United Confederate Veteran
National Badges
1932 UCV Richmond, Virginia National Badge

Offered is a badge worn by a Confederate veteran at the 1932 United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in Richmond, Virginia in 1932.  The badge has three parts.  The hanger has the likeness of the Confederate Memorial Institute in the middle.  Written around the likeness is written "Confederate Memorial Institute - Richmond, Virginia".  A red and white ribbon is attached to the hanger.  The ribbon has a slight rub about 7 o'clock on the ribbon.  Attached to the ribbon is the oval shaped drop.  In the center of the drop is a full standing likeness of General Robert E. Lee.  General Lee is surrounded by leaves and "U.C.V. - 42nd Annual Reunion" written on the sides.
Below General Lee is a Confederate battle flag.  There is no paint missing on this battle flag.  The badge was made by the Greenduck Company, Chicago as noted on the back of the drop and the hanger.  

Price: $295.00 USD (Sale Pending)

Winnie Davis, the Daughter of the Confederacy, Rossette

Offered is a beautiful Winnie Davis rosette.  The center has a likeness of Winnie Davis.  This has beautiful color.  The center pin is surrounded by a red ring and a brass attachment.  A red and white ribbon around the brass completes the rosettes.  This rosette is approximately 3 inches wide.

Varina Anne “Winnie” Davis was born into a war-torn South in June of 1864, the youngest daughter of Confederate president Jefferson Davis and his second wife, Varina Howell Davis. Born only a month after the death of beloved Confederate hero general J.E.B. Stuart during a string of Confederate victories, Winnie’s birth was hailed as a blessing by war-weary Southerners. They felt her arrival was a good omen signifying future victory. But after the Confederacy’s ultimate defeat in the Civil War, Winnie would spend her early life as a genteel refugee and an expatriate abroad.    After returning to the South from German boarding school, Winnie was christened the “Daughter of the Confederacy” in 1886. This role was bestowed upon her by a Southern culture trying to sublimate its war losses. Particularly idolized by Confederate veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Winnie became an icon of the Lost Cause, eclipsing even her father Jefferson in popularity. 

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Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $250.00 USD

1902 UCV Dallas, Texas Stick Pin

A neat stick pin worn by Confederate veterans at the 1902 United Confederate Veteran National reunion held in Dallas, Texas.  The stick pin has an eagle on top.  The drop is attached to the eagle.  Written on the drop is "U.C.V. Reunion - 1902 - Dallas ".  The image in the middle is General Lee.  A third national flag is on the reverse of the drop.  The pin is approximately 2 1/8 inches tall and 1 inch wide.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $195.00 USD

1899 Charleston, South Carolina National Pin Back

A hard to find pin back worn by Confederate veterans at the 1899 United Confederate Veterans reunion held in Charleston, South Carolina to honor the Daughter of the Confederacy - Winnie Davis.  Winnie was Jefferson Davis's daughter and she had just died in September, 1898.  This was the first United Confederate National reunion held after her death.  

The pin back has the likeness of Winnie Davis in the center of the pin.  Written around Winnie Davis's likeness is "United Confederate Veteran Reunion, May 10 - 14, 1899 - Charleston, S.C. - In Memory of Miss Winnie Davis - The Daughter of the Confederacy".  The pin back is approximately 1 1/2 inches wide.  

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $250.00 USD

1913 Wizzard of the Saddle (General N.B. Forrest) Badge

Offered is a hard to find 1913 Wizzard of the Saddle celluloid badge worn by Confederate veterans at the United Confederate Veterans National reunion held in Chattanooga, Tennessee.  The badge has the likeness of General Nathan Bedford Forrest in the middle of the badge.  The badge is in great condition with good color, but please look at the photos and decide for yourself.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $1,200.00 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

1895 Chickamauga Monument Badge

A neat badge worn by veterans at the 1895 Monument Dedication held at the Chickamauga battlefield.  The hanger is a brass type material and has "Chattanooga" Written on it.  The drop is also a brass type material and has two veterans shaking hands with a United States flag flying behind them.  Written around the veterans is "Souvenir - Dedication of Monument Chickamauga Battlefield - 1895 - We Meet in Peace".  Any monument badge for Chickamauga is a hard badge to find.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $225.00 USD

1905 UCV Winnie Davis Louisville, KY Celluloid

One of the prettiest Winnie Davis celluloid's around!  This great celluloid has Winnie Davis surrounded by a Confederate battle flag and a third national Confederate flag.  Surrounding Winnie and the flags are roses and buttercup flowers.  On the back of the celluloid is "U.C.V. - Louisville - 1905.".  The celluloid is approximately 2 1/2 inches wide.  

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $450.00 USD

1948 United Confederate Veterans Reunion Badge

Only 16 Confederate Veterans attend the 1948 United Confederate Veterans reunion held in Montgomery, Alabama.  Here is one of the hard to find 1948 badges.  

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $1,295.00 USD

Fantastic Confederate Veteran CSA Lapel Pin

A wonderful CSA lapel pin which is highly unusual!  This great pin is silver looking and has "1861 - C.S.A.  - 1865" written on it.  The words are surrounded by a wreath.  A brass lapel stud is attached. 


Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $365.00 USD

1926 UCV National Staff Badge - Birmingham, Alabama

A beautiful United Confederate Veteran staff badge from the 1926 UCV national reunion held in Birmingham, Alabama.  The badge is crsp and cleand and is still attached to the original factory card!  The hanger has an older man with a cane looking at steel mills surrounded by a wreath.  A red and white ribbon hangs from the hanger.  Written on the ribbon in gold letters is "AIDE COMMANDER-In-Chief".  A drop is also attached to the hanger.  The drop has the Stone Mountain scene of Confederates and a battle flag.  Written around the drop is "1926 - 36th Reunion - Birmingham, ALA. - UCV".  The Whitehead & Hoag Company of Newark, New Jersey is the maker of this badge, and has their name stamped in the medal pieces and a large label on the back of the ribbon.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $695.00 USD

1906 UCV New Orleans Enameled Cuff Link

A great cufflink from the 1906 United Confederate Veterans reunion held in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The face of the cufflink is exactly like the 1906 UCV lapel badge.  In the center of the cufflink is the Confederate battle flag and the third national Confederate flag.  Underneath the flags is a bust of General Stephen D. Lee.  A crescent moon is over the flags.  Written around the flags is "61 - UCV - 65 - New Orleans - April 25, 1906".  A great cufflink from the 1906 reunion.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $235.00 USD

1911 UCV Little Rock, Arkansas Reunion Badge

A great badge worn at the 1911 United Confederate Veterans national reunion held in Little Rock, Arkansas.  This badge has a hanger with the word "Souvenir" on it.  The drop is attached by two rings.  On the drop is a large eagleand two Second National Confederate flags.  A wreath surrounds the letters "UCV".  Written around UCV is "Confederate Reunion - Little Rock, ARK. May 15 - 20, 1911".  One of the flags is missing some the the white paint.  The badgge was made by the Charles M. Robbins Co., Attleboro, Massachusetts as noted on the back of the drop. 

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $245.00 USD

1896 United Confederate Veterans Richmond, VA National Reunion Lapel Pin

A great lapel pin worn at the 1896 United Confederate Veterans national reunion held in Richmond, Virginia.  The badge fit in the lapel button hole on your suit.  The First National flag and the Confederate battle flag are crossed.  Written on the celluloid badge is "Confederate Reunion - 1896 - Richmond, VA.".  The badge was made by the Baldwin & Gleason Co. Limited - 58 Reade St. - N.Y. as noted on the badge stud on the back of the badge.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $145.00 USD

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