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1866 Grand Army Of The Republic Token

 
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Can't see the first pic clearly - too dark. Can you try again?
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Thanks, but is there is anything going on in the black area below the eagle?
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I've not seen this one before. The reverse eagle design is similar to that on some CWT's. I presume it's a white metal piece; this, as opposed to silver? What's the diameter, say half dollar size?

This has the look of a pocket piece and was perhaps carried by a vet. My guess is that these were sold at reunions. Cool item!
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the dark are is the shadow of my phone. I'm working on getting a better camera/microscope for pictures. little smaller than than a dollar coin. not sure of the metal, will have to research how to tell without messing it up.
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