT MOORE CO.C 1ST KY - P. RICO
CORP. J.T. CONGILL CO.D 1ST WEST VA VOLS.
W.M. HOUGHTON, CAMP SHIPP ALABAMA, 3RD TENN INFANTRY
WM. ORR STEWART, CO.L 31ST MICHIGAN, PLYMOUTH, MICHIGAN
CHARLES I. MERRITTA, CO.F 31ST MICHIGAN, EATON RAPIDS
GEORGE R. VENABLE US NAVY - NAVY YARD PENSACOLA FLA.
HDQTRS CAMP SHIPP
PVT. HINDE K. HAVELY - CLERK - CO.C, 3RD TENN INFANTRY -4TH ARMY CORPS
TOM A. DAVIS, CAPT. 6TH US VOLS INF, COMMANDING CO.M PUERTO RICO
MARKWOOD S. SWARTZ , CO.D 14TH WEST VA VOLS, CAMP POLAND OCT 28 1898
FRANK L. FARNSKELL, 1ST SERGT. CO.F 12TH OVI -


CONFEDERATES INCLUDE:

GEO. ? 7TH CONFEDERATE CAVALRY

1861-1865 JOE JOHNSTON, CO.C 3RD TENNESSEE CSA

SGT. JAMES HAVELRY 19TH TENNESSEE INFANTRY CSA

W.P. FRANCIS CO.D 4TH VIRGINIA INFANTRY, STONEWALL BRIGADE

William Preston FrancisResidence was not listed; Enlisted on 4/18/1861 as a Private. On 4/18/1861 he mustered into "D" Co. VA 4th Infantry (date and method of discharge not given) He was listed as: * POW 8/30/1862 2nd Manassas, VA (Estimated day) * Exchanged 9/21/1862 (place not stated) * Wounded 5/3/1863 Chancellorsville, VA * Detailed 2/5/1864 Smyth County, VA (For conscript duty) Other Information: born 10/17/1842 died 3/10/1919 Buried: Marion, VA

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
 $695.00 USD

1895 NEW ORLEANS ~ ARMY OF TENNESSEE ~ LOUISIANA DIVISION
Item #: CWB9688

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silk ribbon is 7 1/2"

Cloth battle flag is applied in the center

Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $300.00 USD

1886 SAVANNAH GA CHATHAM ARTILLERY CENTENNIAL ANNIV. MEDAL
Item #: CWB9599

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1 1/2" ~ WHITE METAL ~ HOLED FOR SUSPENSION

DARK AREAS PRESENT ALONG THE EDGES


Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $175.00 USD

1886 SAVANNAH GA CHATHAM ARTILLERY CENTENNIAL MEDAL
Item #: CWB9598

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1 1/4" DIAMETER ~ WHITE METAL ~ LOOKS BETTER IN HAND
Shipping Weight: 0.35 lb
 $300.00 USD

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