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SOLDIER LETTER GROUP - SERGEANT WILLIAM STRAWBRIDGE, 104th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

SOLDIER LETTER GROUP - SERGEANT WILLIAM STRAWBRIDGE, 104th PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Group consists of 52 letters written from Strawbridge to his mother, dating from 4/28/1861 to 9/22/1864, while serving with Co. “G”, 1st PA Infantry [4/20/1861 to 7/27/1861] and with Co. “H”,… (801-390). Learn More »

SOLDIER LETTER GROUP - PRIVATE JEFFERSON GALBRAITH, 173rd AND 195TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

SOLDIER LETTER GROUP - PRIVATE JEFFERSON GALBRAITH, 173rd AND 195TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Consisting of 20 letters written from Private  Galbraith to his mother—[single cover address:“Mrs. E.F. Galbraith/ Bainbridge/ Lancaster Co./ PA”]-- while serving with two PA regiments, the… (344-3216). Learn More »

U.S. PAY VOUCHER — HENRY B. COLE, ASST. SURGEON, & AFRICAN AMERICAN SERVANT JOHN LITTLE, 128TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

U.S. PAY VOUCHER — HENRY B. COLE, ASST. SURGEON, & AFRICAN AMERICAN SERVANT JOHN LITTLE, 128TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEERS

Dated “9 Jan 1863”. Pre-printed government form, 10 x 16.5. Exhibits fold-marks, and light yellowing, else VG and entirely legible. Pay and ration document for 28 days / December 1862.… (475-214). Learn More »

$60.00
Originally $75.00

1862 ADS DIRECTED TO GEN. BURNSIDE, WITH SEVERAL 9TH CORPS RELATED SIGNATURES INCLUDING MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER GEN. ORLANDO B. WILLCOX

1862 ADS DIRECTED TO GEN. BURNSIDE, WITH SEVERAL 9TH CORPS RELATED SIGNATURES INCLUDING MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER GEN. ORLANDO B. WILLCOX

One page letter on 9 ¾” x 7 ¾” lined paper. Dated “Head Quarters 103d N.Y. Vols. / Pleasant Valley Md. October 13, 1862”.  Directed to “Major General Burnside, Commanding 9th Army… (475-204). Learn More »

$375.00
Originally $425.00

1890 ALS CS GEN. WADE HAMPTON

1890 ALS CS GEN. WADE HAMPTON

This post-Civil War letter, written in ink, is 1 2/3 pages in length, 5x8”.  Dated “Washn Sept 3d 1890” and directed to Episcopal Reverend Beverly D. Tucker. Overall very fine condition, all… (475-200). Learn More »

$295.00
Originally $350.00

FRAMED CIVIL WAR PERIOD DOCUMENT FOR SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VIRGINIA

FRAMED CIVIL WAR PERIOD DOCUMENT FOR SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VIRGINIA

This document is headed “LIST OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL OFFICERS OF THE COUNTY OF SHENANDOAH.” The document then lists 42 names of citizens of the county who were elected in 1865 or 1866 to… (406-310). Learn More »

US M1849 POCKET COLT REVOLVER AND OTHER ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO LT. COLONEL CHARLES EWING, 4TH NEW JERSEY INFANTRY

US M1849 POCKET COLT REVOLVER AND OTHER ITEMS IDENTIFIED TO LT. COLONEL CHARLES EWING, 4TH NEW JERSEY INFANTRY

Consists of Ewing’s engraved M1849 pocket colt revolver, a pair major’s shoulders straps, and a chromo colored lithograph of “Lieut.-Col. Charles Ewing, Major Com’d’g 4th Regt. N.J. Vols.,… (362-778). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG TRANSIT COMPANY $50.00 STOCK CERTIFICATE, 1898

GETTYSBURG TRANSIT COMPANY $50.00 STOCK CERTIFICATE, 1898

Stock certificate features an image of soldiers on horseback and is surrounded in a decorative green border. Wording reads, ”No. 4 / 120 Shares / This certifies that William M. Burk is entitled to… (919-01). Learn More »

CLIPPED SIGNATURE OF COL. WILLIAM ROGERS, 21ST NEW YORK VOL. INFANTRY

CLIPPED SIGNATURE OF COL. WILLIAM ROGERS, 21ST NEW YORK VOL. INFANTRY

Signature was taken from a letter. It reads, “APPROVED AND RESECTFULLY FOR-WARDED. CAPT. CANFIELD WAS VERY SEV-ERELY WOUNDED IN THE FORT AS STATED. W.F. ROGERS/ COL. 21ST N.Y.I. VOLS / CMDR. 3RD… (889-143). Learn More »

ORIGINAL SHEET MUSIC FOR “E PLURIBUS UNUM”

ORIGINAL SHEET MUSIC FOR “E PLURIBUS UNUM”

Original copy of “E PLURIBUS UNUM: AN AMERICAN NATIONAL SONG” with words and music by CAPT. G. W. CUTTER. Copyright date is 1849; we believe this particular printing to be of the Civil War… (668-33). Learn More »

