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DISCHARGE PAYMENT DOCUMENT FOR MISSOURI HOME GUARD PRIVATE

DISCHARGE PAYMENT DOCUMENT FOR MISSOURI HOME GUARD PRIVATE

Preprinted document on white paper. Item meas. approx. 8.00 x 10.00 inches and has a smaller document attached. The larger document is in fair condition with masking tape supporting a fold on the… (141-45). Learn More »

PRINTED GENERAL ORDER SUSPENDING WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS

PRINTED GENERAL ORDER SUSPENDING WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS

Printed General Order No. 141 issued at Washington, D.C. on September 25, 1862 by President Lincoln. The order states that having called out Volunteers and Militia forces for the suppression of the… (1070-153). Learn More »

$20.00
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1864 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—COL. EBENEZER W. PIERCE, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY—WIA WHITE OAK SWAMP, VA, 6/30/ 1862, TO LT. JOHN M. DEAN, LATER RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FORT STEDMAN

1864 UNION SOLDIER LETTER—COL. EBENEZER W. PIERCE, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY—WIA WHITE OAK SWAMP, VA, 6/30/ 1862, TO LT. JOHN M. DEAN, LATER RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FORT STEDMAN

Dated “Head quarters 29th Veterans./ January 7th, 1864.” Addressed to Lieut. John M. Deane (Medal of Honor recipient for bravery at Fort Stedman, VA, 3/25/1865}  2 pp. in pencil on lined paper,… (846-344). Learn More »

1865 UNION SOLDIER LETTER - COL. EBENEZER W. PIERCE, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY, WIA WHITE OAK SWAMP, VA, 6/30/1862 – TO LT. JOHN M. DEAN, RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FORT STEDMAN

1865 UNION SOLDIER LETTER - COL. EBENEZER W. PIERCE, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY, WIA WHITE OAK SWAMP, VA, 6/30/1862 – TO LT. JOHN M. DEAN, RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FORT STEDMAN

Dated “In Camp near Lenoir Tennessee / Nov 1st [& 2nd]. Addressed to Lieut. John M. Deane [Medal of Honor recipient for bravery at Ft. Stedman, VA, 3/25/1865]. 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper… (846-343). Learn More »

1863 SOLDIER LETTER - COL. EBENEZER W. PIERCE, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY TO LT. JOHN M. DEAN, LATER RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FORT STEDMAN

1863 SOLDIER LETTER - COL. EBENEZER W. PIERCE, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY TO LT. JOHN M. DEAN, LATER RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FORT STEDMAN

Dated “Headquarters 2nd Brigade, 9th Army Corps Sunday P.M. Sept. 20 (1863).” Addressed to Lieut. John M. Deane (Medal of Honor recipient for bravery at Ft. Stedman, VA, 3/25/1865). 4 pp. in ink… (846-342). Learn More »

1863 SOLDIER LETTER - COL. EBENEZER W. PIERCE, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY TO LT. JOHN M. DEAN, LATER RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FORT STEDMAN

1863 SOLDIER LETTER - COL. EBENEZER W. PIERCE, 29TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY TO LT. JOHN M. DEAN, LATER RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GALLANTRY AT FORT STEDMAN

Dated “Assonet Jany. 19 1863.” Addressed to Lieutenant John M. Dean, Medal of Honor recipient for later gallantry at Ft. Stedman, VA, 3/25/ 1865. 4 pp. on unlined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits… (846-341). Learn More »

$80.00
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REMARKABLE GETTYSBURG LETTER COLLECTION OF ELIZA WRIGHT OSBORN, WRITTEN TO HER MOTHER, MARTHA COFFIN WRIGHT OF AUBURN, NY, REGARDING THE WOUNDING AND RECUPERATION OF HER BROTHER, LT. WILLIAM “WILLY” WRIGHT OF COWAN’S BATTERY.

REMARKABLE GETTYSBURG LETTER COLLECTION OF ELIZA WRIGHT OSBORN, WRITTEN TO HER MOTHER, MARTHA COFFIN WRIGHT OF AUBURN, NY, REGARDING THE WOUNDING AND RECUPERATION OF HER BROTHER, LT. WILLIAM “WILLY” WRIGHT OF COWAN’S BATTERY.

A few of the letters are addressed to Eliza’s husband, David Muson Osborne, founder of a successful farm machine company that was an early acquisition of International Harvester, and several are… (L15607). Learn More »

$6,500.00
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EMPORIA [KANSAS] DAILY REPUBLICAN—APRIL 29, 1887

EMPORIA [KANSAS] DAILY REPUBLICAN—APRIL 29, 1887

Vol. 6. 4 pp., 25 x 19.75”, eight columns. Exhibits center horizontal fold-mark, light chipping at the margins. Else VG & entirely legible. In the 1880s tiny Emporia was a two newspaper town,… (998-2134). Learn More »

JENKINS TAVERN, MD, “COMPLAINT” LETTER TO GEN. STEWART VAN VLIET, ACTING CHIEF QUARTERMASTER, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

JENKINS TAVERN, MD, “COMPLAINT” LETTER TO GEN. STEWART VAN VLIET, ACTING CHIEF QUARTERMASTER, ARMY OF THE POTOMAC

Dated “30 March 1862.” 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 7.75” x 9.75. Exhibits fold-marks, light soiling along right margin. Else VG, and entirely legible. This unsigned letter is docketed with… (1107-145). Learn More »

WWI SILVER STAR CHAPLAIN LETTER W/MENTION OF COL. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, JR. — "CHAPLAIN ROBERT WILLIAMS, 26TH U.S. INFANTRY, AMERICAN E.F.”

