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AUTOGRAPHED CDV OF MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM S. ROSECRANS

AUTOGRAPHED CDV OF MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM S. ROSECRANS

CDV is a waist-up, side view of General Rosecrans wearing a dark colored double breasted frock coat with shoulder straps. Bottom of mount is autographed in period ink, “W.S. ROSECRANS, MAJ… (846-51). Learn More »

$212.00
Originally $250.00

AUTOGRAPH OF MAJOR GENERAL SAMUEL PETER HEINTZELMAN

AUTOGRAPH OF MAJOR GENERAL SAMUEL PETER HEINTZELMAN

Signature in ink reads, “S.P. HEINTZELMAN”. Entirely legible, on clipped paper that measures 2 ¾” X 7/8”. Paper has yellowed with age and shows smudges. Also included is a page that was… (913-83). Learn More »

AUTOGRAPH OF GOVERNOR JOSEPH EMERSON BROWN

AUTOGRAPH OF GOVERNOR JOSEPH EMERSON BROWN

Signature in ink reads, “VERY RESPECTFULLY, JOSEPH E. BROWN”. Entirely legible, on clipped paper that measures 4 ½” x 2 ¼”. Paper has yellowed with age and shows some smudges. Also included… (913-88). Learn More »

AUTOGRAPH OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL BERNARD BEE

AUTOGRAPH OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL BERNARD BEE

Signature in ink reads, “BERN BEE”. Entirely legible, on clipped paper that measures 2 3/8”” x 5/8”. Paper has light smudges. Signature remains dark, with no fading. Barnard Elliott Bee Jr.… (913-68). Learn More »

AUTOGRAPH OF GENERAL NATHANIEL BANKS

AUTOGRAPH OF GENERAL NATHANIEL BANKS

Signature in ink reads, “YOURS, NAT BANKS, USA” on clipped paper that measures 2” X 1 5/8”. Paper has yellowed with age and shows spots. Signature is mounted on tan colored card stock with an… (913-82). Learn More »

CHECK FROM GETTYSBURG RESIDENT DAVID KENDLEHEART TO DR. J. WILLIAM O’NEAL

CHECK FROM GETTYSBURG RESIDENT DAVID KENDLEHEART TO DR. J. WILLIAM O’NEAL

This check was drawn on the Gettysburg National Bank and is so marked on the face. It was written by David Kendlehart to Dr. J. W. C. O’Neal who signed the check on the back. The check is dated… (L14539). Learn More »

SAMUEL COOPER AUTOGRAPH

SAMUEL COOPER AUTOGRAPH

Clipped single line-signature, running three inches in length, on faded brown ink, on paper 3.875 x .75” VG, and entirely legible. Samuel Cooper was a New Yorker, and career army officer [West… (913-408). Learn More »

HOWELL COBB AUTOGRAPH

HOWELL COBB AUTOGRAPH

Clipped signature, in slightly faded brown ink, on paper measuring 1.25 x 3.5.” Clear clan and entirely legible. Howell Cobb was a highly prominent figure in Confederate circles both political and… (913-87). Learn More »

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

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 »

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 »

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 »

AUTOGRAPHS OF C.S. CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS S. SUMMERFIELD & C.S. GENERAL MATT W. RANSOM, BOTH OF NORTH CAROLINA

AUTOGRAPHS OF C.S. CAPTAIN AUGUSTUS S. SUMMERFIELD & C.S. GENERAL MATT W. RANSOM, BOTH OF NORTH CAROLINA

Paper features autographs of two of North Carolina’s prominent citizens from the time of the Civil War and beyond. Top signature reads, “A.S. MERRIMON OF NORTH CAROLINA”. Bottom signature reads,… (L14307). Learn More »

1857 U.S. MARINE DISCHARGE FOR PRIVATE THOMAS READE - SIGNED BY COMMANDANT ARCHIBALD HENDERSON

1857 U.S. MARINE DISCHARGE FOR PRIVATE THOMAS READE - SIGNED BY COMMANDANT ARCHIBALD HENDERSON

Pre-printed form, 17 x 13.25, titled: “HONORABLE DISCHARGE FROM THE UNITED STATES CORPS OF MARINES. “ With appropriate blanks inked in, the discharge states that “Thomas Reade, Private of… (344-3226). Learn More »

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - EVANDER M. LAW, BRIGADIER GENERAL, CSA

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED - EVANDER M. LAW, BRIGADIER GENERAL, CSA

Post-war letter dated “Yorkville, SC, Sept. 24, 1890. 2 pp., in ink, on lined paper bearing the letterhead of the “Office of / County School Commissioner / York, County, S.C.” This letter is… (L14625). Learn More »

$400.00
Originally $600.00

CLIPPED SIGNATURE UNION BRIG. GEN. JAMES BARNES – 5TH CORPS DIVISION COMMANDER, SEVERELY WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

CLIPPED SIGNATURE UNION BRIG. GEN. JAMES BARNES – 5TH CORPS DIVISION COMMANDER, SEVERELY WOUNDED AT GETTYSBURG

Bold signature, in ink, on 7” x 7 1/8” section cut from a larger document.  “James Barnes. 5th Corps U.S.”  Excellent condition. Barnes, brigadier-general, was born in Boston, Mass., in… (L14617). Learn More »

$100.00
Originally $150.00

POST-WAR ALS BY MAJOR GENERAL DANIEL SICKLES TO SENATOR JOHN SHERMAN

POST-WAR ALS BY MAJOR GENERAL DANIEL SICKLES TO SENATOR JOHN SHERMAN

Brief four page letter dated June 17, 1877 on stationary of the BREVOORT HOUSE-FIFTH AVE. The letter is marked “PRIVATE” and is completely written in the recognizable scrawl of Dan Sickles. The… (L14602). Learn More »

$175.00
Originally $295.00

PRE-CIVIL WAR AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED — MAJOR GENERAL ALEXANDER HAYES

PRE-CIVIL WAR AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED — MAJOR GENERAL ALEXANDER HAYES

Written as a USMA Cadet. Dated Camp Totten, West Point, N.Y., July 30th 1843. Addressed to Mrs. Eliza Henderson, Mercer County PA. Red sealing wax trace, post-marked “WEST-IGINT/JULY 31/ NY”, with… (L14601). Learn More »

$450.00
Originally $650.00

CLIPPED SIGNATURE OF MAJOR GENERAL FRANK WHEATON

CLIPPED SIGNATURE OF MAJOR GENERAL FRANK WHEATON

Clipping is made up of two slips of paper. One piece meas. approx. 3.00 x 0.75 of an inch and reads “YOUR OBT: F. WHEATON.” This is mounted on a larger clipping that meas. approx. 3.25 x 1.25… (L14550). Learn More »

$75.00
Originally $110.00


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MODEL 1850 FOOT OFFICER’S SWORD ID’D TO 114TH PENNSYLVANIA OFFICER

This Model 1850 Foot Officer’s sword is identified to Lieutenant Almyne H. G. Richardson of Company K, 114th Pennsylvania Infantry. The sword is in overall excellent untouched condition. The blade is bright with only very light mottling scattered… (37-289). Learn More »

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