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CONFEDERATE LAUREL BRIGADE CAVALRY OFFICER’S SIGNED RECEIPT

CONFEDERATE LAUREL BRIGADE CAVALRY OFFICER’S SIGNED RECEIPT

Nicely matted and framed receipt signed by John Henderson as “Capt. Va. Rangers,” dated Aug. 15, 1861, to one Jacob Moles for thirty bushels of corn. Henderson commanded a Virginia cavalry company… (809-76). Learn More »

$75.00
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THE NEW ORLEANS DAILY DELTA - APRIL 23, 1861

THE NEW ORLEANS DAILY DELTA - APRIL 23, 1861

Volume XVI/ NO. 136. 6 columns, 16 x22”, 4 pages. Exhibits light foxing round the margins, and is slightly fragile, but lays flat and clean w/no fold-marks. Fascinating issue, published one week… (145-95). Learn More »

$125.00
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NEW ORLEANS DAILY DELTA - MARCH 14, 1861

NEW ORLEANS DAILY DELTA - MARCH 14, 1861

Vol. XVI—No. 198. 8 pp., 16 x22”, six columns. Exhibits very slight foxing & yellowing, w/one small one inch tape repair at front cover lower. Else VG plus, entirely legible, and free of… (145-103). Learn More »

FRAMED GROUP OF PENSION AND SANITARY COMMISSION DOCUMENTS

FRAMED GROUP OF PENSION AND SANITARY COMMISSION DOCUMENTS

A nicely present group of five documents in a gilt frame relating to service and pension records. Four of the pieces relate to Solomon Doremus, who served in the 19th NY Militia, which did three… (172-5371). Learn More »

THE NEW YORK TIMES, APRIL 24, 1865 – LINCOLN’S  ASSASSINATION  & FUNERAL

THE NEW YORK TIMES, APRIL 24, 1865 – LINCOLN’S ASSASSINATION & FUNERAL

Vol. XIV, No. 4237, eight pages, six columns each. Very good condition with fold lines, light creasing and minor chipping at edges. Paper shows light yellowing in areas due to age. Top of pages is… (L5494). Learn More »

SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 44, CITY POINT, VA, MARCH 4, 1865

SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 44, CITY POINT, VA, MARCH 4, 1865

A printed order regarding payment to Confederate deserters for property brought in when they desert. An earlier order No. 3 is printed below giving details to the deserters. Terms given are very close… (1041-77). Learn More »

$75.00
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GEORGE MIFFLIN DALLAS GIVES NOTICE OF THE DALLAS-CLARENDON TREATY WITH BRITAIN- BRITISH INFLUENCE IN THE AMERICAS, U.S. EXPANSIONISM, AND SLAVERY

GEORGE MIFFLIN DALLAS GIVES NOTICE OF THE DALLAS-CLARENDON TREATY WITH BRITAIN- BRITISH INFLUENCE IN THE AMERICAS, U.S. EXPANSIONISM, AND SLAVERY

A personal letter written by George Mifflin Dallas (1792-1864,) Vice President under James K. Polk, 1845-1849, and United States Minister to the United Kingdom 1856-1861. Written by hand in ink on the… (766-940). Learn More »

FRAMED LITHOGRAPHS OF STONEWALL JACKSON’S BIRTHPLACE & BOYHOOD HOME

FRAMED LITHOGRAPHS OF STONEWALL JACKSON’S BIRTHPLACE & BOYHOOD HOME

Frame contains two lithograph images. The small image in the bottom right corner is the home that Confederate General Stonewall Jackson was born in, on January 21, 1824 in Clarksburg, Virginia (now… (1030-503). Learn More »

$225.00
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18TH CONNECTICUT GROUPING - DIARY, LETTER, ENVELOPE COVERS, PICTURES, REGIMENTAL CLIPPINGS, ID’D TO PVT. GEORGE E. YOUNG OF CO. D

18TH CONNECTICUT GROUPING - DIARY, LETTER, ENVELOPE COVERS, PICTURES, REGIMENTAL CLIPPINGS, ID’D TO PVT. GEORGE E. YOUNG OF CO. D

(1) The diary is a black leather, front-flap journal, 6 x 4”, w/lined entries in ink, dating from 8/16/1864 through 7/19/1865. Owner inscription, in ink, front eps - “Mr. George E. Young/… (1043-127). Learn More »

JUNE 23, 1862 EDITION OF DAILY COLUMBUS [GA.] ENQUIRER

JUNE 23, 1862 EDITION OF DAILY COLUMBUS [GA.] ENQUIRER

Thomas Ragland, Proprietor. Volume IV—Number 167. 4 pp., 5 columns, 19 x 12”. Exhibits horizontal fold-mark. Both masthead and column print faded, while remining entirely legible. Else VG, and… (509-60). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR VETERANS’ PENSION ATTORNEY BROADSIDE

