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IVORY HANDLED CANE ID’D TO GEORGE H. STUART, MARKED LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

IVORY HANDLED CANE ID’D TO GEORGE H. STUART, MARKED LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN

Cane is made of wood which has been stained a dark brown color. Top of cane has a brass ring with ivory handle. Etched on one side of the handle is “GEORGE H. STUART, LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN DECEMBER 21,… (344-1885). Learn More »

E. T. PAULL'S MILITARY SHEET MUSIC

E. T. PAULL'S MILITARY SHEET MUSIC

Vintage Song Book of Military Marches by Edward Taylor Paull. Volume Number 3, 1930S. Beautiful Lithograph Cover. 9" x 12", 46 pages. Includes piano music for Napoleons Last Charge, with a brief… (L15253). Learn More »

LOT OF DOCUMENTS RELATED TO GETTYSBURG’S FAHNESTOCK & BROS.

LOT OF DOCUMENTS RELATED TO GETTYSBURG’S FAHNESTOCK & BROS.

Nine piece grouping of FAHNESTOCK & BROS. commercial documents, all pre-battle, five dating from October 1861, four from April/May 1862. Located at the corner of Baltimore and Middle St., the… (224-248). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG MEDICAL DOCUMENT - U.S. SURGEON TRANSFER

GETTYSBURG MEDICAL DOCUMENT - U.S. SURGEON TRANSFER

Dated “Medical Director’s Office/ Head Quarters, Department of the Susquehanna, Chambersburg, August 3, 1863.” 1 pp., 9.75 x 7.75”, with pre-printed letterhead, handwritten in ink. Exhibits… (224-252). Learn More »

STAFF OFFICER LETTER - CONFEDERATE CORPS OF ENGINEERS—CAPT. R. P. ROWLEY

STAFF OFFICER LETTER - CONFEDERATE CORPS OF ENGINEERS—CAPT. R. P. ROWLEY

Dated “Bird’s Mill October 15 1863.” 1 pp., in ink, 9.75 x 8”. Exhibits fold-marks, paper and ink lightly yellowed and faded, light chipping of right and lower margins. Else VG and entirely… (766-70). Learn More »

ARMY OF TENNESSEE STAFF LETTER - CONFEDERATE CORPS OF ENGINEERS, CAPT. R.P. ROWLEY

ARMY OF TENNESSEE STAFF LETTER - CONFEDERATE CORPS OF ENGINEERS, CAPT. R.P. ROWLEY

Dated “Hd Qrs Engineer Dept. A.T./ Chattanooga, Tenn./ July 29 1863/ Special Orders/ No. 53”” 2 pp., in ink, 6.5 x 7.75”. Exhibits fold-marks, w/chipping & light mount stain along right… (766-71). Learn More »

1863 CONFEDERATE CORPS OF ENGINEERS ANS – STEPHEN PRESSTMAN, CHIEF ENGINEER, ARMY OF THE TENNESEE

1863 CONFEDERATE CORPS OF ENGINEERS ANS – STEPHEN PRESSTMAN, CHIEF ENGINEER, ARMY OF THE TENNESEE

Dated “Hd Qrs A. T.  Sept. 21, 1863.” 1 pp., in pencil, 5.75 x 4.75”.  Exhibits fold-marks, mounting stain along right margin. Else VG and entirely legible. In protective sleeve, accompanied… (766-69). Learn More »

RICHMOND WHIG NEWSPAPER, DATED APRIL 20, 1865 – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

RICHMOND WHIG NEWSPAPER, DATED APRIL 20, 1865 – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

Vol. 1—no. 15. 8 pp., 4 columns. Exhibits fold-marks, and small center fold-line chip; lightly soiled and yellowed, but entirely legible; completely intact but semi- fragile, and should be handled… (801-71). Learn More »

1863 CONFEDERATE CORPS OF ARMY ENGINEERS LETTER – CAPT. STEPHEN W. PRESSTMAN

1863 CONFEDERATE CORPS OF ARMY ENGINEERS LETTER – CAPT. STEPHEN W. PRESSTMAN

Dated “”Hd Qrs. Engr. Dept. A.T./ Oct. 6 1863”. Addressed to “Capt. R.P. Rowley/ Engr in charge Chickamauga”. 2pp., in ink, on line paper, 8 x 4.75”. Slightly yellowed; exhibits fold-marks… (766-67). Learn More »

