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G.A.R. HANDBILL - "CAMP FIRE BY CUSTER POST. NO. 6….OF BALTIMORE CITY.."

G.A.R. HANDBILL - "CAMP FIRE BY CUSTER POST. NO. 6….OF BALTIMORE CITY.."

Double-sided bill, measuring 8.5 x 5.5". Lightly yellowed, with chipped upper right corner. Else VG & entirely legible. The announced "Camp Fire" is to take place at Cross Street Market Hall,… (337-184). Learn More »

RETIREMENT OF LT. COLONEL ALEXANDER WEBB-CONGRESSIONAL REPORT N.158, 54TH CONGRESS 1ST SESSION, FEB. 4, 1896

RETIREMENT OF LT. COLONEL ALEXANDER WEBB-CONGRESSIONAL REPORT N.158, 54TH CONGRESS 1ST SESSION, FEB. 4, 1896

U.S. Government Printing Office, 4pp.  Although this report deals with Gen. Webb in particular, it has wider application when considering the plight of the many regular officers who were… (337-59). Learn More »

$52.50
Originally $75.00

1864 ELECTION ANTI-GEN. McCLELLAN CARTOON

Printed in black & white on card measuring 3.5" x 2.125", mounted on heavy yellow card paper. Titled "Biddy Lamenting the Result of the Election", the cartoon features a chubby woman seated at a… (337-69). Learn More »

$175.00
Originally $250.00

CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - REPORT RELATIVE TO THE CONDITION OF VIRGINIA SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS

CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - REPORT RELATIVE TO THE CONDITION OF VIRGINIA SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS

Richmond: William F. Ritchie, State printer. 1862. 5 pp., removed from a larger edition. Fainting offsetting of library hand-stamp at rear blank. Measures 5 3/4" x 9". Minor staining around… (337-157). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - Letcher, John. GOVERNOR'S COMMUNICATION TRANSMITTING HIS LETTER TO PRESIDENT LINCOLN, 1863

CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - Letcher, John. GOVERNOR'S COMMUNICATION TRANSMITTING HIS LETTER TO PRESIDENT LINCOLN, 1863

Richmond: William Ritchie, State printer, 1863. Doc. No. XXI, 7pp. Condition: very lightly yellowed round the edges, small half-inch water stain lower right corner. Governor Letcher's letter pertained… (337-193). Learn More »

1862 CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - RESOLUTIONS OF FLORIDA

1862 CONFEDERATE IMPRINT - RESOLUTIONS OF FLORIDA

Doc. No. X. Richmond: William Ritchie, State printer, 1863. 33pp., measuring 5.125 x 8.75". Lightly yellowed round the margins, while exhibiting tiny intermittent specks, and small light… (337-186). Learn More »

AUGUST KOLLNER ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR SKETCH OF A HORSE - 'MILITARY CAMP'

AUGUST KOLLNER ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR SKETCH OF A HORSE - 'MILITARY CAMP'

Pencil and watercolor sketch on paper. 7" x 4.5", mounted on paper to an overall size of 10.25" x 8.75". Unsigned. "Pottsville, Pa / Sept. 1863" lower left corner. Margin note reads "Sketched by /… (557-03). Learn More »

$750.00
Originally $950.00

RARE ALEXANDER GARDNER AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

RARE ALEXANDER GARDNER AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

Dated Washington, DC 15th April, 1878. Pre-printed letter-head: "The / Washington Beneficial Endowment Association / of the District of Columbia…". One page letter written in ink on lined paper… (337-181). Learn More »

CONGRESSIONAL CIRCULAR - GETTYSBURG ASYLUM LOTTERY

CONGRESSIONAL CIRCULAR - GETTYSBURG ASYLUM LOTTERY

Letter from the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, in answer to a resolution of the House of 12th instant, relative to the Gettysburg Asylum Lottery." US House of Representatives, 40th Congress, 2d… (337-139). Learn More »

FRAMED AUTOGRAPH OF JAMES A. HARDIE, UNION GENERAL

FRAMED AUTOGRAPH OF JAMES A. HARDIE, UNION GENERAL

Autograph dated August 25, 1865 and reads "Jas A Hardie M Gen USA for autograph." Description on the back reads "James Allen Hardie was born in New York City on May 5, 1823. Before receiving an… (534-08). Learn More »

VICKSBURG DAILY CITIZEN, ON WALLPAPER "THE GRANT EDITION", 1885

VICKSBURG DAILY CITIZEN, ON WALLPAPER "THE GRANT EDITION", 1885

Measuring 19 x12", "this paper is a reproduction of 'The Vicksburg Daily Citizen,' as found by union soldier when Grant captured the City. Agents wanted to sell it. Price 5 cents. The Usual Discount… (337-178A). Learn More »


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US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S ENGLISH MADE MAMALUKE WITH IVORY GRIP

Manufactured: England  Maker: Unmarked  Year: C1820-25  Model: Mamaluke Size: 35.8 inch blade, 1.21 wide  Condition: Excellent+ Tri-color blade - blue, gold and "white" of flat design. Ship's Mast, American Eagle, Standing Indian figure and… (870-76). Learn More »

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