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PAINTED ESCUTCHEON AND MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO MAJOR WILLIAM LAMBERT OF THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY & THE 27TH & 33rd NEW JERSEY

PAINTED ESCUTCHEON AND MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO MAJOR WILLIAM LAMBERT OF THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY & THE 27TH & 33rd NEW JERSEY

At top center is a large, full color, spread winged eagle sitting on a reddish brown fascine at the center of a sunburst and gold stars. Due to paint loss some of the stars are missing. The eagle’s… (945-353). Learn More »

NATIONAL HOMESTEAD AT GETTYSBURG ORPHANAGE GOOD CONDUCT CARD

NATIONAL HOMESTEAD AT GETTYSBURG ORPHANAGE GOOD CONDUCT CARD

Dated March 16, 1872.” Pre-printed white card, 3.25 x 2.5.” Inscribed to “Master Winny Ballantine,”  authorized by J.C. Burns. Two tiny spots on blank reverse. Otherwise pristine.… (195-200). Learn More »

NATIONAL HOMESTEAD AT GETTYSBURG ORPHANAGE GOOD CONDUCT CARD

NATIONAL HOMESTEAD AT GETTYSBURG ORPHANAGE GOOD CONDUCT CARD

Dated “Feb. 17th, 1872.” Pre-printed white card, 3.25 x 2.5.” Inscribed to “Miss Anna E. Martin,” authorized by J.C. Burns. Two tiny spots on blank reverse. Otherwise pristine. Text: (Miss… (195-199). Learn More »

BURNING OF CHAMBERSBURG, PA - JULY 30, 1864 / CIVILIAN CORRESPONDENCE

BURNING OF CHAMBERSBURG, PA - JULY 30, 1864 / CIVILIAN CORRESPONDENCE

Two letters, dated “Satur”[July 30], and “Sunday Morning [July 31];  both letters in the same hand addressed to “E”, the Sunday letter signed at top, “All well/ Annie.” The Saturday… (1000-1432). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 21, 1862 – CORINTH, MS

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 21, 1862 – CORINTH, MS

Vol. VI—No. 286. 16 pp. [385-400], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features three Corinth sketches—[1] “Railroad Junction Near Corinth”, [2]… (998-1842). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 19, 1862 – PENINSULA CAMPAIGN

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 19, 1862 – PENINSULA CAMPAIGN

Vol. VI—No. 290. 16 pp. [449-464], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features portrait sketches of Union general George A. McCall, and Fitz-John Porter,… (998-1841). Learn More »

1859 WEST POINT ANNUAL EXAMINATION REPORT FOR STEPHEN C. LYFORD, 1ST US DRAGOONS, 1ST US CAVALRY, 3RD US ARTILLERY; BREVET CAPTAIN , MAJOR & LT. COLONEL

1859 WEST POINT ANNUAL EXAMINATION REPORT FOR STEPHEN C. LYFORD, 1ST US DRAGOONS, 1ST US CAVALRY, 3RD US ARTILLERY; BREVET CAPTAIN , MAJOR & LT. COLONEL

One page pre-printed for filled out in ink. One blue paper measuring 7 ¾” x 9 ¾”. Dated “ENGINEER DEPARTMENT, / Washington, June 29, 1859. Document is basically a report card of sorts “At… (337-302). Learn More »

1857 WEST POINT “EXTRACT FROM THE CLASS CONDUCT REPORTS…” FOR STEPHEN C. LYFORD, 1ST US DRAGOONS, 1ST US CAVALRY, 3RD US ARTILLERY; BREVET CAPTAIN , MAJOR & LT. COLONEL

1857 WEST POINT “EXTRACT FROM THE CLASS CONDUCT REPORTS…” FOR STEPHEN C. LYFORD, 1ST US DRAGOONS, 1ST US CAVALRY, 3RD US ARTILLERY; BREVET CAPTAIN , MAJOR & LT. COLONEL

One page pre-printed for filled out in ink. One blue paper measuring 7 ¾” x 9 ¾”. Dated “ENGINEER DEPARTMENT, / Washington, October 17, 1857. Document is basically a report card of sorts… (337-301). Learn More »

1867 SIGNATURE OF HUGH MCCULLOCH - FIRST COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, PRESIDENT LINCOLN’S THIRD SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

1867 SIGNATURE OF HUGH MCCULLOCH - FIRST COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY, PRESIDENT LINCOLN’S THIRD SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

Signature in ink, “Hugh M Cullough  / March 1867”, on 3 7/8” x 2 ½” paper; in very good condition, with one small tear at left edge. This paper is mounted on a larger section of paper… (337-307). Learn More »

