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  • United States. A Lot of Six Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Items
  • United States. A Lot of Six Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Items

Item: M0466-1

United States. A Lot of Six Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Items

Price:

$200

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United States. A Lot of Six Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Items

Includes: 
1. Type V Post Officer's Membership Badge (in bronze gilt, measuring 45.3 mm (w) x 42.8 mm (h), original ribbon designed with the American flag flanked by light blue bars on either side, the ribbon suspended from a hanger with pinback, the hanger in bronze gilt with blue enamels and bearing two bronze clusters, maker marked "J.K. DAVIDSON PHILA." on the reverse, green oxidation evident on both sides); 
2. Department of New York Past Commander-in-Chief A.D. Shaw Medal (in red bronze, obverse illustrating the right-facing bust of Albert D. Shaw and surrounded by the inscription "PAST COMD.-IN. CHIEF / A.D. SHAW", reverse illustrating the coat-of-arms of New York State, measuring 37.8 mm in diameter, suspended from a slotted hanger inscribed "DEPT. OF. NEW YORK / G.A.R.", bruised, edge nicks); 
3. Department Commander Albert D. Shaw 32nd Annual Encampment at Utica, New York Delegates Medal (in red bronze, obverse illustrating the right-facing bust of Albert D. Shaw and surrounded by the inscription "DEPARTMENT COMMANDER / ALBERT D. SHAW", reverse illustrating the Grand Army of the Republic insignia in the center, surrounded by the inscription "WITH COMPLIMENTS OF THE CITIZENS OF UTICA, N.Y.", measuring 35 mm in diameter, suspended from a slotted hanger inscribed "DELEGATE 1898", original ribbon suspended from a hanger inscribed "G.A.R / 32nd ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT / UTICA, N.Y." with pinback); 
4. Department of New York "Excelsior" Medal (in red bronze, obverse illustrating a standing Peter Stuyvesant, the last Dutch Director-General of the colony of New Netherland from 1647 until it was ceded provisionally to the English in 1664 (after which it was split into New York and New Jersey with lesser territory becoming parts of other states) and maker marked "J.K.D. PHILA." (J.K. Davidson of Philadelphia), measuring 30 mm (w) x 41.5 mm (h), partially severed original ribbon suspended from a hanger inscribed "G.A.R / DEPT. OF NEW YORK / EXCELSIOR" with pinback, edge nicks); 
5. Hanger (in bronze gilt with a navy blue painted center and bearing two silver clusters, loop, pinback and suspension bar affixed to the reverse, measuring 40.2 mm (w) x 16.2 mm (h)); 
6. Cap Badge (letters "G A R" in rolled silvered bullion wire, framed within a wreath in gold-colored bullion wire, in various textures, on a black velvet base, black cloth backer, measuring 65 mm (w) x 47 mm (h)). 
Ranging from near very fine to near extremely fine.
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