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TUNISON SCULPTURE OF LONGSTREET AND PICKETT

TUNISON SCULPTURE OF LONGSTREET AND PICKETT

Limited Edition Cold Cast Bronze Sculpture Number by Ron F. Tunison. Commissioned by the American Print Galley in Gettysburg PA and released in 1988. The piece depicts Generals George Pickett and… (595-1982). Learn More »

“ADVANCE THE STANDARD” BY RON TUNISON

“ADVANCE THE STANDARD” BY RON TUNISON

Available is a cold cast bronze sculpture titled "Advance the Colors Standard" by Ron Tunison, dated 1990. Numbered 212 of 350. It is on a hardwood base with a gold title plate. It stands… (2023-2755). Learn More »

JULY 1863 LETTER BY FAMED COL. JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN OF THE 20TH MAINE

JULY 1863 LETTER BY FAMED COL. JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN OF THE 20TH MAINE

This letter comes from the hand of famed Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain of the 20th Maine and is written to his wife from his shelter tent in the Shenandoah Valley near Front Royal. Dated July… (557-250). Learn More »

DECEMBER 1862 LETTER WRITTEN BY COL. JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN TO HIS WIFE FANNY

DECEMBER 1862 LETTER WRITTEN BY COL. JOSHUA LAWRENCE CHAMBERLAIN TO HIS WIFE FANNY

Here we have a letter written by a man who needs no introduction, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain. This four-page letter is written on standard 8.5 inch by 11 inch unlined paper. In period ink,… (557-250B). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE IMPRESSMENT DOCUMENT

CONFEDERATE IMPRESSMENT DOCUMENT

Dated Dec. 6th, 1864. Pre-printed lined form 19, measuring 8.5 x 11". The Confederate States, to: Robert W. Hines (in ink), 20 barrels of corn at $5 a bushel--$500; 17 bushels of peas at $7.50 a… (2024-1103). Learn More »

REPRODUCTION VICKSBURG NEWSPAPER

REPRODUCTION VICKSBURG NEWSPAPER

Reproduced copy of the Daily Citizen published in Vicksburg, Mississippi under editor J.M Swords.  Copy is of the July 2nd, 1863 issue, two days before the fall of Vicksburg to Federal forces. … (1070-89). Learn More »

$12.50
Originally $25.00
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ARMY / NAVY JOURNAL—NEW YORK, JUNE 17, 1865

ARMY / NAVY JOURNAL—NEW YORK, JUNE 17, 1865

Volume II, 43. Whole Number 95. 16 pp., 10” x 15, 3 columns. Exhibits light chipping at the extremities, else VG. Contains the Official Report of General George Meade upon the closing operations… (766-1809). Learn More »

$45.00
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THE MAGNOLIA WEEKLY—A HOME JOURNAL OF LITERATURE & GENERAL NEWS

THE MAGNOLIA WEEKLY—A HOME JOURNAL OF LITERATURE & GENERAL NEWS

Dated Richmond, VA., April 30, 1864. Vol 11-No. 31. 8pp., 11.5”  x 16, four columns. Inked name on front cover right margin—“Miss Sara Hooper.”  Exhibits fold marks, light fading &… (1179-1837). Learn More »

SELECTION OF SONG SHEETS

Below is listed a selection of Civil War song sheets.  Click on the links to see photos of each. Please provide item #’s when placing your order.         ITEM#                      … (1179-). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, APRIL 2, 1864 - GETTYSBURG CEMETERY

HARPER’S WEEKLY, APRIL 2, 1864 - GETTYSBURG CEMETERY

Vol VII—no. 379. 16 pp. (209-224), 4 columns, 16.5 x11”, w/numerous illustrations and cartoons. Exhibits chipping of left cover margin; minor light scattered soiling/foxing. Else VG. Front cover… (1179-1818). Learn More »

$45.00
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HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 25, 1863 – VICKSBURG, GETTYSBURG

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 25, 1863 – VICKSBURG, GETTYSBURG

Vol. VII—No. 343. 16 pp. [465-480, four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features magnificent full page portrait of “Major General Ulysses S. Grant… (1179-1825). Learn More »

$45.00
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HARPER’S WEEKLY, JULY 11, 1863 — GENERAL MEADE, THE INVASION OF THE NORTH TO GETTYSBURG / SIEGES OF VICKSBURG AND PORT HUDSON

