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Corps Badges

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badge 5th Corps Badge.
This badge was excavated in Petersburg, Virginia.
Mike O'Donnell has inspected this badge and say's
that it is real in all regards, but it has been repaired.
Item INS9232  $145.00



badge 2nd Corps Badge.
This badge was excavted in Petersburg, Virginia. Mike O'Donnell inspected this artifact and states that it is genuine in all regards.
Item INS9222  $695.00



badge Field made 6th Corps Badge.
This lead badge is hand carved, and was excavated
in Culpeper County, Virginia at a D.I.V. hunt.
Item INS9215  $350.00



badge Repaired 5th Corps Badge.
This badge was excavated in Petersburg, Virginia. It appears to be repaired on the front.
Item INS9213  $195.00





badge 3rd Corps Badge.
This badge was excavated in Petersburg, Virginia.
Item INS9210  $345.00




badge Field Carved 9th Corps Badge.
This lead badge was excavated in Petersburg, Virginia.
It appears to have some initials engraved on the back,
but it is very hard to see.
Item INS9209  $475.00



badge Repaired 6th Corps Badge.
This badge was excavated in Petersburg, Virginia.
It is broken, and the other section has been glued.
Item INS9196  $145.00




badge 5th Corp Badge.
This copper badge was excavated in Petersburg, Virginia.
There is no attachment hook present, and it may be repaired.
Item INS9164  $195.00




badge 5th Corps Badge.
This badge came to us from a collection in Petersburg, Virginia. This is a thin die struck silver badge with recessed areas for soft enamel, the color of the division red, blue or white. This artifact is commercial stock and mass produced. The company that made this badge also manufactured similar badges for other Corps. This artifact has been examined by historian Mike O'Donnell and proclaimed original.
Item INS9060  $595.00 HOLD

Union badge Union 3rd Corps Badge.
This badge is gold plated brass and has the remainder of
the t-bar attachment present on the back. This badge
would have been worn on a soldier's Kepi. Fine, decorative
filigre enhances the edge of the pin. Though some of the
gilt has worn away, it is a period artifact.
Item INS9027  $295.00