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    Set of Three Fine 10th Corps Badges. Here is a trio of authentic examples of the classic 10th Corps silhouette badge each with a thin piece of colored wool sandwiched between two layers of stamped brass; the red, white, and blue colors representing each of the divisions of the corps. Construction is similar to badges of some other corps, such as the 18th, and are believe to have been made at Philadelphia's Schuylkill Arsenal or a similar government facility. The front is made of thin brass with a decorative border, attached by short brass pins to a brass backing. Each is complete with its original t-bar clasp. Difficult to find a complete set of these original corps emblems.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2010
    26th Saturday
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