1863 ALS PUBLISHER CHARLES O. PERRINE TO CONNECTICUT ADJ. GEN. JOSEPH D. WILLIAMS

1863 ALS PUBLISHER CHARLES O. PERRINE TO CONNECTICUT ADJ. GEN. JOSEPH D. WILLIAMS

1 page letter in ink, measures 8” x 9 ¾”.  Dated Indianapolis, Indiana, May 25, 1863. The Library of Congress records several maps published by Perrine during the Civil War, including… (337-305). Learn More »

1862 ALS PROFESSOR HENRY B. SMITH, UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN NEW YORK

1862 ALS PROFESSOR HENRY B. SMITH, UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN NEW YORK

1 page letter in ink on blue paper; measures 4 15/16” x 7 7/8”. Dated “Union Theol. Semy. / New York / June 14, 1862”. Fine condition, all text legible. Fold lines; one minor ink smear approx.… (337-304). Learn More »

NATIONAL HOMESTEAD AT GETTYSBURG ORPHANAGE GOOD CONDUCT CARD

NATIONAL HOMESTEAD AT GETTYSBURG ORPHANAGE GOOD CONDUCT CARD

Dated “May 25, 1872.” Pre-printed  white card, 3.25 x 2.5”. Inscribed to “Master David Dukes””, authorized by J.C. Burns. Two tiny spots on blank reverse. Otherwise pristine.… (195-198). Learn More »

NATIONAL HOMESTEAD AT GETTYSBURG ORPHANAGE GOOD CONDUCT CARD

NATIONAL HOMESTEAD AT GETTYSBURG ORPHANAGE GOOD CONDUCT CARD

Dated “May 25, 1872.” Pre-printed white card, 3.25 x 2.5.” Inscribed to “Master Charley Henning”, authorized by J.C. Burns. Two tiny spots on blank reverse. Otherwise pristine. Text: (Master… (195-197). Learn More »

CW REGIMENTAL PROMOTION WARRANT - SGT. CLARENCE HART, 135TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

CW REGIMENTAL PROMOTION WARRANT - SGT. CLARENCE HART, 135TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Pre-printed form, 15 x 10”, dated “Capitol Hill, Sept. 22nd 1862”, signed by regimental commander, Col. James R. Porter. This warrant (“To all whom shall see these present, greetings”)… (1025-03). Learn More »

SOLDIER LETTER — PRIVATE THOMAS LANCASTER, CO. “E”, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

SOLDIER LETTER — PRIVATE THOMAS LANCASTER, CO. “E”, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

Dated “Nashville, Tennessee, January 4, 1863.” From Private Lancaster to sister “Hannah Thomas, Quakerstown, Bucks County, PA.” 14 pp., in ink, on lined paper, 8 x5”. Exhibits horizontal… (945-349). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SUTLER’S SCRIP – 14TH MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY $1 EXCHANGE CERTIFICATE

CIVIL WAR SUTLER’S SCRIP – 14TH MASSACHUSETTS HEAVY ARTILLERY $1 EXCHANGE CERTIFICATE

H.B. Sheldon Sutler, 14th Massachusetts Regiment Heavy Artillery. $1.00 Exchange Certificate.  Green tint; at center in an arch in block letters, “H. B. SHELDON.” At left  is Massachusetts Arms,… (998-268). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR SUTLER’S SCRIP – 2ND NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY 25 CENT EXCHANGE CERTIFICATE

CIVIL WAR SUTLER’S SCRIP – 2ND NEW YORK HEAVY ARTILLERY 25 CENT EXCHANGE CERTIFICATE

D.L. Sheldon Sutler, 2nd Regiment New York Heavy Artillery. 25¢; Exchange Certificate. Pink tint with “D.L. SHELDON.” In an arch at lower center.  At the left Continentals dig in artillery… (998-267). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG 150th ANNIVERSARY STATUE OF LEE & MEADE BY TERRY JONES

GETTYSBURG 150th ANNIVERSARY STATUE OF LEE & MEADE BY TERRY JONES

Specially commissioned Terry Jones resin Battle of Gettysburg 150th Anniversary statue featuring Generals Lee and Meade. Hand painted by local Gettysburg artist! Measures approx. 12" high, 13.25" wide… (M25705). Learn More »

INVOICE FOR SUPPLIES TO JOHNSON’S ISLAND SIGNED BY MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT

INVOICE FOR SUPPLIES TO JOHNSON’S ISLAND SIGNED BY MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT

Large invoice (11” x 17”) filled out in ink.  Invoice is for foodstuffs received at Sandusky, Ohio, for the Confederate prisoners at Johnson’s Island prisoner of war camp. Dated February 29,… (224-323). Learn More »

19TH CENTURY MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY OF PRUSSIAN OFFICER

19TH CENTURY MINIATURE PORTRAIT ON IVORY OF PRUSSIAN OFFICER

Image is housed in an oval brass frame with a tortoise shell back. Officer is dressed in a white coat with red and gold stand-up collar. He wears several medals and a sash. Portrait miniatures first… (L15563). Learn More »


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