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NEW YORK CITY DRAFT RIOTS:  “A GREAT FRAUD” - WORKINGMAN’S PRO-UNION / ANTI-COPPERHEAD BROADSIDE

NEW YORK CITY DRAFT RIOTS: “A GREAT FRAUD” - WORKINGMAN’S PRO-UNION / ANTI-COPPERHEAD BROADSIDE

Published by the N.Y. Workingmen’s Democratic Republican Association; printed by the Loyal Publication Society. Measures 19 x 11.5”,  mounted on green mat, in modern black frame measuring 19 x… (337-218). Learn More »

1898 VARINA JEFFERSON DAVIS ALS ON THE DEATH OF HER DAUGHTER

1898 VARINA JEFFERSON DAVIS ALS ON THE DEATH OF HER DAUGHTER

2 pp., in ink on mourning paper, to a committee consisting of Mrs. J. Pinckney Smith, Chairwoman; Mrs. Edgar Farrar; Mrs. S.R. Mallory; Miss Olivia Freret; and Mrs. Cora L. Richardson, Corresponding… (337-231). Learn More »

CIRCA 1910’S “UNCLE TOM’S CABIN” BROADSIDE

CIRCA 1910’S “UNCLE TOM’S CABIN” BROADSIDE

Double-sided playbill, measuring 18 x 6”, yellowed & chipped along top & bottom margins. Horizontal fold marks with a one inch tear along one margin. Colorfully written period text: … (344-1620). Learn More »

ADVERTISING CIRCULAR FOR ENGRAVING OF SENATE IMPEACHMENT VOTE FOR PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON

ADVERTISING CIRCULAR FOR ENGRAVING OF SENATE IMPEACHMENT VOTE FOR PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON

Measures 6 ¾” x 7 ¾.  Small sheet advertising the availability of “Large Copies of the Engraving printed on heavy plate paper size 18 x 24 inches” from the Boston Chromo Company, 12 West… (337-225). Learn More »

POST-CIVIL WAR PHOTO, DISCHARGE AND SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL ID’D TO 14TH NEW JERSEY SOLDIER

POST-CIVIL WAR PHOTO, DISCHARGE AND SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL ID’D TO 14TH NEW JERSEY SOLDIER

The items in this group belonged to John Doudican, also known as John Dow, who served as a Private in Company K, 14th New Jersey Infantry. The first item is an eagle masthead discharge filled out to… (690-04). Learn More »

BOUND VOLUME OF WISCONSIN NEWSPAPERS

BOUND VOLUME OF WISCONSIN NEWSPAPERS

Bound volume meas. approx. 13.50 x 20.00 inches with a tape re-enforced spine. Original owner’s name lightly written on cover.  First two pages are loose the rest are very good and tightly bound.… (690-53). Learn More »

BOUND VOLUME OF WISCONSIN NEWSPAPERS

BOUND VOLUME OF WISCONSIN NEWSPAPERS

Bound volume meas. approx. 15.75 x 21.50 inches. Tape re-enforces the spine near the top. Item is tightly bound. Book contains issues of the INDEPENDENT PRESS of Waukesha, Wisconsin. Each newspaper is… (690-55). Learn More »

ORIGINAL MID 18TH CENTURY FENCING ENGRAVING BY FRENCH ARTIST P.J.F. GIRAURD

ORIGINAL MID 18TH CENTURY FENCING ENGRAVING BY FRENCH ARTIST P.J.F. GIRAURD

This highly detailed, original engraving is a mid-18th century paper artifact from a French fencing classic titled “Traite des Armes, dedie au Roy” completed by well known French artist P.J.F.… (453-24). Learn More »

ORIGINAL MID 18TH CENTURY FENCING ENGRAVING BY FRENCH ARTIST P.J.F. GIRAURD

ORIGINAL MID 18TH CENTURY FENCING ENGRAVING BY FRENCH ARTIST P.J.F. GIRAURD

This highly detailed, original engraving is a mid-18th century paper artifact from a French fencing classic titled “Traite des Armes, dedie au Roy” completed by well known French artist P.J.F.… (453-23). Learn More »