PRINT OF CAVALRYMAN WITH HORSE BY EDOUARD DETAILLE, DATED 1870

PRINT OF CAVALRYMAN WITH HORSE BY EDOUARD DETAILLE, DATED 1870

Signed and dated print by French artist Edouard Detaille, features a cavalryman with his horse eating out of his hand. Print is housed in a wooden frame and has a wooden mat that is painted… (800-01). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE — OHIO COMMISSARY OFFICER & TWO BROTHERS, RE: BRIG. GEN. THOMAS WELCH, USA

CIVIL WAR CORRESPONDENCE — OHIO COMMISSARY OFFICER & TWO BROTHERS, RE: BRIG. GEN. THOMAS WELCH, USA

Three letters dated “New York, May 11, 1862”, “New York, Nov. 17th, 1862”, “Cincinnati, July 5, 1863.” Each letter two pages, in ink, one on lined paper, all measuring 10 x 8”. All… (362-647). Learn More »

GENERAL LLOYD TILGHMAN, CSA, PRE-CIVIL WAR AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

GENERAL LLOYD TILGHMAN, CSA, PRE-CIVIL WAR AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

From Lloyd Tilghman to R. P. Rowley. Dated “Steamer Irene/31 July” [1858]. 2 pp., in pencil, on light blue lined paper. Exhibits light yellowed fading along fold-marks, as well as interior… (766-36). Learn More »

STATUE ENTITLED “THE GRUNT” BY TERRY JONES

STATUE ENTITLED “THE GRUNT” BY TERRY JONES

Cold cast. Early Jones work from 1987. Numbered limited edition 225/500. Depicts a Vietnam era US Marine in full combat gear with  his M16 over his shoulder. Accompanied by Certificate of… (10-1964). Learn More »

23RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLS., BIRNEY'S ZOUAVES-PAINTING OF THE REGIMENTAL MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

23RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLS., BIRNEY'S ZOUAVES-PAINTING OF THE REGIMENTAL MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

Ca. 1900. This monument was dedicated in August 1886 and is located on North Slocum Ave. Executed in grey/green water color, signed "M.L.G." in lower left corner, measuring 12 x 17". Single matted in… (L10318). Learn More »

$325.00
Originally $450.00

LETTER SIGNED BY SECRETARY OF WAR SIMON CAMERON

LETTER SIGNED BY SECRETARY OF WAR SIMON CAMERON

“War Department / Washington, July 6, 1861.” Addressed to Mayor Henry, Philadelphia, Pa. Directs and authorizes Messrs. Dale, Rose & Co. of his city to “forward to the care of the commander… (699-03). Learn More »

SIGNATURE – CS GEN. ALFRED MOORE SCALES; WOUNDED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE AND GETTYSBURG

SIGNATURE – CS GEN. ALFRED MOORE SCALES; WOUNDED AT CHANCELLORSVILLE AND GETTYSBURG

Clear ink signature on 5 ½” x 2 7/8” piece of paper.  “A M Scales / Greensboro / NC”.  Excellent condition; slight age yellowing. Alfred Moore Scales was born on November 26, 1827 in… (L14627). Learn More »

POLICY FOR SHIPMENT OF FRAMED ITEMS

POLICY FOR SHIPMENT OF FRAMED ITEMS

Special care is required in the shipment of framed items, both modern and vintage.  Any framed item purchased can be disassembled per customer request, in order to remove the glass.  This means that…. Learn More »

THE NEW YORK HERALD, SEPTEMBER 12, 1863 [LITTLE ROCK & CHARLESTON]

THE NEW YORK HERALD, SEPTEMBER 12, 1863 [LITTLE ROCK & CHARLESTON]

8pp, 22 x15.5, six columns. Front page features large centered map: “Important Military Operations in Arkansas. Occupation of Little Rock—Scene of the Double Movement of the Union Forces Under… (L14392). Learn More »

SCULPTURE OF A U.S. SPANISH-AMERICAN INFANTRYMAN, CA. 1900, BY CARL KAUBA

SCULPTURE OF A U.S. SPANISH-AMERICAN INFANTRYMAN, CA. 1900, BY CARL KAUBA

Cast bronze figure of US Infantryman in kneeling position, firing an 1899 Remington 30-40 caliber carbine. Figurine measures 5.75” in height, anchored on granite base, 6 x 4 x 2”; exhibits… (413-20). Learn More »

LARGE PERIOD ADVERTISEMENT FOR ROGERS’ SCULPTURES

LARGE PERIOD ADVERTISEMENT FOR ROGERS’ SCULPTURES

This large paper advertisement meas. approx. 13.75 x 17.00 inches and depicts twelve of John Rogers’ sculpture groups. Each depiction comes with an explanation of the scene. The works described… (337-284). Learn More »


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