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LETTER COLLECTION—SURGEON BENJAMIN ROHRER, 10TH PA RESERVE REGIMENT (39TH PA INFANTRY)—IDA ROHRER, “DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT”

LETTER COLLECTION—SURGEON BENJAMIN ROHRER, 10TH PA RESERVE REGIMENT (39TH PA INFANTRY)—IDA ROHRER, “DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT”

Consisting of nine letters dating between August 1, 1861 and May 3, 1863. Includes four sent by Surgeon Rohrer to his wife and daughter Ida; two received by Rohrer from his former regimental colonel… (2021-918). Learn More »

MISSOURI STATE COMMISSION - CAPTAIN C.W. McCLAIN, CO. “D”, MERRILL’S HORSE [2ND MISSOURI (UNION) CAVALRY]

MISSOURI STATE COMMISSION - CAPTAIN C.W. McCLAIN, CO. “D”, MERRILL’S HORSE [2ND MISSOURI (UNION) CAVALRY]

Dated “St. Louis, Missouri, Twenty Fourth Day of October 1862.” Signed by Governor H.R. Gamble. Printed form, 7.75 x 10.5”, mounted on beige card. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. Calvin W. McClain… (2021-1134). Learn More »

GETTYSBURG COMMANDER GEN. GEORGE MEADE LITHOGRAPH WITH 1864 DATED SIGNATURE

GETTYSBURG COMMANDER GEN. GEORGE MEADE LITHOGRAPH WITH 1864 DATED SIGNATURE

Both handsomely matted in brown, mounted in equally handsome modern gold frame w/beaded edge, 11.5 x 17.5”, w/ paper backing & hang wire.  Lithograph with copy signature; below is a clipped… (1111-09). Learn More »

$225.00
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SIGNED 1864 ENDORSEMENT – ARMY OF THE POTOMAC GENERALS DE TRIOBRAND, BIRNEY AND HANCOCK

SIGNED 1864 ENDORSEMENT – ARMY OF THE POTOMAC GENERALS DE TRIOBRAND, BIRNEY AND HANCOCK

Dated “July 21-22, 1864”. 11TH PA Infantry request for use of a horse for its adjutant. Signed in sequence by Brigade commander, Brig. General R. de Trobriand--Division commander Maj. Genl.  D.… (1111-10). Learn More »

ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE

ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE

the back and dated August 11, 1863 to Hester Jackson in the amount of sixteen dollars for the family of an unnamed soldier in the 51st Virginia Regiment.  Signed by Tho. H. Simmerman, Com. for 8… (2020-440). Learn More »

$35.00
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ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE

ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE

The Confederate Government of Wythe County, Virginia issued this allotment check, numbered 943 on the back and dated August 11, 1863 to Mrs. James Hoback in the amount of four dollars for the family… (2020-439). Learn More »

$35.00
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ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE

ALLOTMENT CHECK FOR WYTHE COUNTY, VA SOLDIER’S WIFE

The Confederate Government of Wythe County, Virginia issued this allotment check, numbered 109 on the back and dated January 27th, 1864 to Elizabeth Walters in the amount of twenty dollars for the… (2020-431). Learn More »

$35.00
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SOUTH CAROLINA ESCAPED PRISONER BROADSIDE

SOUTH CAROLINA ESCAPED PRISONER BROADSIDE

This is a nicely framed display featuring a South Carolina handbill from Anderson Court House (now Anderson,) seeking one “Bob Thomas,” a “notorious burglar and horse thief,” who had escaped… (630-09). Learn More »

$1,595.00
Originally $1,950.00

JANUARY 1865 SOLDIER LETTER - PRIVATE DAVID D. KREPS, 77TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY, TO HIS BROTHER

JANUARY 1865 SOLDIER LETTER - PRIVATE DAVID D. KREPS, 77TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY, TO HIS BROTHER

Dated “Camp near Huntsville, Alabama, Jan. 28 [1865]. Addressed to “Dear Brother” [Frank].3 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 5 x 8” Exhibits fold-marks, faded ink & slight soiling. Else VG… (945-478). Learn More »

$75.00
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SOLDIER LETTER - PRIVATE DAVID D. KREPS, 77TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY, TO HIS FATHER