NOTE TO SHARPS MFG. CO. WITH 1870’S BUSINESS CARD FOR PENNSYLVANIA GUNSMITH

NOTE TO SHARPS MFG. CO. WITH 1870’S BUSINESS CARD FOR PENNSYLVANIA GUNSMITH

Handwritten note in period ink to the Sharps Manufacturing Company that reads: DAWSONS STATION MARCH 5TH SHARPS MANUFACTORING CO. PLEASE SEND ME PRICE LIST OF YOUR SPORTING RIFLES TRADE PRICE LIST.… (668-45). Learn More »

SANITARY POLICE NOTICE FROM SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA, 1892

SANITARY POLICE NOTICE FROM SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA, 1892

This notice reads, “The Commissioners of Salem will meet at the Commissioner’s Hall, on Friday evening, July 15th, 1892, to receive bids for a Sanitary Policeman to serve the remainder of the… (843-03). Learn More »

EARLY LITHOGRAPH AND CLIPPED SIGNATURE OF U.S. GENERAL FRANZ SIGEL

EARLY LITHOGRAPH AND CLIPPED SIGNATURE OF U.S. GENERAL FRANZ SIGEL

This lithograph is an image of Franz Sigel standing in uniform. In the background are soldiers, horses and a U.S. flag. Below image type reads, “Likeness from a recent photograph from life. Johnson,… (462-101). Learn More »

EARLY GETTYSBURG MAP

EARLY GETTYSBURG MAP

Folding lithograph map of the Gettysburg battlefield with the troop positions labeled at their location. Below map is a plan for the Soldier’s National Cemetery and a statement by General Meade that… (801-383). Learn More »

$65.00
SOLD

THE SPRINGFIELD MUSKET – ORIGINAL 1889 EDITION W/FACSIMILE COPY OF 1864 EDITION

THE SPRINGFIELD MUSKET – ORIGINAL 1889 EDITION W/FACSIMILE COPY OF 1864 EDITION

Springfield, Mass, Dec. 20-23, Numbers 1-4. 8 pp., 9.5 x 12.75”. Plus The Springfield Musket, Dec. 20, 1889. The Junior Edition. No. 3. 12 pp, 11 x14, with same masthead. This patriotic periodical… (734-25). Learn More »

FRAMED BRADY PHOTOGRAPH & LETTER OF GENERAL JAMES LONGSTREET WITH POST MASTER JOHN M.G. PARKER

FRAMED BRADY PHOTOGRAPH & LETTER OF GENERAL JAMES LONGSTREET WITH POST MASTER JOHN M.G. PARKER

This is an outstanding collectible of both an original photo, plus letter written and signed by General James Longstreet. Photograph was taken in Matthew Brady’s studio in November of 1865 while… (573-57). Learn More »

HILARIOUS 1885 BROADSIDE—“RED HOT AND STILL A HEATING.”

HILARIOUS 1885 BROADSIDE—“RED HOT AND STILL A HEATING.”

Printed by Republic Print Office, Winston, NC, April 1885. Measures 11 x 6”. Mounted securely and handsomely on beige burlap board, 11 x 5.75”. Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping along the edges,… (843-05). Learn More »

$80.00
Originally $100.00

1857 ANTE-BELLUM BROADSIDE - SALEM, NC

1857 ANTE-BELLUM BROADSIDE - SALEM, NC

On lightly yellowing paper, measuring 16.75 x 12”. Exhibits fold-marks & slight chipping at the margins. Also neatly reinforced width-wise w/ narrow length of beige museum tape. Else VG &… (843-02). Learn More »

$280.00
Originally $350.00

“JEB STUART” SCULPTURE BY TERRY JONES

“JEB STUART” SCULPTURE BY TERRY JONES

A limited edition cold cast bronze sculpture by Terry Jones from 1996. The piece is numbered 39 of 400. It is on a hardwood base with a gold title plate. It stands approximately 13 ½” tall and the… (871-09). Learn More »

HANDWRITTEN COPY OF NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE - DEATH OF 1ST LT. HENRY B. HIDDEN, 1ST NEW YORK CAVALRY

HANDWRITTEN COPY OF NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE - DEATH OF 1ST LT. HENRY B. HIDDEN, 1ST NEW YORK CAVALRY

Henry B. Hidden was 24 years old when he enlisted on 8/5/61 at New York City as a 1st Lt. On that date he was commissioned into Co. H, 1st New York Cavalry. He was killed on 3/9/62 at Sangsten's… (526-77). Learn More »


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M1826 MARINE CORPS MAMALUKE SWORD BY HORSTMANN & SONS

Manufactured: Philadelphia Maker: Horstmann & Sons Year: c1830 - 59 Model: M1826 Size: 32 inch Condition: Excellent+ The 1826 styles of the Marine Mamaluke have brought about straighter blades, acid etched blade designs, more curvature to the… (870-81). Learn More »

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