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    Fourteen G.A.R. Reunion Medals and Buttons Confederate Surgeon Samuel Caldwell collected Union memorabilia as well as mementos from his reunions with the United Confederate Veterans. These reunion medals range from reunions at different cities in Kansas to an 1895 encampment at Louisville, Kentucky. There is even one 'Womans Relief Corps' medal from 1883. There are four coat buttons in this collection as well. A South Carolina button, a later CSN button and two wonderful Confederate 'block eye' buttons that, with the aid of 12 carat gold cufflink attachments, round out the grouping.
    Condition: The ribbons show considerable wear and aging while the medals are in good condition. The buttons are in good condition.


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    Auction Dates
    December, 2007
    1st Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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