Monocacy Hiking Stick Medallion

Monocacy Hiking Stick Medallion
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Monocacy Hiking Stick Medallion
A Confederate flag and a US flag waving behind the US Capitol: It's a fitting illustration to represent the Battle of Monocacy during the Civil War, when Union forces engaged a Confederate force in July 1864 at Monocacy River in Maryland to stop the Southern advance toward Washington, DC. That illustration is what you'll see depicted on this hiking stick medallion, with color flags and the battle location in bold white letters against a blue background.Product DetailsDimensions: approx. 1'' W x three-quarters of an inch HIncludes four nails
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