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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 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 »

1914 THEODORE ROOSVELT TLS TO ONE OF HIS ROUGH RIDERS

1914 THEODORE ROOSVELT TLS TO ONE OF HIS ROUGH RIDERS

Dated “Theodore Roosevelt,  /Thirty East Forty Second Street / New York City / December 31st, 1914.” With envelope [stamp removed] addressed to Ben. R. Daniel, Esq., Warren, Arizona. Reverse… (846-258). Learn More »

1904 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, TLS, WHITE HOUSE STATIONERY

1904 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, TLS, WHITE HOUSE STATIONERY

Dated “Oyster Bay, N.Y. / September 5, 1904.”  Addressed to “Gen. Wilmon Blackmar / Commander-in Chief, G.A.R. / 95 Milk Street / Boston, Massachusetts.”  One page, 8.75” x 7. Exhibits… (846-259). Learn More »

$725.00
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1902 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, EXECUTIVE ORDER, TLS

1902 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, EXECUTIVE ORDER, TLS

Dated “White House, January 17, 1902.” Signed by Roosevelt , w/endorsement to “William W. Blackmar /Dpmt Commander Mass.”  Accompanied by Navy Department letter, dated “January 21, 1902,”… (846-257). Learn More »

1852 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION - VIRGINIA GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENT OF ELECTORS FOR THE COUNTY OF NELSON

1852 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION - VIRGINIA GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENT OF ELECTORS FOR THE COUNTY OF NELSON

Signed by Governor “Jos. Johnson.” Dated “23rd day of July, A.D. 1852, and the 77th year of the Commonwealth.” Pre-printed form, one page on unlined paper, 10” x 8. Affixed with Virginia… (846-263). Learn More »

NOVEMBER 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

NOVEMBER 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUT. ADAM KREPS, CO. “E”, 92ND REGT. U.S.C.T., serving in Louisiana. Dated “Rostraver Township / November 17th 1865.” 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75”.… (945-515). Learn More »

$35.00
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OCTOBER 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

OCTOBER 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUT. ADAM KREPS, CO. “E”, 92ND REGT. U.S.C.T.,  serving in Louisiana. Dated “Rostraver Township Oct. 2 1865. [Includes orange cover, post-marked “West Newton PA /… (945-514). Learn More »

$35.00
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SEPTEMBER 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

SEPTEMBER 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUT. ADAM KREPS, CO. “E”, 92ND REGT. U.S.C.T., serving in Louisiana. Dated “Rostraver Township / Sept. 10 1865.”. 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75”. Exhibits… (945-513). Learn More »

$35.00
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SEPTEMBER 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

SEPTEMBER 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUT. ADAM KREPS, CO. “E”, 92ND REGT. U.S.C.T., serving in Louisiana. Dated “Rostraver Township / Sept. 3, 1865. Includes orange cover, post-marked “West Newton PA / Sep… (945-512). Learn More »

$40.00
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AUGUST 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS REGARDING HIS SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

AUGUST 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS REGARDING HIS SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

FROM J.F. KREPS TO UNIDENTIFIED MILITARY OFFICIAL. Dated “West Newton, Westmoreland County / Penna. Aug. 12th 1865. 2 pp. in ink on lined paper, 8 x 10”. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. In … (945-511). Learn More »

$40.00
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AUGUST 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

AUGUST 1865 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 92ND REGT. USCT

J.F. KREPS TO SON LIEUT. ADAM KREPS, CO. “E”, 92ND REGT. U.S.C.T., serving in Louisiana. Dated “West Newton” / Aug. 8th 1865.” [Includes orange cover, post-dated “West Newton, PA /… (945-510). Learn More »

$40.00
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FRAMED EARLY PAINTING OF C.S. FLAGS

FRAMED EARLY PAINTING OF C.S. FLAGS

Early, original painting features three crossed Confederate flags - the Third National Flag, the Battle Flag and the First National Flag. Below flags is an overlapped "CSA" in fancy script. Colors are… (846-147). Learn More »

$540.00
Originally $600.00

STATE OF GEORGIA MILITIA APPOINTMENT FOR LT. COL. DAVID KOLB LOVE WITH ACCOMPANYING PAIR OF TINTYPES

STATE OF GEORGIA MILITIA APPOINTMENT FOR LT. COL. DAVID KOLB LOVE WITH ACCOMPANYING PAIR OF TINTYPES

This item comes in a series of 6 individual pieces.  It contains a pair of tintypes, appointment/commission document, obituary and half of a Civil War period photo case.  The compilation pertains to… (846-146). Learn More »

$855.00
Originally $950.00


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CIVIL WAR EAGLE POMMEL PRESENTATION SWORD BY PATIENTS AT MOWER GENERAL HOSPITAL TO DR. J.A.C. HANLY, MARCH 20th, 1863

Mower General Hospital, first known as Chestnut Hill Hospital, was one of the largest U.S. General Hospitals. Planned and built in 1862, it opened in early 1863 and could hold 3600 patients. Covering 27 acres the complex included 47 wards and other… (870-613). Learn More »

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