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Sweet! ID Disc of Adam Cheesebrough-Enlisted August 28,1862 in Co. H 146th N.Y. ("Garrard's Tiger's)-Fought In Many Battles With The AOP Until Severly Wounded On March 31, 1865 At The Battle of White Oak Road-On May 1, 1865 He Succombed To His Wounds-Recovered In Culpeper, VA By Ron Doggett and Pictured On pg. 61 NST Vol. 42 No. 4/2021



Very Cool Relic!-ID Disc of Edward Foster-Enlisted Sep. 2nd 1863 Brooklyn, NY-Mustered into Co.B 83rd NY-June 7th Transferred to Co. A 97th NY-Edward Survived many Battles and Was Mustered Out On June 12, 1865-Recovered By Ron Doggett in Culpeper, VA and Pictured On pg. 62 North South Trader Vol. 42 #4/2021



Very Cool! ID Shield of Job H. Carpenter-Enlisted August 1862 with Battery D 4th New York Heavy Artillery and Mustered Out June 1865-More Info goes to the Buyer-Recovered By Ron Doggett in Culpeper, VA and Pictured On pg. 63 NST Vol. 42 #4/2021 



Neat Militia False Embroidered Infantry Insignia-Note The Unique Kept Buckle-Recovered C.S. Lines Battle of North Anna, VA By John Theus



Militia Artillery Insignia 2in-Recovered Gettysburg, PA By Ron Stonelake



M1858 Cavalry Insigina-Recovered 3rd Winchester, VA By Ron Stonelake



Rare 23rd Corps badge-35mm x 33mm-Recovered Isom's Ferry, Ga Atlanta Campaign-In 1975 By Ed Howell



Rare Officer 1851 Pattern Ordinnace Insignia-These Are Like Hens Teeth Now Adays-Bend In Upper Right "Flame"-2 1/4in Tall-Recovered Fredericksburg



Very Cool Forage/Kepi Remains All Dug Out Of The Same Hole-Note One Side Button Is A Eagle I and One Is A Normal Eagle Kepi Button-Recovered Chancellorsville-(I Also Dug Complete Remains Myself On The Same Property)



M1858 Artillery Insignia-3 1/2in-Some Bends As seen In The Pictures-Recovered Fredericksburg