The 140th mustered in in September, 1862 and other than Fredericksburg, didn't see action until Chancellorsville, and was assigned to the V Corps the entire time. Thus the regiment spent more of its career (and, certainly, saw combat more often) with corps badges than without, which is why I suggested it. This gentleman's ancestor was present for the regiment's entire term of service, so he has options.
Marc A. Hermann.
The Daybreak B'hoys.
Liberty Rifles - Hardtack Society.
Oliver Tilden Camp No. 26, SUVCW.
Descendant of Pvt. E. Hermann, 45th PA Militia - Capt. Wm. K. and Lt. Geo. W. Hopkins, 7th PA Reserves - Pvt. Jos. A. Weckerly, 72nd PA Infantry - Pvt. Thos. Will, 21st PA Cavalry.