American Civil War Badges

We manufacture and supply the finest quality of American Civil War badges related items for descendants of Veterans of the Civil War, collectors and civil war enthusiasts around the world.

During 1860-1865 there were three different types of uniform used by American armed forces. Styles used were traditional similar to those used in the Napoleonic wars, a regimental dress used during the War of Independence and a specialist dress similar to those worn by Lancers and Hussars or an ethnic dress such as Kilts With shortages in 1861 the federal government issued a regulation pattern uniform for all state regiments.

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  1. CIVIL WAR Major general SHOULDER BADGE(PAIR)

    CIVIL WAR Major general SHOULDER BADGE(PAIR)

    CIVIL WAR Major general SHOULDER BADGE(PAIR)

    A shoulder mark, also called a shoulder board, shoulder loop, shoulder slide, rank slide, shoulder strep, epaulette sleeve, or an epaulette, is a flat cloth sleeve worn on the shoulder strap of a uniform. It may bear rank or other insignia. Sources disagree as to whether a shoulder board and an epaulette are the same thing.


    A shoulder sleeve insignia (often abbreviated SSI), is an embroidered patch used by major formations of the United States Army. Each formation has a unique formation patch, and the U.S. Army is unique among the U.S. Armed Forces in that all soldiers are required to wear the patch of their headquarters as part of their military uniforms.
    Shoulder sleeve insignia receive their name from the fact that they are most commonly worn on the upper left shoulders of all U.S. Army uniforms, though they can be placed on other locations, notably a combat helmet. Shoulder sleeve insignia worn on the upper right shoulders on Army uniforms denote former wartime service. These "combat patches" will not be worn on the new Army Service Uniform. Instead a 2 inch metal replica will be worn on the right breast pocket and is officially known as the Combat Service Identification Badge.

     

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    £16
  2. American Civil War ACW Artillery Officers Gold Braided Cannon Kepi Badge

    American Civil War ACW Artillery Officers Gold Braided Cannon Kepi Badge

    American Civil War ACW Artillery Officers Gold Braided Cannon Kepi Badge Width: 70mm Height: 50mm Direct from Manufacturer. If you are looking for specific badge - we have skills to make for you. Learn More
    £10.49
  3. American Civil War ACW Infantry Officers Gold Braided Horn Kepi Badge

    American Civil War ACW Infantry Officers Gold Braided Horn Kepi Badge

    High Quality American Civil War ACW Officer Hat Or Kepi Braided Badge Width: 70mm Height: 50mm Direct from Manufacturer. If you are looking for specific badge - we have skills to make for you. Learn More
    £9.99
  4. American Civil War ACW Officer Hat Or Kepi Braided Badge

    American Civil War ACW Officer Hat Or Kepi Braided Badge

    High Quality American Civil War ACW Officer Hat Or Kepi Braided Badge Width: 70mm Height: 50mm Direct from Manufacturer. If you are looking for specific badge - we have skills to make for you. Learn More
    £9.5
  5. Air Force Colonel Eagle Shoulder Badge

    Air Force Colonel Eagle Shoulder Badge

    Bullion Gold Wire Air Force Shoulder Blazer Badge

    A shoulder mark, also called a shoulder board, shoulder loop, shoulder slide, rank slide, shoulder strep, epaulette sleeve, or an epaulette, is a flat cloth sleeve worn on the shoulder strap of a uniform. It may bear rank or other insignia. Sources disagree as to whether a shoulder board and an epaulette are the same thing.


    A shoulder sleeve insignia (often abbreviated SSI), is an embroidered patch used by major formations of the United States Army. Each formation has a unique formation patch, and the U.S. Army is unique among the U.S. Armed Forces in that all soldiers are required to wear the patch of their headquarters as part of their military uniforms.
    Shoulder sleeve insignia receive their name from the fact that they are most commonly worn on the upper left shoulders of all U.S. Army uniforms, though they can be placed on other locations, notably a combat helmet. Shoulder sleeve insignia worn on the upper right shoulders on Army uniforms denote former wartime service. These "combat patches" will not be worn on the new Army Service Uniform. Instead a 2 inch metal replica will be worn on the right breast pocket and is officially known as the Combat Service Identification Badge.

     

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    £16
  6. AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE GENERALS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET

    AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE GENERALS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET

    AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE GENERALS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET (PAIR)

    Height: 45 mm
    Width: 80 mm

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    £9.99
  7. AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ACW UNION OFFICERS HAT INSIGNIA BADGE

    AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ACW UNION OFFICERS HAT INSIGNIA BADGE

    Well designed AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ACW UNION OFFICERS HAT INSIGNIA BADGE usig GOLD EMBROIDERY.

    Width: 85mm
    Height: 58mm

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    £6.95
  8. Civil War Medical Service Hat Badge

    Civil War Medical Service Hat Badge

    High Quality Civil War Medical Service hat badge.

    Width: 70mm
    Height: 50mm

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    £5.95
  9. AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CAPTAINS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET

    AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CAPTAINS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET

    AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CAPTAINS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET (Sold as Pair)

    Width: 63mm
    Height: 43mm

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    £8.5
  10. AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CAPTAINS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET

    AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CAPTAINS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET

    AMERICAN CIVIL WAR CONFEDERATE CAVALRY CAPTAINS COLLAR INSIGNIA SET (Sold as Pair)

    Width: 63mm
    Height: 43mm

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    £8.5