Very nice 5th Corps badge for the 94th New York Volunteer Infantry. Measures 1″ across and made from coin silver. This was probably a silver quarter that was sanded down. The center cross has been cut out with a piece of tin soldered onto the back to give a recessed look to the design. The design was most likely filled with enamel which has unfortunately fallen out. Scalloped design around the outer edge. The face stamped “CO. A 94TH N.Y. VOL”. This one does retain the pin back. The 94th New York would join with the 5th Corps beginning in May, 1864. The regiment would fight in some of the biggest battles of the war serving with the Army of the Potomac. Bull Run, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and over a dozen more engagements. They would lose nearly 250 men during their term of service. Nice patina to this one. Very decent badge.