Civil War era pin, for the "National Union League." The National Union League was organized in 1862 at Philadelphia, and was a strong supporter of President Abraham Lincoln and his policies, and the preservation of the United States through support of of the War. T is a section on the Union League medals and pins, in the Sullivan/Dewitt book. This pin is in the shape of a shield, has a federal eagle at the top, holding American flags in its talons, below it reads "National Union League." The back has a vertical pin, which is intact. It is struck in Bronze, 24 mm by 18 mm in size, and its in very fine conditon. An important Lincoln Civil War pin. Buyer to pay $5.60 priority mail fee, plus actual insurance cost. California residents must pay 8.25% sales tax. Seven day return privilege if not as described. We accept PayPal.
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