CIVIL WAR VETERANS’ PENSION ATTORNEY BROADSIDE

Pensions for disabled U.S. soldiers and soldiers’ widows and orphans began in 1862. The law was extended in 1879 to entitle applicants to arrears dating to the disability, not just the application,… (337-288). Learn More »

THE NEW YORK TIMES, APRIL 27, 1865 WITH BLACK MOURNING BORDER [BATTLE OF SPANISH FORT]

THE NEW YORK TIMES, APRIL 27, 1865 WITH BLACK MOURNING BORDER [BATTLE OF SPANISH FORT]

8 pp., six columns, 15.75 X 22”. Front page with black mourning border for Lincoln assassination. Full coverage of “THE CAMPAIGN IN ALABAMA”, and the final serious action of the war at Mobile… (L3393). Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $75.00
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FRAMED COMMISSION PROMOTING WILLIAM REYNOLDS (BROTHER OF GEN’L JOHN REYNOLDS) TO RANK OF REAR ADMIRAL

FRAMED COMMISSION PROMOTING WILLIAM REYNOLDS (BROTHER OF GEN’L JOHN REYNOLDS) TO RANK OF REAR ADMIRAL

Framed and matted commission dated December 12, 1873. This document promotes William Reynolds to the rank of Rear Admiral in the United States Navy.  Measures 24” wide x 27 ½” tall overall. The… (L15570). Learn More »

$2,300.00
Originally $2,500.00

FRAMED EISENHOWER PHOTOS WITH SIGNATURE

FRAMED EISENHOWER PHOTOS WITH SIGNATURE

Large framed and matted pair of Dwight D. Eisenhower photographs. Overall frame size is 25 ½” x 26”. Photos are 8” x 10”. Engraved brass plaque mounted at the bottom. One photo is of Ike in… (L15568). Learn More »

$750.00
Originally $950.00

NEW YORK TRIBUNE – JULY 7, 1863 – GETTYSBURG

NEW YORK TRIBUNE – JULY 7, 1863 – GETTYSBURG

This is the much sought-after July 7, 1863 edition of the New York Tribune with a large map of Gettysburg on the front page. Articles relating to “The Great Victory” and additional stories… (L15410). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $350.00
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1863 COVER ADDRESSED TO REVEREND SAMUEL W. EATON, CHAPLAIN, 7TH REGT. WISCONSIN VOLS.

1863 COVER ADDRESSED TO REVEREND SAMUEL W. EATON, CHAPLAIN, 7TH REGT. WISCONSIN VOLS.

The cover was directed to Eaton in Washington, D.C., with 3 cent pre-printed stamp. Cancellation is partial with town in Wisconsin unknown. Date Dec. 14. Eaton enlisted July 2, 1862 as Chaplain and… (L14785). Learn More »

$40.00
Originally $60.00

MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT 1864 20TH CORPS QUARTERMASTER STORES, SIGNED BY BRIG. GEN. ALPHEUS WILLIAMS

MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENT 1864 20TH CORPS QUARTERMASTER STORES, SIGNED BY BRIG. GEN. ALPHEUS WILLIAMS

Signed by Brig. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams. Document is not preprinted but formed from two 15.5” x 12” sheets folded and stitched in center. Gives a list of supplies needed by Headquarters and the… (L14745). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $150.00

STATE OF CONNECTICUT DOCUMENT - PAY-TABLE OFFICE

STATE OF CONNECTICUT DOCUMENT - PAY-TABLE OFFICE

Dated "Dec. 18th, 1781". Pre-printed form, measuring 5.75 x 6", filled out in ink. Exhibits fold-marks, lightly yellowed, else VG and entirely legible. Text: "Sir….Pay Waterbury Com tee of Supplies… (L13365). Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $100.00
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ROCHESTER DAILY DEMOCRAT FOR MAY 2, 1865

ROCHESTER DAILY DEMOCRAT FOR MAY 2, 1865

Some of the headlines in this issue are “Plot To Burn Philadelphia,” “About Sherman and his Blunder.” “The Boys Coming Home” and “More of Southern Chivalry.” There are also headlines… (L13708). Learn More »

$17.50
Originally $25.00
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THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1865

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1865

VOL. XXXV, NO. 9/ WHOLE NO. 1778. 4pp., 6 columns, measuring 25 x 18”. Exhibits fold-marks and light soiling along fold-lines, w/slight chipping & light water-staining along left margin. Else VG… (L13701). Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $75.00
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HIGH GRADE NON-REGULATION W. CLAUBERG CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABRE ID’D TO 1ST LT. JACOB MILLER, BATTERY A, MARYLAND JUNIOR LIGHT ARTILLERY

Occasionally a Cavalry Officer’s Civil War period sabre comes to market that is not a regulation sabre. This ID’d sabre is one that provides us with the many different high grade, high quality manufactured swords by the firm of W. Clauberg of… (865-02). Learn More »

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