WWI SILVER STAR CHAPLAIN LETTER W/MENTION OF COL. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, JR. — "CHAPLAIN ROBERT WILLIAMS, 26TH U.S. INFANTRY, AMERICAN E.F.”

Post-1918 Armistice, undated. 3 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8” by 10.5. Final three pages of four-page letter. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. Text: (26th U.S. Infantry marching to German occupation… (846-261). Learn More »

PRESENTATION SWORD AND POST-WAR PAINTING OF CAPTAIN JOHN U. KREIDLER, 108TH OHIO INFANTRY

PRESENTATION SWORD AND POST-WAR PAINTING OF CAPTAIN JOHN U. KREIDLER, 108TH OHIO INFANTRY

The sword is a non-regulation imported 1850 pattern officer's French manufactured sword. It is 36 ¾ inches overall with a slightly curved 31 3/8-inch blade with a double fuller. The blade appears to… (1043-366). Learn More »

$2,500.00
Originally $2,950.00

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY UNION GENERAL DANIEL E. SICKLES

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY UNION GENERAL DANIEL E. SICKLES

This item is an 1879 check drawn on Daniel Sickles account at the Bank of the Metropolis in New York’s Union Square. The check is made out to Greenwood Cemetery Company in the amount of $30 and is… (410-492). Learn More »

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY TWO UNION GENERALS – DANIEL E. SICKLES & JOHN P. HAWKINS

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY TWO UNION GENERALS – DANIEL E. SICKLES & JOHN P. HAWKINS

This item is an 1881 check drawn on Daniel Sickles account at the Bank of the Metropolis in New York’s Union Square. The check is made out to General John P. Hawkins in the amount of $28.58 and is… (410-491). Learn More »

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY TWO UNION THIRD CORPS GENERALS – DANIEL E. SICKLES & JAMES B. CARR

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY TWO UNION THIRD CORPS GENERALS – DANIEL E. SICKLES & JAMES B. CARR

This item is an 1886 check drawn on Daniel Sickles account at the Bank of the Metropolis in New York’s Union Square. The check is made out to Major General J. B. Carr in the amount of $72.25 and is… (410-490). Learn More »

SET OF 12 WORLD WAR ONE PRINTS TITLED “THE SOUL OF FRANCE” BY LUCIEN JONAS

SET OF 12 WORLD WAR ONE PRINTS TITLED “THE SOUL OF FRANCE” BY LUCIEN JONAS

This set of twelve prints are photogravures depicting phases of the World War as experienced by the French people done by one of the greatest war artists of the period. The prints come housed in a… (128-1203). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 1928 COPY OF “THE WAR PAINTINGS OF CLAGGETT WILSON” – ARTIST WAS A WOUNDED & DECORATED WORLD WAR ONE MARINE OFFICER WHO SAW ACTION AT BEALLEAU WOOD

ORIGINAL 1928 COPY OF “THE WAR PAINTINGS OF CLAGGETT WILSON” – ARTIST WAS A WOUNDED & DECORATED WORLD WAR ONE MARINE OFFICER WHO SAW ACTION AT BEALLEAU WOOD

Claggett Wilson was born in 1887 in Washington, D.C. and is considered one of the first “Modernist” painters in the United States. He was a teacher of painting and drawing at Columbia University… (128-1205). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 1951 COPY OF “SIGNIFICANT WAR SCENES BY BATTLEFRONT ARTISTS 1941-1945”

ORIGINAL 1951 COPY OF “SIGNIFICANT WAR SCENES BY BATTLEFRONT ARTISTS 1941-1945”

Oversized volume housed in a slipcase. The book meas. 17.25 x 13.25 inches. It contains 32 full color prints with accompanying text. The cardboard slipcase is aquamarine in color with the title in… (128-1204). 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 »

$100.00
Originally $150.00

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 »

$225.00
Originally $350.00

UNION OFFICER’S AUTOGRAPH ALBUM- CAPTAIN FRANK B. SHALTERS, CO. “H”, 88TH PENNYSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

UNION OFFICER’S AUTOGRAPH ALBUM- CAPTAIN FRANK B. SHALTERS, CO. “H”, 88TH PENNYSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

Owner inscription in ink, front endpapers—“Frank B. Shalters Jr. / Lieut. Co. H / 88th Regt. P.V.” Published by J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, n.d.70-some pages, rebound in maroon cloth,… (1070-303). Learn More »


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