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'MASSACHUSETTS MILLS IN GEORGIA.

06. MASS. MILLS IN GA. / NOT TRANSFERABLE In field, ONE / BOX Rx. WEAVE / - / ROOM 24 mm. Brass.

† 1326

MASSACHUSETTS NATIONAL GUARD.

A bronze cross with monogramM. N. G. 1st bar = FAITHFUL SERVICE 2nd bar 9 U. s. v. 1898

1327

MASSACHUSETTS POULTRY ASSOCIATION.

06. MASSACHUSETTS POULTRY ASSOCIATION / . ORGANIZED 1871.
In circle, two fowls. Above, EXCELLENTIA ET JUSTITIA Below,
BOSTON
Rx. Plain. 41 mm. Silver. Bronze.

tt 1328

MASSACHUSETTS RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

Ob. MASSACHUSETTS RIFLE ASSOCIATION Female seated on rock
holding wreath.
Rx. Wreath of oak and laurel. 43 mm. Gold. Silver. Bronze.
By Mitchell.

† 1329

Ob. MASS. RIFLE ASSOC./ MEMBER monogram.
Rx. Plain. 20 mm. Octagonal. Copper.

1330 Ob. Crossed guns over belt on which below, M. V. M. In field, in wreath hanging from guns MRA A diamond shaped badge. Gold. Silver. Bronze.

1331

Ob. A circular disc with in centre in wreath a raised white target. Gold. Convex. Bar M. R. A. in raised letters.

1332 Ob. On laurels crossed guns on which a target. Silver. Bar =

1333

MRA

06. Arms, a target on shield, supported by civilian and soldier both standing on scroll inscribed, OCULIS ANIMOQUE SAGACI RX. MASSACHUSETTS RIFLE ASSOCIATION Below, in ornamental design 1875 33 mm. Copper. White metal.

† 1334 Same with bar = MILITARY / CHAMPION / MASSACHUSETTS. 1335 Ob. MASSACHUSETTS RIFLE ASSOCIATION / inc. / 1875 Shield, on a bend an eagle's head. Rx. Plain. 45 mm. Octagonal. Bronze.

† 1336 On laurel wreath two crossed pistols. Brass. By Hayes Brothers. Bar = PISTOL EXPERT A badge.

1337

On laurel wreath crossed guns. Brass. By Hayes Brothers. Bar = EXPERT RIFLEMAN A badge.

1338

MASSACHUSETTS SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING AGRICULTURE.

06. On labels above and below MASSACHUSETTS SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING / AGRICULTURE A farmer ploughing with sheep grazing in rear. Above, Incorpod 1784. Below, THE SOURCE OF WEALTH / RX. PRESENTED / by the / MASSA. SOCIETY / -- for

SOCIETY / - for- / PROMOTING AGRICULTURE / to the / honle David humphreys (name in script) Esq" / late MINISTER to the COURT of / MADRID, / as a TESTIMONY of RESPECT for his / PATRIOTIC EXERTIONS / in IMPORTING into NEW ENGLAND / 100 of the MARINO BREED of / SHEEP from SPAIN to IMPROVE / the BREED of that USEFUL / ANIMAL in his OWN / COUNTRY. / 1802 50 x 58 mm. Gold. A photograph of this medal, of which no copy is known to exist, is in the Society's collection. The dies are believed to have been destroyed in the Boston fire of 1872.

1339

MASSACHUSETTS STATE FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION.

06. Between laurels Mercury to left. To left a ribbon on which MASS. STATE / FIREMEN'S ASS Rx. Plain. 45 x 30 mm. An irregular bronze badge. By Dieges & Clust.

† 1340 06. MASSACHUSETTS STATE FIREMENS / ASS'N State House. Rx. Plain. Above medal, laurels and a medallion inscribed, MASSACHUSETTENSIS SIGILLUM REIPUBLICE Arms of Massachusetts. 27 mm. Gilt. By Robbins. Bar = BOSTON 1912 in firemen's implements.

† 1341

MASSACHUSETTS SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 1909.

Ob.

Rx.

1342

MASSACHUSETTS UNATTACHED CAVALRY.

06. A maltese cross on which MASS / UNATTACHED / CAVALRY Rx. Plain. 33 mm. A cross. Brass.

1343

MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER MILITIA.

Ambulance Corps.
Ob. An enameled red cross resting on silver crescent on which
EMERGENCY CORPS Bar = M. V. M. / Ambulance Corps 1344
Co. A. 5th Regiment.
Ob. Monogram MVM raised. Around, engraved, 1898 / DRILL IN

MANUAL OF ARMS

Rx. Engraved, OPEN TO / M. V. M. / PRES. BY / NON-COMS. / co. A. 5th 24 x 30 mm. Irregular planchet. Silver. Bar = SECOND

PRIZE

† 1345

Co. L. See 1236, 1237.

Expert. On a shield of white metal over ribbon on which motto a raised blue enamel shield of Massachusetts with crest, star, Indian and rim of gold. By Hayes Bros. Co. Bar = EXPERT / 1908 Above, a white enamel target.

