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Federal PeriodBrass reproductions of  The Union Army. All federal units have a brass inscribed reproduction. Call us for items not shown, we have them all
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The Limited figures inclde the confdeate flag held by the States Rights "Queen" and the CS Paun

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The Great Seal of the CSA
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The great seal was engraved in 1864 , by the late Joseph S. Wyon , of London, England, predecessor to Messrs J.S. and A.B. Wyon, chief engravers to Her British Majesty's seals ,etc. and reached Richmond not long before the evacuation of the city ,April 3, 1865. It is of silver and engraved with the mane of the creator on the side. The size is nearly four inches in diameter, rather large for a Seal, but when you consider the Constitution of the Confederate states of America was of 18 feet in length and placed on a scroll.( Yes we can send you a replica of this for $ 65.00)

The seal was seldom used and fell immediately into Yankee hands.

The design shows the equestrian state of Washington, which stands at the Virginia Capitol in Richmond , Va, surrounded by a wreath, composed of the principal agricultural products of the Confederacy and having in the margin the words: Confederate States of America, 22 February, 1862, with the motto Deo Vindice (God will vindicate). The date is the Inauguration of President Davis under the shadow of the statue of Washington and symbolic of the permanent Government being set in motion.
For a detailed discussion of the legislator on the seal see the Southern Historical Society Papers. Vol XVI, Richmond, VA., January-December 1888

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