US Medals

1898 Rough Riders Medal. This 1st US Volunteer Cavalry badge is one of the rarest and most desirable medals of the Spanish American War. The design is pictured on the cover of Roosevelt’s book “The Rough Riders”. I’ve only seen a couple of examples come up for sale in the past 20 years. The last one was in an Al Gleim auction in 1997.
Price $2950 (Sold)

Extremely rare sold gold medal and badge pair named to Civil War Medal of Honor recipient Edmund Rice.
Major Rice was awarded the Medal of Honor for heroism at Gettysburg on July 3, 1863.
Click here for his Wikipedia entry.

Named Spanish American War shield for 6th Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
$595 (Sold)

Named Spanish American War medal for the 2nd Kentucky Infantry Regiment.
$525 (Sold)

The following four Spanish American War regimental shields are priced at $350 each. (All sold)

A beautiful Civil War 18th Corps badge intricately engraved to Lt. Col. Orson Moulton of the 25th Mass Infantry.
$1850 (Sold)

The reverse lists all of his battles up to Cold Harbor where he was wounded and taken prisoner.

Army Civil War Campaign Medal, in matching numbered box of issue.
Box slightly damaged, medal in excellent condition, with ribbon bars and lapel device.
$425 (sold)

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