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    United Confederate Veterans [U.C.V.] Reunion Badges.
    Ten [10] celluloid, enamel & brass badges issued in conjunction with various U.C.V. reunions. The locales include: Birmingham 1908, Amarillo 1935 (frayed ribbon), Charlotte 1929, Montgomery 1931, Thomaston 1930, Richmond 1932, Little Rock 1928, Macon 1912, Dallas 1902 and Louisville 1905. The 1908 badge was issued to General T. W. Carwile, South Carolina Post Commander. The entire collection was put together and owned by Frank S. Loftin, a Confederate veteran and Georgia legislator. We include his signed courtesy pass and holder issued during the 1923 session of the Georgia legislature, giving him free admission to various sporting and theatrical events.
    From the Collection of Don Limpert

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    June, 2020
    7th Sunday
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