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HANDWRITTEN LYRICS TO POPULAR CIVIL WAR SONG ‘DO THEY MISS ME AT HOME’, ON NORTH CAROLINA IMPRINTED DOCUMENT AND SIGNED BY SEVERAL CONFEDERATE SURGEONS

HANDWRITTEN LYRICS TO POPULAR CIVIL WAR SONG ‘DO THEY MISS ME AT HOME’, ON NORTH CAROLINA IMPRINTED DOCUMENT AND SIGNED BY SEVERAL CONFEDERATE SURGEONS

Measures 7 ¼” x 9 ½”. 2 pages, ink. “Chief Enrolling Office, 3d District, N.C., Goldsboro, April 30, 1864”.  Shows light wear, staining at the edges. This sentimental ballad was written by… (1054-2349). Learn More »

PRINTED CONFEDERATE GENERAL ORDER #155 OF NOVEMBER 28, 1863

PRINTED CONFEDERATE GENERAL ORDER #155 OF NOVEMBER 28, 1863

Printed General Order deals with accounting details for detachments from regiments who need forage for their animals but do not have a Quartermaster with them. Order is printed on heavy paper stock… (998-345). Learn More »

SONGSHEET - "SONGS & BALLADS SUNG BY MISS CATHARINE HAYES"

SONGSHEET - "SONGS & BALLADS SUNG BY MISS CATHARINE HAYES"

Song sheet shows a filigree design on the cover behind the title and a list of songs. It was published by Russell & Tolmann of Boston. Inside is the music and words to the song, "THE CHILD OF THE… (1054-846). Learn More »

APOTHECARY ADVERTISING BROADSIDE - “INSECT POWDER”

APOTHECARY ADVERTISING BROADSIDE - “INSECT POWDER”

Black on white, 7.375 x 5.5”. Exhibits slight yellowing. Else VG plus. Text: “INSECT POWDER./ FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF INSECTS, ANTS, ROACHES, WATER BUGS, GARDEN WORMS, & C/ FOR SALE BY THOMAS… (L15641). Learn More »

FRAMED ESCUTCHEON FOR OFFICER IN THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

FRAMED ESCUTCHEON FOR OFFICER IN THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

At top center is a large, full color, spread winged eagle sitting on a fascine. His head is turned to the right and in his beak, he holds a ribbon that reads “E PLURIBUS UNUM.” In his right claw… (945-367). Learn More »

FRAMED PORTRAIT OF A MEMBER OF THE ANDERSON TROOP, 15th PA CAVALRY

FRAMED PORTRAIT OF A MEMBER OF THE ANDERSON TROOP, 15th PA CAVALRY

This is a period pen and ink sketch with a watercolor wash that is likely based on a crayon portrait or solar enlargement, a technique using a photograph to produce a more formal looking artist’s… (945-370). Learn More »

$500 VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE RAIL ROAD COMPANY BOND SIGNED BY CS MAJ. GEN. WILLIAM MAHONE

$500 VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE RAIL ROAD COMPANY BOND SIGNED BY CS MAJ. GEN. WILLIAM MAHONE

Measures 12” x 8 ½”, ornately engraved. Dated December 2, 1869. Signed in ink “Wm Mahone” as President. Punch cancellation affecting signature of Trustee, and hole cancellations affection… (1054-1199). Learn More »

CARD AUTOGRAPHED BY 6TH CORPS GENERAL MARTIN T. MCMAHON

CARD AUTOGRAPHED BY 6TH CORPS GENERAL MARTIN T. MCMAHON

Item is a 3.50 x 2.00 inch card boldly signed in pencil “M. T. McMAHON, BVT. MAJ. GENL. 6TH ARMY CORPS” in three lines. Card has some light surface dirt and wear from age and storage but the… (P13167). Learn More »

$95.00
Originally $175.00

23RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLS., BIRNEY'S ZOUAVES-PAINTING OF THE REGIMENTAL MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

23RD PENNSYLVANIA VOLS., BIRNEY'S ZOUAVES-PAINTING OF THE REGIMENTAL MONUMENT AT GETTYSBURG

Ca. 1900. This monument was dedicated in August 1886 and is located on North Slocum Ave. Executed in grey/green water color, signed "M.L.G." in lower left corner, measuring 12 x 17". Single matted in… (L10318). Learn More »

$250.00
Originally $325.00

SELECTION OF SIGNATURES - UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVES

