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CONFEDERATE WAR TAX RECEIPT

CONFEDERATE WAR TAX RECEIPT

Preprinted document filled out in period ink. Item meas. approx. 6.50 x 2.75 inches. Document is dated May 23, 1862 and shows that James A. Brooks paid $159. 46 in war tax for the year… (998-364). Learn More »

DOCUMENT FOR PAY TO FAMILY OF 51ST VIRGINIA SOLDIER’S FAMILY

DOCUMENT FOR PAY TO FAMILY OF 51ST VIRGINIA SOLDIER’S FAMILY

Preprinted document dated January 1, 1863 and filled out in period ink. The document shows that Wythe County pays $5.00 to Mrs. Martha Smith for supplies. The document states that she is part of the… (998-357). Learn More »

PAMPHLET ON SPEECH OF NORTH CAROLINA STATE SENATOR - DECEMBER 19, 1860

PAMPHLET ON SPEECH OF NORTH CAROLINA STATE SENATOR - DECEMBER 19, 1860

This 16 page pamphlet is titled “REMARKS OF HON. BEDFORD BROWN OF CASWELL, MADE IN THE SENATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, ON DEC. 19TH, 1860, ON THE RESOLUTION OF MR. HALL, OF NEW HANOVER, ON FEDERAL… (998-355). Learn More »

NICE SHEET OF CONFEDERATE PATRIOTIC STATIONERY – VIRGINIA STATE SEAL

NICE SHEET OF CONFEDERATE PATRIOTIC STATIONERY – VIRGINIA STATE SEAL

Sheet of white, blue lined paper meas. approx. 6.25 x 8.50 inches. Folded it runs four pages. Upper left corner is decorated with a red and white striped field with 11 white stars in a blue upper… (998-352). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SPECIAL ORDER RELATING TO 2ND SOUTH CAROLINA RIFLES

CONFEDERATE SPECIAL ORDER RELATING TO 2ND SOUTH CAROLINA RIFLES

Preprinted document filled out in period ink. Document meas. approx. 7.50 x 9.75 inches. Item is in good condition with light surface dirt and light discoloration from age. Document reads; ADJUTANT… (998-351). Learn More »

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JUNE 17, 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS DURING PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL COMMISSION VISIT TO ROSECRANS' ARMY IN MURPHREESBORO - MENTION OF GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN

JUNE 17, 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS DURING PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL COMMISSION VISIT TO ROSECRANS' ARMY IN MURPHREESBORO - MENTION OF GETTYSBURG CAMPAIGN

FROM J.F. KREPS TO WIFE. Dated “Camp near Murfreesboro / Wednesday June 17th 1863.” 6 pp., in ink on lined paper. 7.75 x 9.75”. Exhibits fold-marks. Else VG. In protective sleeve. Accompanied by… (945-488). Learn More »

JUNE 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS DURING PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL COMMISSION VISIT TO ROSECRANS' ARMY IN MURPHREESBORO, WITH MENTIONS OF SOLDIER SONS (77TH PA, 15TH PA CAVALRY)

JUNE 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS DURING PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL COMMISSION VISIT TO ROSECRANS' ARMY IN MURPHREESBORO, WITH MENTIONS OF SOLDIER SONS (77TH PA, 15TH PA CAVALRY)

FROM J.F. KREBS TO “WIFE & CHILDREN.” Dated “Camp near Murfreesboro / June 8th 1863.” 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75”. Exhibits fold-marks & slight soiling on  lower… (945-487). Learn More »

MAY 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS DURING PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL COMMISSION VISIT TO ROSECRANS' ARMY IN MURPHREESBORO, WITH MENTIONS OF SOLDIER SONS

MAY 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS DURING PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTAL COMMISSION VISIT TO ROSECRANS' ARMY IN MURPHREESBORO, WITH MENTIONS OF SOLDIER SONS

FROM J.F. KREPS TO "DEAR WIFE & CHILDREN". Dated “Camp near Murfreesboro/ May 20th 1863.” 6 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75.” Exhibits fold-marks & slight soiling on fold-marks,… (945-486). Learn More »

POSTWAR RAILROAD DOCUMENT SIGNED BY CONFEDERATE ARTILLERYMAN FRANK HUGER

POSTWAR RAILROAD DOCUMENT SIGNED BY CONFEDERATE ARTILLERYMAN FRANK HUGER

Document is a Norfolk & Western Railroad Company bill dated October 1887 and signed at bottom by Frank Huger as Superintendent of the Western Division. Signature is in strong period… (1054-2286). Learn More »

DOCUMENT OF CONTRIBUTIONS FOR PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS WITH CDVs OF A DONOR WHO SERVED AND HIS WIFE

DOCUMENT OF CONTRIBUTIONS FOR PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS WITH CDVs OF A DONOR WHO SERVED AND HIS WIFE