1346 First call, 1861. Ob. Arms of Massachusetts. Shield not tinctured. Rx. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS / APRIL 15. 1861 In field, TO THE / MEMBERS OF THE / MASSACHUSETTS / VOLUNTEER MILITIA / WHO WERE MUSTERED / INTO THE UNITED STATES | SERVICE IN RESPONSE TO / PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S / FIRST CALL FOR / TROOPS 37 mm. Bronze.

† 1347

Marksman.
Ob. A star with rounded points. On central raised medallion,
MARKSMAN / 7 bullets In field M VM
Rr. Plain. Bronze. Bar = date.

1348

Oblong shield with MyM / MARKSMAN / on band the date. Silver. Bronze. Bar FIRST CLASS (1884]

1349 A shield, issued by Gen. William H. Brigham. On square field a central medallion. In double circle, FIRST CLASS / MARKSMAN In field, monogram Mym Bar = date. [1900?)

1350 Ob. On red enamel field, an Indian to left, with star to left. Rx. M. V. m. / 1st CLASS / MARKSMAN / date Issued by Gen. Curtis Guild.

1351

Ob. On raised circle, SECOND CLASS / . MARKSMAN * In field, on raised disk, MVM Rx, Plain. 29 mm. Bronze. Bar = date (1900)

† 1352

Ob. On blue enamel field an Indian with star to left. Rx. M. V. M. / 2nd CLASS / MARKSMAN / date A shield, issued by Gen. Curtis Guild.

1353

06. On raised circle, THIRD CLASS / . MARKSMAN * In field on raised disk MVM Rx. Plain. 29 mm. Bronze. Bar = date. Issued by Gen. William H. Brigham.

† 1354

06. A shield. In field a raised circle on which THIRD CLASS / MARKSMAN In field MyM in monogram. Rx. A raised circle. Bronze. Issued by Gen. William H. Brigham.

1355 Ob. On white enamel an Indian to left with star to left. Rx. M. V. M. / 3rd CLASS / MARKSMAN / date A shield, issued by Gen. Curtis Guild.

1356

A star of five with in centre a raised field with in circle DIS-
TINGUISHED / * * MARKSMAN ** Arms of Massachusetts. Bar
M. V. M. Issued by Col. William A. Chase.

1357 A shield, with label marked ENSE PETIT SUB PLACIDAM QUIETEM surrounding blue enamel shield on which arms of Massachusetts in gold, with crest of same. Silver. Bronze. Bar = a white enamel target / EXPERT / date Issued by Col. Curtis Guild.

† 1358 A maltese cross with in centre a medallion with arms of Massachusetts. On upper arm EXPERT On lower arm M. V. M. 35 mm. Brass. Bar = date (1909.]

† 1359 A bar with one silver bullet hanging from it. On bullet, date in raised letters. A qualification mark, first class, issued by Col. Horace T. Rockwell in 1889.

1360 As last, but with two bronze bullets. A qualification mark, second class.

1361

As last, but with three black bullets. A qualification mark, third class.

1362

Naval Brigade.
06. Arms of Massachusetts.
Rx. Arms of Brigade in oval garter inscribed NAVAL BRIGADE /
M. V. M. 38 mm. Bronze.

1363

Naval Militia.
Under two stars a target on crossed guns resting on laurel wreath.
Lower inscription, * NAVAL MILITIA / MASS. VOL. MILITIA * In

upper part of field a raised medallion with arms of Massachusetts. Bar = MARKSMAN 2nd bar date.

1364

1365

1366

Same, with bar PISTOL / 2nd CLASS MARKSMAN
Same, with bar = RIFLE / MARKSMAN
Same, with bar RIFLE / Ist CLASS MARKSMAN
Same, with bar = RIFLE / 2nd CLASS MARKSMAN
Same, with bar = RIFLE / 3rd CLASS MARKSMAN

1367

1368

1369

Same, with bar = RIFLE / SHARPSHOOTER

1370

An irregular shield. In centre blue enamel circle with in gold, FIRST CLASS / * REVOLVER * and on red field a white target with M. V. m. in gold. Bronze, one in gold.

1371

On a cross pommettée a central circle in which FIRST CLASS REVOLVER In field, a revolver. Bar date (1900.)

1372 A square medal with in field a raised circle on which, FIRST CLASS REVOLVER / M. V. M. Bronze. Bar

Bar =

date. Issued by Gen. William H. Brigham.

1373

As last, but, SECOND CLASS REVOLVER / M. V. M.

1374

On star a cross of five. In centre a raised field on which REVOLVER EXPERT In field, a revolver, Bar date. Issued by Gen. James G. White.

1375

Ob. In heavy wreath, in white enamel ring, an ornate shield of
Massachusetts.
Rx. In wreath a medallion with REVOLVER / QUALIFICATION /
date Bar = on crossed swords and anchor a shield with MyM

1376

Same, with blue enamel ring.

1377 Same, with red enamel ring.

1378 Same, with plain bronze ring.

1379 Same, with blue ring, but bar = a flat bar with blue enamel shield with mym in gold.

1380 Resting on shield in which is a revolver, a circle on which, REVOLVER / SHARPSHOOTER Bar date (1898).

1381

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