Butler Guards 1855 CO G. 118 INF. Greenville, S.C. Pin
LIMITED ITEM. SURPLUS - PREVIOUSLY OWNED. Once they are gone, we may not get any more. Sold As Is - NON-REFUNDABLE.
The Butler Guards were organized on Feb. 24, 1855, by two Citadel graduates, H. Lee Thruston and A.D. Hoke, who named the company for former South Carolina Gov. Pierce Butler.
In 1861, the guards joined the Second South Carolina Volunteers to fight with the Army of Northern Virginia and engaged in their first battle at Manassas on July 21, 1861. During the next four years, they fought at Malvern Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Gettysburg, among others. When they finally surrendered near Durham in April 1865, three-quarters of those who had joined were either dead or severely wounded.
Features of the Pin:
- Condition: Fantastic shape
- Approximate size: 1 1/4"
LIMITED ITEM: Limited Availability. ONCE THEY ARE GONE WE WILL NOT GET ANY MORE. Usually available for pickup in our store in Las Vegas, or would ship ASAP. The purchaser is responsible for conforming to all applicable Country, State and Local laws. All items with a combined total of $100.00 or any collectable items (one of a kind) will be shipped with SIGNATURE REQUIRED.