The following signatures are all on signature cards and are not clipped from documents. Each card is pasted to a sheet from an autograph album. The cards generally measure 3” x 1.75”. These… (215-). Learn More »

FANTASTIC FRAMED DRAWING OF THE BATTLE OF DRAINSVILLE DONE BY GETTYSBURG CARTOGRAPHER EMMOR B. COPE

FANTASTIC FRAMED DRAWING OF THE BATTLE OF DRAINSVILLE DONE BY GETTYSBURG CARTOGRAPHER EMMOR B. COPE

This wonderful and detailed drawing shows the meeting engagement on December 20, 1861 between a brigade of Pennsylvania Reserve regiments under Brig. Gen. E. O. C. Ord and a mixed Confederate force… (1054-2733). Learn More »

THE GOVERNOR OF CONNECTICUT PROCLAIMS A DAY OF PENITENCE AND PRAYER SET FOR APRIL 14, 1865: THE DAY OF LINCOLN’S ASSASSINATION!

THE GOVERNOR OF CONNECTICUT PROCLAIMS A DAY OF PENITENCE AND PRAYER SET FOR APRIL 14, 1865: THE DAY OF LINCOLN’S ASSASSINATION!

A nicely matted and framed proclamation by William A. Buckingham, Governor of Connecticut dated March 15, 1865, setting a day of, “public Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer” for Friday, April 14,… (1054-1190). Learn More »

BROADSIDE – GENERAL ORDER NO. 2, SALE OF ‘INTOXICATING LIQUORS’

BROADSIDE – GENERAL ORDER NO. 2, SALE OF ‘INTOXICATING LIQUORS’

Headquarters Department of Washington, Office Provost Marshal General, Defences North of Potomac, Washington, D.C. May 29, 1865. All barrooms and places where intoxicating liquors are sold within the… (1041-59). Learn More »

BROADSIDE – GENERAL ORDER NO. 1, SALE OF ‘INTOXICATING LIQUORS’

BROADSIDE – GENERAL ORDER NO. 1, SALE OF ‘INTOXICATING LIQUORS’

Headquarters Department of Washington, Office Provost Marshal General, Defences North of Potomac, Washington, D.C. May 27, 1865. Orders all barrooms and places where intoxicating liquors are sold to… (1041-62). Learn More »

BROADSIDE – GENERAL ORDER NO. 1, SALE OF ‘INTOXICATING LIQUORS’

BROADSIDE – GENERAL ORDER NO. 1, SALE OF ‘INTOXICATING LIQUORS’

Headquarters Department of Washington, Office Provost Marshal General, Defences North of Potomac, Washington, D.C. May 27, 1865. Orders all barrooms and places where intoxicating liquors are sold to… (1041-61). Learn More »

COVER FOR A WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN 'WEHRPASS'

COVER FOR A WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN 'WEHRPASS'

Private purchase green cloth cover for a World War II “Wehrpass” or “Service Record” book. The books were kept by a headquarters unit and were not carried by the soldier personally. Measures… (954-31B). Learn More »

$40.00
Originally $50.00

<i>END OF THE TRAIL SCULPTURE</i> BY JAMES EARLE FRASER

END OF THE TRAIL SCULPTURE BY JAMES EARLE FRASER

The original End of the Trail is a sculpture by James Earle Fraser located in Waupun, Wisconsin. It depicts a weary Native American man hanging limp as his weary horse comes to the edge of the Pacific… (924-32). Learn More »

FRAMED MAGNUS PRINT OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG DATED 1863

FRAMED MAGNUS PRINT OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG DATED 1863

Nice clean hand colored print showing the battle of Gettysburg as envisioned by the Magnus Company. In the foreground are General Meade and staff mounted on horses. Just in front of them is an… (P13202). Learn More »

$695.00
Originally $1,295.00

COLORFUL SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL OF JAMES SHEETS 208th PENNSYLVANIA

COLORFUL SOLDIER’S MEMORIAL OF JAMES SHEETS 208th PENNSYLVANIA

These large color lithographs were marketed to veterans as suitable mementos and testimonials of their service to the county and are the descendants of the illustrated company rosters sold by peddlers… (1053-51b). Learn More »

SHEET MUSIC - <I>BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, MARCH DESCRIPTIVE</I>

SHEET MUSIC - BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG, MARCH DESCRIPTIVE

Composed by E.T. Paull. Published by E.T. Paull., New York, 1917. 9 pp., 10.5 x 13”, w/ front cover features a glorious color battle scene at “The Angle.” Movements of this “descriptive”… (1054-1192). Learn More »


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