HARPER’S WEEKLY, JULY 11, 1863 — GENERAL MEADE, THE INVASION OF THE NORTH TO GETTYSBURG / SIEGES OF VICKSBURG AND PORT HUDSON

Vol. VII—No. 341. 16 pp. [433-448], four columns, w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front page features a full portrait of “Major-General George G. Meade, The New Commander of the… (1179-1824). Learn More »

$150.00
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HARPER’S WEEKLY, APRIL 5, 1862—ASSAULT ON ISLAND NO. 10/ BURNSIDE EXPEDITION TO NORTH CAROLINA

HARPER’S WEEKLY, APRIL 5, 1862—ASSAULT ON ISLAND NO. 10/ BURNSIDE EXPEDITION TO NORTH CAROLINA

Vol. VI—No. 275. 16 pp. [209-224], four columns, w/numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features dramatic pull page illustration of “The Rebel Steamer “Nashville”… (1179-1819). Learn More »

VERY RARE ORDNANCE RETURN FOR JOHNSTON’S COMMAND IN JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, JUNE 1863

VERY RARE ORDNANCE RETURN FOR JOHNSTON’S COMMAND IN JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, JUNE 1863

“Report of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores of Troops Under Command of Gen’l Johnston, June 1863.” This wonderful document is framed and measures approximately 82” long x 17” high overall. The… (236-827). Learn More »

NEW YORK HERALD FRONT PAGE - APRIL 15, 1865

NEW YORK HERALD FRONT PAGE - APRIL 15, 1865

Measuring 16” x 21.75.  In period wooden frame, w/gilt inner trim. Mounted on white card  22.25 x 28.25. With wooden reverse backing and hang-wire. This front page is from the 8:10 Am… (490-6359). Learn More »

$150.00
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WASHINGTON MONUMENT MADE OF MACERATED GREENBACKS

WASHINGTON MONUMENT MADE OF MACERATED GREENBACKS

Souvenirs molded from macerated U.S. currency were popular among tourists in Washington, D.C., from about 1875 into the 1920s. This is a miniature Washington Monument showing lots of tiny flecks of… (1202-145). Learn More »

LIBERTY BELL MADE OF MACERATED GREENBACKS

LIBERTY BELL MADE OF MACERATED GREENBACKS

This is a miniature Liberty Bell with a label having some minor losses on the edges but clearly reading: “Made of U.S. National Greenbacks / redeemed and macerated at the U.S. / Estimated $1,000.… (1202-144). Learn More »

WASHINGTON BUST MADE OF MACERATED GREENBACKS

WASHINGTON BUST MADE OF MACERATED GREENBACKS

Souvenirs molded from macerated U.S. currency were popular among tourists in Washington, D.C., from about 1875 into the 1920s. This is a small portrait bust of Washington still showing some bits of… (1202-143). Learn More »

LINCOLN STOVEPIPE HAT OF MACERATED U.S. GREENBACKS BY O. DUKE

LINCOLN STOVEPIPE HAT OF MACERATED U.S. GREENBACKS BY O. DUKE

This portrait bust of Lincoln was molded from macerated U.S. currency, a popular genre of souvenir among tourists of Washington, D.C., from about 1875 into the 1920s, who might be impressed by the… (1202-138). Learn More »

$395.00
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LINCOLN STOVEPIPE HAT OF MACERATED U.S. CURRENCY BY O. DUKE

LINCOLN STOVEPIPE HAT OF MACERATED U.S. CURRENCY BY O. DUKE

Souvenirs made of macerated U.S. currency were popular among tourists of  Washington, D.C., from about 1875 into the 1920s. This is a top hat molded with the relatively straight sides of the… (1202-140). Learn More »


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UNION CAVALRY GENERAL WILLIAM WELLS’ FIELD BLOUSE: MEDAL OF HONOR FOR GETTYSBURG WHERE HE RODE IN THE LEAD OF FARNSWORTH’S CHARGE; BRIGADE COMMANDER UNDER CUSTER; BLOUSE ACTUALLY WORN IN ONE OF HIS PHOTOS

This coat is the epitome of a Civil War Union general’s field uniform, a blouse following the popular sack coat pattern of the period, looking somewhat like an enlisted man’s fatigue blouse and suitable for campaign wear, but with a double row of… (1179-281). Learn More »

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