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THE NEW YORK TIMES, APRIL 27, 1865 WITH BLACK MOURNING BORDER [BATTLE OF SPANISH FORT]

THE NEW YORK TIMES, APRIL 27, 1865 WITH BLACK MOURNING BORDER [BATTLE OF SPANISH FORT]

8 pp., six columns, 15.75 X 22”. Front page with black mourning border for Lincoln assassination. Full coverage of “THE CAMPAIGN IN ALABAMA”, and the final serious action of the war at Mobile… (L3393). Learn More »

$50.00
Originally $75.00
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NEW YORK TRIBUNE – JULY 7, 1863 – GETTYSBURG

NEW YORK TRIBUNE – JULY 7, 1863 – GETTYSBURG

This is the much sought-after July 7, 1863 edition of the New York Tribune with a large map of Gettysburg on the front page. Articles relating to “The Great Victory” and additional stories… (L15410). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $350.00
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LOUISVILLE  DAILY COURIER - SEPTEMBER 4, 1861 MORNING EDITION

LOUISVILLE DAILY COURIER - SEPTEMBER 4, 1861 MORNING EDITION

VOL.33/ NO. 56. 4pp., 7 columns, measuring 23 x 16”.  Exhibits light soiling w/chipped upper left corners. Else VG & entirely legible. This paper was published a month after the Confederate… (L13703). Learn More »

$55.00
Originally $75.00

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, APRIL 12, 1862 - BATTLES OF NEW BERNE/ ISLAND NO. 10/ WINCHESTER, VA

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, APRIL 12, 1862 - BATTLES OF NEW BERNE/ ISLAND NO. 10/ WINCHESTER, VA

Vol. VI—No. 276. 16 pp. [225-240], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features portrait sketches of Major General Buell and Brigadier General Shields, and… (998-1846). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, MARCH 15, 1862 – FORT DONELSON

HARPER’S WEEKLY, MARCH 15, 1862 – FORT DONELSON

Vol. VI—No. 272. 16 pp. [161-176], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features two split level illustrations of Ft. Donelson—[1] “General View of Fort… (998-1849). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED JANUARY 10, 1863

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED JANUARY 10, 1863

Vol. II.—No. 315. 16 pp., [17-32], 4 column, numerous illustrations. Front cover features illustration of “Rebel Negro Pickets As Seen Through A Field-glass.” Along with explanatory editorial… (998-1851). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 7, 1863 – ARKANSAS POST

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 7, 1863 – ARKANSAS POST

Vol. VII—No. 319. 16 pp. [81-96], with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features portraits of Rear-Admiral David Porter and Major General John McClernand. The former… (998-1852). Learn More »

$45.00
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NEW YORK TIMES SUPPLEMENT, MAY 8, 1862 – CAPTURE OF NEW ORLEANS

NEW YORK TIMES SUPPLEMENT, MAY 8, 1862 – CAPTURE OF NEW ORLEANS

8 pp., 6 columns. Front page features large centered map, titled: “The Expedition To New Orleans”, which shows “the Situation of the Rebel Forts on the Lower Mississippi, and the Position of our… (L5478A). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 21, 1862 – CORINTH, MS

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 21, 1862 – CORINTH, MS

Vol. VI—No. 286. 16 pp. [385-400], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features three Corinth sketches—[1] “Railroad Junction Near Corinth”, [2]… (998-1842). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 19, 1862 – PENINSULA CAMPAIGN

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 19, 1862 – PENINSULA CAMPAIGN

Vol. VI—No. 290. 16 pp. [449-464], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features portrait sketches of Union general George A. McCall, and Fitz-John Porter,… (998-1841). Learn More »

1885 REPRINT OF VICKSBURG NEWSPAPER ON WALLPAPER

1885 REPRINT OF VICKSBURG NEWSPAPER ON WALLPAPER

This is an 1885 copy of the Vicksburg newspaper originally called “THE DAILY CITIZEN.” The original single page newspaper was printed on a piece of colorful wallpaper. Offered here is a copy,… (526-74). Learn More »

ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE, VA - DECEMBER 31, 1862

ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE, VA - DECEMBER 31, 1862

Volume LXIII/ Number 320. Four pages, 12.25 x 9”, three columns. Exhibits chipping and some paper loss at the extremities, particularly to the second page, which has an approx. 2” x 2” piece… (959-13). Learn More »

ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE, VA. - DECEMBER 30, 1862

ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE, VA.- DECEMBER 30, 1862

Volume LXIII/ Number 319. Four pages, 12.25 x 9”, three columns. Exhibits light chipping and soiling at the extremities. Else VG and entirely legible. Printed daily, the Alexandria Gazette… (959-14). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 3, 1865 – LINCOLN CONSPIRATOR TRIAL

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 3, 1865 – LINCOLN CONSPIRATOR TRIAL

Vol. IX—No. 440. 16 pp. [337-352], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features “Check-Mate”, a cartoon illustration of the “C.S.A.” playing chess… (959-22). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED MAY 27, 1865 – LINCOLN FUNERAL OBSEQUIES

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED MAY 27, 1865 – LINCOLN FUNERAL OBSEQUIES

Vo. IX—489. 16pp., [321-336], 4 columns, featuring striking cover of Lithograph of Lewis Payne, Lincoln conspirator and failed assassin of Secretary of State Seward. Other front page stories treat… (959-18). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED MAY 20, 1865 – LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED MAY 20, 1865 – LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS

Vol. IX—NO. 438. 16pp., [305-320], including front page illustrations of Garret’s House and the Barn where John Wilkes Booth was shot, as well as Davy Herrold’s house near the Washington Navy… (959-19). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED MAY 20, 1865 – LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS

HARPER’S WEEKLY DATED MAY 20, 1865 – LINCOLN CONSPIRATORS

Vol. IX—NO. 438. 16pp., [305-320], including front page illustrations of Garret’s House and the Barn where John Wilkes Booth was shot, as well as Davy Herrold’s house near the Washington Navy… (959-20). Learn More »

THE RICHMOND EXAMINER - DATED JUNE 21, 1864

THE RICHMOND EXAMINER - DATED JUNE 21, 1864

Articles are titled, “THE WAR NEWS”, which covers Petersburg, Lynchburg, and Sheridan’s raids; “SHERIDAN’S DEFEAT”; “THE COURTS” and “CITY INTELLIGENCE”, which tells of felonies,… (665-05). Learn More »

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, MAY 10, 1865

THE LIBERATOR - BOSTON, MAY 10, 1865

Vol. XXV. No. 20. 4 pp., 6 columns. Exhibits fold-marks and light chipping of vertical fold-line at top margin. Founded in the 1831 by William Lloyd Garrison, the Liberator became the country’s… (890-38). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 13, 1863 – GRANT / VICKSBURG

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 13, 1863 – GRANT / VICKSBURG

Vol. VII—No. 337. 16 pp. [369-384], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features story and two illustrations featuring Major-General John Logan and his… (490-866). Learn More »


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US MODEL 1860 AMES CAVALRY OFFICER’S SABER WITH WOOD LINED STEEL SCABBARD

Manufactured: Chicopee, Mass. Maker: Ames Mfg. Co. Year: Civil War Model: M1860 Size: 35 inch blade Condition: Excellent+ This regulation M1860 Cavalry Officer has the decorated guard with the eagle, decorated branches and pommel. The grip is… (870-122). Learn More »

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