An Army of the James Medal, also known as The Butler Medal, consisting of an unpierced copper medal with no suspender or attached ribbon. The front of the medal contains an engraved wreath of what appears to be holly with a bow at the center and a single five-sided star flanking the lower left and right side of the wreath. Around the outside of the wreath are the words, "DISTINGUISHED FOR SERVICE." At the center of the wreath are the words, "CAMPAIGN BEFORE RICHMOND / 1864."The reverse side of the medal is engraved with a depiction of a group of African American soldiers storming a Confederate occupied military fort. Surrounding the engraving are Latin words within an unfurled banner "FERRO IIS LIBERTAS PERVENIET." Below the engraving are the words, "U.S. COLORED TROOPS."
Veteran ID Shield owned by Daniel Hammond, Co. F, 4th MD USCT. The small, nickel silver medal features a shield under two banners. The top banner has a pin on the back. The front is engraved with “CO. F.” The second banner is attached to the top banner with two suspension rings. It is engraved on the front with “F” MD.” The shield is attached to the second banner with two suspension rings. Engraved at the top of the shield is “VOL. INF.” Below this is an engraved image of two crossed rifles with “WAR” engraved on the left side and “1861-5” engraved on the right side. Below the rifles is an engraved image of a cruciform. Engraved at the bottom of the Shield is “DANNIEL HAMMOND.”