2nd Maryland Inf. CSA Gettysburg Monument

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2nd Maryland Inf. CSA Gettysburg Monument Replica

Signed and numbered edition of 1863


Gettysburg Monument Replica Collection, Monument. Cast in stone resin and bonded bronze, complete with all engraved wording.

Sized at 5.5" x5.5" x10.5"

Crafted and Made in the United States

The monument to the Confederate Second Maryland Infantry is southeast of Gettysburg on Culp’s Hill.

This was the first Confederate monument on the battlefield and met a great deal of resistance from the battlefield commission authorities. It was finally allowed to be erected and was dedicated in 1884. But the commission required it to be designated as the “2nd Maryland Infantry” even though the unit was known as the First Maryland Battalion at the time of the battle.

The reason given was there were already two Union regiments designated as the First Maryland (First Maryland Potomac Brigade and First Maryland Eastern Shore), and the Confederate 1st Maryland Battalion had been redesignated as the Second Maryland Regiment in 1864. So the monument was erected to the “2nd MD. INFANTRY C.S.A.” 

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    2nd Maryland

    Posted by scott molitor on Aug 4th 2018

    Another fine piece by Gary. Always pleased with his work and knowledge on the subject. Look forward to more monuments.

  • 5
    The sculpture is well detailed right down to the lettering. It truly is a faithful reproduction of the actual monument on Culp's Hill. The casting of the sculpture is spot on with no flaws at all. Well worth the price.

    Posted by Michael Massaro on Jun 7th 2018

    Gary has done a wonderful job with this monument reproduction. It is up to his usual high standards. Another addition to his fine body of work.