SOLDIER LETTER - PRIVATE DAVID D. KREPS, 77TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Camp near Huntsville, Alabama, Jan 17.”” Addressed to father, J.F. Kreps. 3 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 5 x 8”. Exhibits fold-marks. Else VG. Accompanied by documentation. In this… (945-477). Learn More »

$50.00
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NOVEMBER 1861 SOLDIER LETTER - PRIVATE JOHN W. KREPS, 77TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

NOVEMBER 1861 SOLDIER LETTER - CAPT. JOHN W. KREPS, 77TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

Addressed “Frances and Willy.” Dated “Camp Negley, Nov 30 1861.” Addressed to Frances Willis. 4 pp. in pencil on lined paper, 7.75 x 9.75.” Exhibits fold-marks & slight foxing. Two… (945-476). Learn More »

$95.00
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PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - MAY 31, 1864

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - MAY 31, 1864

4 pp., five columns, 12.5 x 21”.  Front page features 6.75” x  8 map—“Scene of Grant’s Operations. Route of His Great Flank Movement _____Butler’s Army.” Stories include: “On To… (2021-313). Learn More »

$45.00
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JUNE 1865 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

JUNE 1865 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Huntsville, Ala. June 8th 65”. Addressed to father, J.F. Kreps. 2 pp. in ink on line paper, 7.75 x 9.75”. Exhibits fold-marks, slightly faded ink. Entirely legible. Else VG. In protective… (945-475). Learn More »

$45.00
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FEBRUARY 1865 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

FEBRUARY 1865 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Camp Joe Hooker, Feb. 17th 65.” Addressed to father, J.F. Kreps. 4 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5 x 8”. Exhibits fold-marks & slight foxing while remaining entirely legible. Else VG. In… (945-472). Learn More »

$35.00
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FEBRUARY 1865 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

FEBRUARY 1865 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Camp Joe Hooker Feb. 1st 1865.” Addressed to father, J.F. Kreps. 4 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5 x 8”. Exhibits fold-marks & patches of foxing, while remaining entirely legible. Else… (945-470). Learn More »

$40.00
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OCTOBER 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

OCTOBER 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Camp Smith, Oct. 27th 1864. Addressed to father, J. F. Kreps. 3 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5 x 8.” Exhibits fold-marks, w/small blank segment cut out of rear page. Letter complete. VG. In… (945-465). Learn More »

$35.00
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OCTOBER 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS BROTHER GEORGE

OCTOBER 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS BROTHER GEORGE

Dated “Camp Smith, Oct. 10th 1864.” Addressed to “Brother George”. 4 pp. in ink on line paper, 5 x 8”. Exhibits fold-marks, light smudging of rear page, while remaining entirely legible.… (945-464). Learn More »

$35.00
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OCTOBER 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

OCTOBER 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Camp Smith Nashville, Oct. 5 1864.” Addressed to Father. 3 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5 x 8”. Exhibits fold-marks, slightly smudged first page. Else VG & entirely legible. In… (945-463). Learn More »

$35.00
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SEPTEMBER 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

SEPTEMBER 1864 SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE WILLIAM A. KREPS, 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY, TO HIS FATHER

Dated “Camp Reynolds, Sept, 20th 1864.” Addressed to father, J.F. Kreps. 2 pp. in ink on lined paper, 4.5 x 7.75.” Exhibits fold-marks, lightly smudged, w/small 2 x 2.5” section cut out of… (945-462). Learn More »

$30.00
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25TH GETTYSBURG REUNION - ADDRESS BY GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS TO ARMY OF POTOMAC VETERANS., DELIVERED JULY 3RD, 1888

25TH GETTYSBURG REUNION - ADDRESS BY GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS TO ARMY OF POTOMAC VETERANS., DELIVERED JULY 3RD, 1888

15 bound printed pages, 5.75”  x  22.5. Exhibits fold-marks, and chipping of outer fold-lines.   Else Vg. George William Curtis was a noted abolitionist and journalist, serving as a wartime… (450-210). Learn More »


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EXCELLENT U.S. MODEL 1840 LIGHT ARTILLERY OFFICER’S SABER WITH MINTY ETCHED BLADE

This pattern was introduced in 1840 for all mounted officers other than cavalry, but with the introduction of the 1850 patterns it was limited to officers of light artillery, making it very scarce. On top being a very hard to find pattern, this one… (870-635). Learn More »

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