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MUSTER ROLL—COMPANY “D” (CAPTAIN LINGENFELTER), 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY, 30 APRIL-30 JUNE 1864. [BERMUDA HUNDRED /DREWY’S BLUFF/ COLD HARBOR]

MUSTER ROLL—COMPANY “D” (CAPTAIN LINGENFELTER), 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY, 30 APRIL-30 JUNE 1864. [BERMUDA HUNDRED /DREWY’S BLUFF/ COLD HARBOR]

Standard pre-printed form, 2 pp., 31 x 21”. Exhibits fold-marks and numerous   tears along fold-lines. Else good. Lists 51 soldiers. Company Record of Events, signed by  Thomas Wayne, Lieutenant… (1094-36). Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE SAMUEL T. RIDER, Co. “D”, 115th NEW YORK INFANTRY

UNION SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE SAMUEL T. RIDER, Co. “D”, 115th NEW YORK INFANTRY

Dated “December 24th 1864 / Near Richmond, VA.” Addressed to “Father.” 4 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits fold-marks, Else VG. Samuel T. Rider mustered at age 24 as a private into… (1094-62). Learn More »

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UNION SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE KELLEY S. TULLOCK, CO. “D”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

UNION SOLDIER LETTER—PRIVATE KELLEY S. TULLOCK, CO. “D”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Dated “Head Quarters of the 115th Regt/ in the trenches in front of Richmond, VA. Oct 23rd 1864.  Addressed to “Dear Cousin Ellen.” 3 pp. in ink on lined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits fold-marks… (1094-49). Learn More »

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UNION SOLDIER LETTER—CORPORAL SEELY CONOVER, CO. “B”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY. WIA, DEEP BOTTOM RUN, VA

UNION SOLDIER LETTER—CORPORAL SEELY CONOVER, CO. “B”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY. WIA, DEEP BOTTOM RUN, VA

Dated “From the Field Near Petersburg / Sabbath Afternoon July 24 /’64.” 3pp. in ink on lined paper, 7.75 x 9.75.” Exhibits fold-marks, very slight scattered foxing, Else. G. Seely Conover was… (1094-38). Learn More »

SMALL LOT OF POST-WORLD WAR II PHOTOS OF HITLER’S ARCHITECT & MINISTER OF ARMAMENT ALBERT SPEER – ONE IS AUTOGRAPHED BY SPEER

SMALL LOT OF POST-WORLD WAR II PHOTOS OF HITLER’S ARCHITECT & MINISTER OF ARMAMENT ALBERT SPEER – ONE IS AUTOGRAPHED BY SPEER

This is a small lot of photographs that comes to us from a local Gettysburg citizen whose family were friends of the Heidtke family. The Heidtke’s were friends with Albert Speer and visited him on… (724-27). Learn More »

“CROSSING A SWAMP. N. CAR. [NORTH CAROLINA]” - SKETCH BY ALEXANDER C. MEINUNG, 26TH NORTH CAROLINA INFANTRY

“CROSSING A SWAMP. N. CAR. [NORTH CAROLINA]” - SKETCH BY ALEXANDER C. MEINUNG, 26TH NORTH CAROLINA INFANTRY

Black & white ink sketch, 5.75” x 3.375, matted and mounted on heavy white card, 11.75” x 10. Sketch captioned “Crossing a Swamp. N. Car.”, 3.5” x .5 - is mounted below. The sketch… (1052-50). 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 light chipping of left cover margin. Else VG. Front cover features upper level… (998-1881). Learn More »

OLD GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD POST CARD

OLD GETTYSBURG BATTLEFIELD POST CARD

This is an old postcard dated from 1909. The image on the front features three children on an artillery limber. A small sign reads, “From the Battle-field of Gettysburg. Part of City’s Free… (2021-710). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON PAINTING BY FAMED SUPERMAN / BATMAN ARTIST FRED RAY

CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON PAINTING BY FAMED SUPERMAN / BATMAN ARTIST FRED RAY

This acrylic-on-artist-board work was the cover art for the January 1966 issue of Civil War Times Illustrated. A copy of the cover is included with the art. Fred Ray is best known for his work on the… (141-173). Learn More »

