This beautiful badge was worn by members of the Battle of Shiloh Survivors Association on the 60th Anniversary of the battle of Shiloh in 1922! The badge is woven and has "Shiloh" and "America" woven at the top. Between "Shiloh" and "America" are two American flags crossed. Written under the crossed flags is "My Country 'Tis of thee; Sweet Land of Liberty, Of Thee I Sing; Land Where My Father Died; Land of the Pilgrims Pride; From Every Mountain Side: Let Freedom Ring. 60th Anniversary - Battle of Shiloh Survivors - April 6-7, 1922". If you like the Battle of Shiloh, don't miss this badge!
A nice national badge from the 1929 United Confederate Veterans reunion held in Charlotte, North Carolina. The hanger is in the shape of the state of North Carolina with a saber and a wreath. Written on the hanger is "Old North State - Charlotte - 1929". A nice red and white ribbon is attached. These ribbons are usually in tatters and not in good condition. This one is extremely sound. The drop has Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson on the top with a Confederate battle flag below. Written on the drop is "39th Annual reunion June 4-5-6-7, 1929 - UCV". THe badge was made by the Greenduck Co., Chicago.
A wonderful badge worn by an Assistant Adjutant General on the Staff of the Commander-In-Chief at the 1922 Richmond, Virginia United Confederate Veterans reunion. This great badge is made of five piece. The top hanger has General Jackson's monument and "Richmond, Virginia" on it. The second bar has "Staff Com-In-Chief" on it. The third bar has "Assistant Adjutant General" on it. The fourth drop has the White House of the COnfederacy and the Confedeerate Memorial Institue with an enameled Confederate battle flag. Also written on the drop is "United Confederate Veterans - 32nd Reunion - June, 1922". On the back of the drop is "Richmond 1922". The fifth piece to the badge is a red/white/red ribbon with fringe. The ribbon has some seperation at the top.