United Confederate Veteran
National Badges
Richmond, Virginia 1896 UCV Reunion and Jefferson Davis Monument Ribbon

A wonderful dual ribbon from the United Confederate Veterans 1896 National Reunion held in Richmond, Virginia and the Laying of the Cornerstone of the Jefferson Davis Monument.  This is a large ribbon approximately 8 3/4 inches tall by 2 11/16 inches wide.  The ribbon is red and has two separate parts.  On the top of the ribbon is the likeness of Stonewall Jackson, General PGT Beauragard, and General Robert E. Lee.  Written under these likenesses is written "Sixth Annual Reunion United Confederate Veterans - Richmond, VA., June 30th - July 2d.".  Under this writing is the bust likeness of President Jefferson Davis.  Written under President Davis's likeness is "Laying of the Corner Stone - Jefferson Davis MONUMENT.  July 2, 1896.".  The ribbon has some fraying over the likeness of the general at the top of the ribbon.  This is one of the first dual ribbons I have encountered.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $450.00 USD

1910 Mobile, Alabama National Celluloid Badge

Offered is a super badge worn by Confederate veterans at the 1910 United Confederate Veterans reunion held in Mobile, Alabama.  The hanger has the word "SOUVENIR" written on it.  A pair of cannon tubes cannon balls, and a pair of sabers are also on the hanger.  The celluloid drop has the likenesses of General Robert E. Lee and Admiral Rafael Simms in circles.  A Confederate battle flag and a First National flag are on the drop.  Written on the drop is "Mobile Reunion - U.C.V. - April 26, 27, 28, 1910.  Also on the drop are a torch, a pair of sabers, cannon balls, and an anchor.  The badge is in great condition.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $650.00 USD

1906 New Orleans Delegate UCV National Reunion Badge

Offered is a badge worn by Confederate veterans at the 1906 United Confederate Veterans National Reunion held in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The badge has three pieces.  The first is the hanger.  Written on the hanger is "UCV (entwined) - 61 -65 REUNION".  The second piece is a bar with "DELEGATE" written on it.  The third piece is a drop with the likeness of General Stephen D. Lee, a Confederate battle flag and a third national flag, and a crescent moon.  Written around all the likeness is "61 - U.C.V. - 65 - New Orleans, April 25, 1906".  The badge is in great shape.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $325.00 USD

R.E.Lee Camp Richmond, Virginia at 1897 Nashville, TN National Reunion Pin back

Offered is pin back worn by Confederate veterans of the R.E. Lee Camp No. 181 of Richmond, Virginia attending the United Confederate Veterans National Reunion held at Nashville, Tennessee in 1897.  The pin has a Confederate battle flag in its  center.  Written around the Confederate flag is "R.E. Lee Camp, No. 181, Richmond, VA. - Annual Reunion - Nashville, Tenn., June 22 - 24, '97".  The pin is approximately 1 1/4 inches wide.  The pin was made by the Whitehead & Hoag Company of Newark, New Jersey as noted on the makers label in the back of the pin.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $265.00 USD

1895 UCV National Reunion Houston, Texas Badge

Offered is a nice badge worn by Confederate veterans at the 1895 United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in Houston, Texas.  The badge is "Souvenir" written on the hanger.  The drop has a cannon barrel in the middle with a saddle, musket and saber around the barrel.  Written on the drop is "Annual Confederate Reunion - Houston, Texas 1895".  Any badge from this reunion is a hard find.  Don't miss this one!

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $245.00 USD

1896 Richmond, Virginia UCV National Reunion Pin

Offered is a nice pin from the 1896 United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in Richmond, Virginia.  The pin has a Confederate battle flag in the middle and has "CONFEDERATE REUNION - RICHMOND,  Va. 1896" written around the battle flag.  the width of the button is 7/8 inches wide and the pin is 1 3/4 inches long.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $135.00 USD

1939 UCV National Trinidad, Colorado Boy Scout Badge

Offered is a super hard to find badge worn by Boy Scouts who helped the Confederate veterans at the 1938 United Confederate Veterans National Reunion held in Trinidad, Colorado.  The badge has two parts.  The first part is a red and white ribbon.  Written on the ribbon is "BOY SCOUT - Special Recognition Award - Trinidad, Colo. - Aug. 1939".  The drop is attached to the ribbon and is the shape of a shield.  The likeness of General Robert E. Lee and General Stonewall Jackson are in circles at the top of the drop.  Under the generals is the likeness of Fort Wootton.  The Confederate battle flag is on the bottom of the drop.  Written around the edges is "Trinidad, Colorado 49th Annual Reunion - Aug. 22nd to 25th, 1939".  The badge is made by the Greenduck Company of Chicago.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $895.00 USD

1935 Amarillo, Texas UCV National Reunion Badge

Offered is a wonderful badge worn by Confederate veterans at the 1935 United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in Amarillo, Texas.  The badge has three parts.  The hanger has "Amarillo 1935" written on it.  A Civil War cannon is under the writing and a Confederate battle flag is draped over a staff underneath the cannon.  A red and white ribbon is attached to the hanger and the drop.  The drop has "UCV" written on the top with a musket and saber intertwined with the "UCV".  There is a column on each side.  Between the columns is Stonewall Jackson on his horse with "Stonewall Jackson" written above . Under Stonewall is a Confederate battle flag and "45th Annual Reunion" written under the flag.The badge is made by the Greenduck Company, Chicago as noted on the back of the drop and the hanger.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $650.00 USD