PAINTING OF A CONFEDERATE INFANTRY PRIVATE BY FAMED SUPERMAN / BATMAN ARTIST FRED RAY

PAINTING OF A CONFEDERATE INFANTRY PRIVATE BY FAMED SUPERMAN / BATMAN ARTIST FRED RAY

This acrylic-on-artist-board work by Fred Ray is well done and still has bright and vibrant colors. Fred Ray is best known for his work on the early Superman and Batman comics.  In 2017, original art… (141-149). Learn More »

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—MAY 25, 1861

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—MAY 25, 1861

No. 288—Vol. XII. 16 pp. [17-32], 3 columns, w/numerous illustrations. Front cover features a large illustration of “The Bouqet Battery Commanding the Viaduct Over the Patapsco River, On the… (1054-856). Learn More »

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—"BUDGET OF FUN” ISSUE

FRANK LESLIE’S ILLUSTRATED—"BUDGET OF FUN” ISSUE

Dated “New York, June 1863.” No. 63—Price 10 cents. 32 pp. double June issue, 11” x 15, featuring numerous hilarious Civil War stories and a trove of  !863 Civil War cartoons. Slightly… (1054-2798). Learn More »

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 20, 1861

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 20, 1861

8 pp, 22” x16.5, six columns. Front cover features two interesting sketches—(1) Captain Charles Wilkes (portrait), and (2) a “Map showing the Position of the “San Jacinto at the time of the… (2021-317). Learn More »

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—DECEMBER 11, 1865

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—DECEMBER 11, 1865

8 pp., 22” x 16.5, six columns. Front page features sketch / Map of “A New Railway Project—Map of the Projected Route of the Atlantic and Great Western Railway (Six Feet Gauge) through… (2021-290). Learn More »

EXCELSIOR BRIGADE 1861 RECRUITING POSTER: 72nd NEW YORK

EXCELSIOR BRIGADE 1861 RECRUITING POSTER: 72nd NEW YORK

This is a wonderful early war recruiting broadside for the third regiment of the Excelsior Brigade, the 72nd New York, a regiment with a strong fighting record in the Army of the Potomac from 1861 to… (2021-813). Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER LETTER — PRIVATE WILLIAM H. BORDEN, JR., CO. “B”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

UNION SOLDIER LETTER — PRIVATE WILLIAM H. BORDEN, JR., CO. “B”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Dated “Camp near Bermuda Hundred / May the 25th / ’64.” Addressed to—"Friend Fannie”. Four pages in ink on lined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. Nineteen year-old William H.… (1094-34). Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER LETTER - CORPORAL SEELY CONOVER. CO. “B”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY; WIA DEEP BOTTOM, VA

UNION SOLDIER LETTER - CORPORAL SEELY CONOVER. CO. “B”, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY; WIA DEEP BOTTOM, VA

Dated “Hilton Head S.C / Sept. 28th, 1863. Addressed to “Dear Cousin.” 4 pp. in ink on unlined paper, 5” x 8. Exhibits fold-marks, and slight fading, else VG, and entirely legible. Seely… (1094-29). Learn More »

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 7, 1861

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 7, 1861

8 pp., 22’ X 16.5, six columns. Front cover features striking illustration of a sword—“Philadelphia’s Gift to General McClellan.”  Additional headlines: “Gov. Gamble and the Missouri… (2021-307). Learn More »

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 23, 1861

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 23, 1861

8 pp., 22” x 16.5, six columns. Front page features handsome illustration of “Major-General H.W. Halleck, U.S.A.” recently appointed to command the Department of the Missouri. Plus cover story.… (2021-303). Learn More »

REPRODUCTION SCRIMSHAW WITH ENGRAVING OF A FLYING FISH AND WOMAN OF BARBADOES

REPRODUCTION SCRIMSHAW WITH ENGRAVING OF A FLYING FISH AND WOMAN OF BARBADOES

This piece of scrimshaw was made from a whale's tooth. It measures approximately 5.5" long by 2" wide at the base. One side features an engraving of a flying fish. Other side shows a woman and the… (172-5195). Learn More »


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US MARINE CORPS OFFICER’S ENGLISH MADE MAMALUKE WITH IVORY GRIP

Manufactured: England  Maker: Unmarked  Year: C1820-25  Model: Mamaluke Size: 35.8 inch blade, 1.21 wide  Condition: Excellent+ Tri-color blade - blue, gold and "white" of flat design. Ship's Mast, American Eagle, Standing Indian figure and… (870-76). Learn More »

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