Document meas. approx. 5.25 x 8.00 inches and is in good condition with minor foxing around the edges. Document reads: LIME RIDGE PENNA  30TH/63 WE THE UNDERSIGNED AGREE TO PAY THE SUM OPPOSITE OUR… (1054-2311). Learn More »

MAY 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS DURING PA REGIMENTAL COMMISSION VISIT TO ROSECRANS' ARMY

MAY 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS DURING PA REGIMENTAL COMMISSION VISIT TO ROSECRANS' ARMY

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON GEORGE. Dated “Camp near Murfreesboro/ May 17th 1863. 6 pp. in ink, on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75.” Exhibits fold-marks, front page fold-marks lightly soiled. Else VG and… (945-485). Learn More »

MAY 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS WHILE ENROUTE TO ROSECRANS' ARMY IN TENNESSEE

MAY 1863 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS WHILE EN ROUTE TO ROSECRANS' ARMY IN TENNESSEE

FROM J.F. KREPS TO “DEAR WIFE AND CHILDREN.” Dated “Louisville, May 13th 1863.”  2 pp. in ink on lined blue “Hotel Louisville” letterhead paper, 7.5. 9.75.” Exhibits fold-marks and… (945-484). Learn More »

JUNE 1862 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO HIS WIFE

JUNE 1862 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO SOLDIER SON SERVING IN 77TH PENNSYLVANIA

FROM J.F. KREPS TO SON FRANK [77TH PA]. Dated “West Newton [PA], June 5th 1862.” 4 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5 x 8.” Somewhat fragile w/light chipping along fold-lines—front page w/archival… (945-483). Learn More »

AUGUST 1861 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO HIS WIFE

AUGUST 1861 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO HIS WIFE

FROM J.F. KREPS TO WIFE ELIZA. Dated, “Aug. 17, 1861/ Washington City.” 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 8 x 9.75.” Exhibits fold-marks and one or two patches of slight foxing. Else VG and… (945-482). Learn More »

AUGUST 1861 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO HIS WIFE

AUGUST 1861 CIVIL WAR LETTER FROM LEBANON, PA RESIDENT JACOB FORNEY KREPS TO HIS WIFE

FROM J.F. KREPS TO “DEAR WIFE.” Dated “Harrisburg/ August 7, 1861.” 3 pp. in ink, on lined paper, 8 x 9.75.” Exhibits fold-marks and a few light patches of foxing. Else VG and entirely… (945-481). Learn More »

WASHINGTON ARSENAL LETTER DATED NOV. 12, 1863

WASHINGTON ARSENAL LETTER DATED NOV. 12, 1863

Regarding order of spare parts for Colt’s .55 cal. 1860 Army Revolvers. Addressed to Thos J. Fales, Esq., Secy Colts Pat. Fire Arms Co. Hartford Conn. Signed by a Captain whose name is not… (976-18). Learn More »

PRE-PRINTED FORM -  “OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF CONTRACT ARMS”, DATED MARCH 1865

PRE-PRINTED FORM - “OFFICE OF INSPECTOR OF CONTRACT ARMS”, DATED MARCH 1865

Heading reads 240 Broadway, New York, March 1, 1865. Measures approx. 7 ½” x 9 ½”. Addressed to Colt’s P.F.A. Co. Hartford CT. Requesting Colt Navy Revolver (old pattern) parts to be sent to… (976-15). Learn More »

PRE-PRINTED FORM WITH FANTASTIC WOODCUT AT TOP

PRE-PRINTED FORM WITH FANTASTIC WOODCUT AT TOP

“HEADQUARTERS, / Second Brigade / Sixth Division Illinois Militia / Chicago April 21, 1861.” Great woodcut with American Eagle / US flags and panoply of arms, drums, etc. “Recd of Col. R. Fowler… (976-16). Learn More »

“JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN” JULY 2, 1863, BY RON TUNISON

“JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN” JULY 2, 1863, BY RON TUNISON

A cold cast bronze sculpture, titled "JOSHUA L. CHAMBERLAIN" by Ron Tunison, dated 1993. Numbered “D.S. 5/5”. We’ve not seen the “D.S.” marking before; we assume it’s akin to being an… (976-03). Learn More »

USED CONFEDERATE COVER WITH STAMP AND POSTMARK

USED CONFEDERATE COVER WITH STAMP AND POSTMARK

Envelope is made out to “MRS. WM M. BLACKFORD, BOX 6, LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA.” Upper left corner has a CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA 10 cent stamp with bust of Jeff Davis at center. Post mark around… (998-361). Learn More »


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US CARTRIDGE BOX ID’D TO MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT JOHN M. DEANE OF THE 3RD & 29TH MASSACHSUETTS INFANTRY

This infantry cartridge box was preserved by the family with a significant trove of artifacts belonging John M. Deane that we are offering in separate sales. When the war broke out Deane was a 29 year-old teacher in Freetown, Mass. He had been in the… (846-210). Learn More »

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