J. F. REYNOLDS LANDIS’ OFFICER’S COMMISSION AS A U.S. ARMY CAPTAIN, SIGNED BY PRESIDENT WILLIAM McKINLEY

J. F. REYNOLDS LANDIS’ OFFICER’S COMMISSION AS A U.S. ARMY CAPTAIN, SIGNED BY PRESIDENT WILLIAM McKINLEY

Presented is an excellent military officer’s commission presented to J. F. Reynolds Landis.  Landis’ commission is a high-grade, cream-colored vellum paper and bears the handwritten signature in… (672-06). Learn More »

J. F. REYNOLDS LANDIS’ OFFICER’S COMMISSION AS A SECOND LIEUTENANT, SIGNED BY PRESIDENT RUTHERFORD B. HAYES

J. F. REYNOLDS LANDIS’ OFFICER’S COMMISSION AS A SECOND LIEUTENANT, SIGNED BY PRESIDENT RUTHERFORD B. HAYES

Presented is an excellent military officer’s commission presented to J. F. Reynolds Landis.  Landis’ commission is a high-grade, cream-colored vellum paper and bears the handwritten signature in… (672-03). Learn More »

J. F. REYNOLDS LANDIS’ OFFICER’S COMMISSION AS A U.S. ARMY FIRST LIEUTENANT, SIGNED BY PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND

J. F. REYNOLDS LANDIS’ OFFICER’S COMMISSION AS A U.S. ARMY FIRST LIEUTENANT, SIGNED BY PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND

Presented is an excellent military officer’s commission presented to J. F. Reynolds Landis.  Landis’ commission is a high-grade, cream-colored vellum paper and bears the handwritten signature in… (672-05). Learn More »

WILLIAM REYNOLDS’ NAVAL OFFICER’S COMMISSION AS COMMANDER, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND SIGNED BY ANDREW JOHNSON

WILLIAM REYNOLDS’ NAVAL OFFICER’S COMMISSION AS COMMANDER, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION AND SIGNED BY ANDREW JOHNSON

Presented is an excellent, post Civil War-dated 1866 naval officer’s commission presented to William Reynolds of Lancaster, PA. William was the older brother of General John F. Reynolds of… (672-07). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG C. J. MYERS STORE ENVELOPES

GETTYSBURG C. J. MYERS STORE ENVELOPES

Items date from the 1930's or 1940's. Printed along one edge in large lettering is "SIGNS, Out Door Advertising, Show Cards, Chas. J. Myers, 136 Chambersburg St., Gettysburg, Penn'a., 'Tell The World… (67-918). Learn More »

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18TH CENTURY EUROPEAN MILITARY CAMP PRINTS, CA. 1770-1780s

18TH CENTURY EUROPEAN MILITARY CAMP PRINTS, CA. 1770-1780s

Two  colored lithographs by Georg Balthazar Probst, a noted  late-18th century publisher/illustrator from Augsburg, Germany. These prints, numbered “116” & 117”, are from an unknown 18th… (453-26). Learn More »

CS IMPRINT – TRANSPORTATION OF TROOPS OR FREIGHT

CS IMPRINT – TRANSPORTATION OF TROOPS OR FREIGHT

2 pg. (1 sheet, front & back),  5" x 8".  General Orders No. 2, from the Adjutant and Inspector General’s Office, Richmond, January 3, 1863.  Covers the movement of troops and/or freight by… (460-1022). Learn More »

MEMPHIS APPEAL NEWSPAPER - JUNE 10, 1863

MEMPHIS APPEAL NEWSPAPER - JUNE 10, 1863

One page, double-sided newspaper measuring 20 x 24”, mounted on heavy card paper against a medium gray matte, in shrink wrap. This legendary Memphis newspaper was moved out of  town just prior to… (12-652). Learn More »

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 »

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 »

COMPLETE REPORT ON THE ORGANIZATION AND CAMPAIGNS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, BY GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN

COMPLETE REPORT ON THE ORGANIZATION AND CAMPAIGNS OF THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC, BY GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN

142 pp., text in double columns, pages trimmed close at right edge. Clean throughout, very fine condition.  This document, one of several variants, was issued for McClellan's 1864 presidential… (337-165). Learn More »


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RARE PRESENTATION CIVIL WAR FLAG STAFF OF COMPANY A, 10TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY

This presentation flag staff, measuring 62 ½” in length and 1 ½” in diameter, bears an attached silver plate upon which is inscribed, “Presented by Mrs. Artemas Bigelow / Gt Barrington Mass May 28 / 1861”. Though now tarnished with the… (766-813). Learn More »

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