Cotton Belt Route, Railroad, UCV Lapel Pin
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Offered is a neat lapel pin worn by Confederate veterans when they rode the Cotton Belt Route of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway.††† From 1891 to 1992, the St. Louis Southwestern Railway operated between St. Louis, Missouri, and various points in the states of†Arkansas and Texas. It was nicknamed "The Cotton Belt Route," or simply Cotton Belt, because its rails ran primarily through regions where cotton was the predominate crop.† The pin has a Confederate battle flag in the middle.† Written around the Confederate battle flag is "COTTON BELT ROUTE - U.C.V.".† The lapel pin is approximately 7/8 inches wide.† There is a push in the middle of the pin.


Item #: 15324
Price: $150.00 USD


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