1903 New Oreleans, LA UCV National Badge

Offered is a badge worn by Confederate veterans at the 1903 United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The badge has three pieces.  The hanger is a silver metal color, and has "VETERAN" written on it.  A blue ribbon hangs from the hanger and connects to the drop.  Written on the blue ribbon is "NEW ORLEANS - 1903".  The silver type aluminum drop has the likeness of General John Gordon in the center.  Gordon is surrounded by the Confederate battle flag and the Louisiana state flag.  Written above the flags is "61 - 65 UCV".  Written below General Gordon is "New Orleans - May 19, 1903".  On the back of the drop is a pelican with her chicks.  Written above the pelican is "Justice, Union, and Confidence".  The badge is approximately 3 1/2 inches tall and 1 1/2 inches wide.  The badge is in nice condition.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $235.00 USD

1886 Confederate Veterans Ribbon from Atlanta, Georgia

Offered is a very neat ribbon worn by Confederate veterans at a reunion in 1886.  This was before the United Confederate Veterans were established.  The ribbon has a first national Confederate flag in the middle.  Written in blue ink is "CONFEDERATE VETERAN - MAY 1, 1886".  Down at the very bottom of the ribbon is the makers mark.  While I can't make out the name of the business, I can read "Printer & Book Binder, Atlanta, GA".

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $235.00 USD

1937 UCV National Staff Badge Arkansas at Jackson, Mississippi

Offered is a great badge worn by the Adjutant and Chief of Staff of the Arkansas Division at the 1937 United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in Jackson, Mississippi.The hanger has a celluloid insert with "ADJUTANT AND CHIEF OF STAFF" written on it.   It is attached to another metal piece with a celluloid piece with "ARKANSAS DIVISION" written on it.  A red and white ribbon is attached to this piece.  The drop is attached to the ribbon.  The drop has the likeness of General Robert E. Lee in a cameo circle.  The Confederate battle flag and the Third National Confederate flag are crossed at the top of the drop.  "1937" is in between the flags.  The Mississippi capitol is next to General Lee.  "U.C.V." is under the capitol and General Lee.  The badge is made by the Greenduck Company of Chicago as stamped on the back of the drop.  The ribbon is in very good shape which is not normally the case on this badge.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $825.00 USD

1922 Louisiana Division St. Paul Camp No. 16 at Richmond, VA Ribbon

Offered is a wonderful ribbon worn by Confederate veterans of the Henry St. Paul Camp No. 16 of New Orleans, Louisiana at the 1922 United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in Richmond, Virginia.  On the top of the ribbon are all four Confederate flags.  Written in red ink on the ribbon is "VETERAN - Louisiana Division U.C.V. - HY. ST. Paul Camp No. 16 - L.D. Blanchard - Commander - June 20 - 22, 1922 - Richmond, Va. Reunion".  The ribbon is approximately 7 1/2 inches tall and 1 7/8 inches wide.  The ribbon is clean and nice with no rips or tears.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $210.00 USD

1915 Louisiana Division ar Richmond, VA Ribbon

Offered is a nice ribbon worn by Confederate veterans from Louisiana at the 1915 United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in Richmond, Virginia.  The ribbon has all four flags of the Confederacy on it.  Written in red ink on the ribbon is "Staff - Louisiana Division U.C.V. Reunion - Richmond, VA. - June 1-2-3, 1915".  The ribbon is approximately 6 7/8 inches tall and 2 1/4 inches wide.  There is a small separation of about 3/4 inches on the upper right side.  The ribbon is very clean and nice.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $185.00 USD

1906 Virginia Delegate at New Orleans UCV National Reunion Badge

Offered is a great badge worn by a Virginia Confederate veteran serving as a Delegate to the 1906 United Confederate Veterans Reunion held in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The hanger is a celluloid pin back with the state of Virginia’s seal on it.  Attached are two ribbons.  The first ribbon is a white one with “New Orleans – 1906” written in black ink on it.  The second ribbon is a red ribbon with “DELEGATE” written on it.  Some of the ink on the word “DELEGATE” has come off.  The badge was made by the Bastian Bros. Company of Rochester, New York as noted on the manufacturer’s label in the back of the pin back.  The hanger is approximately 1 ½ inches wide.  The total badge is approximately 5 ¾ inches long and 1 ½ inches wide. 

 


Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $425.00 USD

1910 Mobile, Alabama UCV Delegate Celluloid Badge

Offered is a super, hard to find 1910 United Confederate Veterans National Delegate celluloid badge worn at the Mobile, Alabama national reunion.  This badge is in the shape of a shield.  On the top is a blue field with 7 stars.  The bottom of the badge is in red, white, and red.   Written on the first red stripe is "Mobile Reunion".  The wite stripe has "DELEGATE" written on it.  The second red stripe has "1910 APL (April) 26 - 28" written on it.  This badge has the original chain and stick pin.  I only know of two of these badgges to come on the market in the last 15 years.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $550.00 USD

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