Dug Nice Soldier's Ring From 12th Corps Camp- Stafford C.h., Va.


Dug Nice Soldier's Ring From 12th Corps Camp- Stafford C.h., Va.

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Dug Nice Soldier's Ring From 12th Corps Camp- Stafford C.h., Va.:
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Here's a really nice soldier's wedding ring from my collection dug in one of General Slocum's 12th Corps campsites near Stafford Courthouse, Va. It's in great condition with a nice green and brown patina, and is perfectly rounded. Many of these personal possessions were left in camp before a major battle (Fredericksburg), and some soldier's never came back to retrieve them. A nice addition to your relic collection. Plmk if I can provide any further info or photos. I am happy to combine shipping on multiple purchases whenever possible. Thanks for looking.Regards, Mike 1stVaCav"It does matter where you come from, and I come from Old Virginny"

Dug Nice Soldier's Ring From 12th Corps Camp- Stafford C.h., Va.:
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