UNION PATRIOTIC ENVELOPE

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Item Code: 668-70

Unused patriotic envelope. Left corner has a woodcut of an officer with his sword drawn and holding it at “SHOULDER ARMS” while behind him are tents and a 1st pattern Confederate National Flag. Caption reads “THE REBEL’S CAMP. AT MANASSAS JUNCTION.” Below this in small letters is the publisher “S. C. UPHAM, 310 CHESTNUT ST.”

Nice condition with a small glue stain on reverse.  [ad]

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