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1902 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, EXECUTIVE ORDER, TLS

1902 THEODORE ROOSEVELT, EXECUTIVE ORDER, TLS

Dated “White House, January 17, 1902.” Signed by Roosevelt , w/endorsement to “William W. Blackmar /Dpmt Commander Mass.”  Accompanied by Navy Department letter, dated “January 21, 1902,”… (846-257). Learn More »

$975.00
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1852 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION - VIRGINIA GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENT OF ELECTORS FOR THE COUNTY OF NELSON

1852 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION - VIRGINIA GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENT OF ELECTORS FOR THE COUNTY OF NELSON

Signed by Governor “Jos. Johnson.” Dated “23rd day of July, A.D. 1852, and the 77th year of the Commonwealth.” Pre-printed form, one page on unlined paper, 10” x 8. Affixed with Virginia… (846-263). Learn More »

$295.00
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STATE OF GEORGIA MILITIA APPOINTMENT FOR LT. COL. DAVID KOLB LOVE WITH ACCOMPANYING PAIR OF TINTYPES

STATE OF GEORGIA MILITIA APPOINTMENT FOR LT. COL. DAVID KOLB LOVE WITH ACCOMPANYING PAIR OF TINTYPES

This item comes in a series of 6 individual pieces.  It contains a pair of tintypes, appointment/commission document, obituary and half of a Civil War period photo case.  The compilation pertains to… (846-146). Learn More »

$855.00
Originally $950.00
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RICHMOND WHIG NEWSPAPER, DATED APRIL 20, 1865 – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

RICHMOND WHIG NEWSPAPER, DATED APRIL 20, 1865 – LINCOLN ASSASSINATION

Vol. 1—no. 15. 8 pp., 4 columns. Exhibits fold-marks, and small center fold-line chip; lightly soiled and yellowed, but entirely legible; completely intact but semi- fragile, and should be handled… (801-71). Learn More »

$716.00
Originally $895.00

COMPLETE CIVIL WAR HARPER’S WEEKLY, ORIGINAL ISSUES IN FIVE BOUND VOLUMES

COMPLETE CIVIL WAR HARPER’S WEEKLY, ORIGINAL ISSUES IN FIVE BOUND VOLUMES

Vol. 1—issues from November 24, 1860 through December 28, 1861. Bound in black buckram, 15.75” x 11.5, leather spine w/gilt lettering: “Harper’s Weekly 1860-61.“ Exhibits wear at the… (959-49). Learn More »

$6,500.00
Originally $6,900.00

DR. I. NEWTON'S BITTERS LABEL

DR. I. NEWTON'S BITTERS LABEL

Nice, original label for Dr. I. Newton's Bitters calls it, "A Pleasant Cordial Stomach Bitter", helpful for, "bilious affections, dyspepsia, histeria, nervous disorders, worms, diarrhoea, disorders… (L15631). Learn More »

REGIMENTAL HOSPITAL DISCHARGE FOR PRIVATE JULIUS F. PHELPS, CO. “E,” 5TH IOWA INFANTRY - WIA AT IUKA, MS, 9/19/1862, AND CHAMPION HILL, MS, 5/16/1863, KIA MAURY MILLS, TN, 11/28/1864

REGIMENTAL HOSPITAL DISCHARGE FOR PRIVATE JULIUS F. PHELPS, CO. “E,” 5TH IOWA INFANTRY - WIA AT IUKA, MS, 9/19/1862, AND CHAMPION HILL, MS, 5/16/1863, KIA MAURY MILLS, TN, 11/28/1864

Dated “Webster General Hospitals / Memphis, Tenn. October 26. 63” One page in ink, 7.75” x 4.75. Exhibits fold-marks & slight yellowing. Else VG. Text: “Private Julius F. Phelps: Co. E,5… (2020-837). Learn More »

LIEUTENANT’S SHOULDER STRAPS WITH VERBAL IDENTIFICATION

LIEUTENANT’S SHOULDER STRAPS WITH VERBAL IDENTIFICATION

This is a pair of lieutenant of infantry shoulder straps. They measure approximately 4 ¼” x 1 ½”. These are single bordered, infantry straps. The bullion embroidered borders are in fair… (1117-254). Learn More »

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY UNION GENERAL DANIEL E. SICKLES

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY UNION GENERAL DANIEL E. SICKLES

This item is an 1884 check drawn on Daniel Sickles account at the Bank of the Metropolis in New York’s Union Square. The check is made out to the Garibaldi Monument Committee in the amount of $50… (410-493). Learn More »

ON-THE-SPOT BATTLEFIELD DISPATCH AND MAP FROM THE BATTLE OF ARKANSAS POST WITH WRITING KIT AND IMPROVISED DISPATCH CASE

ON-THE-SPOT BATTLEFIELD DISPATCH AND MAP FROM THE BATTLE OF ARKANSAS POST WITH WRITING KIT AND IMPROVISED DISPATCH CASE

This group of artifacts includes an original battlefield dispatch hastily written in pencil by General George W. Morgan in his own hand to Admiral David Dixon Porter regarding coordination of the navy… (795-03). Learn More »

1864 CS ESTIMATE OF FUNDS FOR CAMP AT MARION, VA

1864 CS ESTIMATE OF FUNDS FOR CAMP AT MARION, VA

Ink on 8”x4” lined blue paper. “Estimate of funds required for the purchase of Provisions and for Contingencies for the Post at Marion, Virginia for the Quarter ending December 31st, 1864. Forty… (2020-422). Learn More »

“DISMOUNTED REB” BRONZE SCULPTURE BY RON TUNISON

“DISMOUNTED REB” BRONZE SCULPTURE BY RON TUNISON

Cold cast bronze statue of a dismounted Confederate cavalryman shows great detail. The soldier holds his saddle in one hand and his rifle on his shoulder as he looks into the distance. The sculpture… (490-2240). Learn More »

UNION CHAPLAIN LETTER — CHAPLAIN SEBA F. WEATHERBEE, 15TH MAINE VOLS.

UNION CHAPLAIN LETTER — CHAPLAIN SEBA F. WEATHERBEE, 15TH MAINE VOLS.

Dated “Matagorda Isle Texas, Dec. 31, 1863.” From Chaplain Weatherbee to Col. Isaac F. Dyer, 15th Maine Vols. 3 pp., in ink, on lined paper, 7.75” x 9.75”. Exhibits fold-marks. Else fine. In… (1097-175). Learn More »

LS, MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS, U.S.A.

LS, MAJOR GENERAL NATHANIEL P. BANKS, U.S.A.

Dated “Headquarters, Department of the gulf/ New Orleans, Feb. 4, 1864. From Gen. Banks to “Col. Isaac Dyer/ 15th Maine Volunteers.” 1 page, in ink, on lined Department letterhead, 7.75 x… (1097-171). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE STATES RECEIPT PICKED UP BY GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY & 87th PA INFANTRY

CONFEDERATE STATES RECEIPT PICKED UP BY GEORGE W. MOWERS, 21st PA CAVALRY & 87th PA INFANTRY

Dated “1862/ Aug. 2.” Handwritten receipt for “$3.00” in ink, on yellowing paper, 6 x 6.5”. Exhibits fold-marks, three vertical, w/one section detached. Fragile but, mostly legible.… (2020-04). Learn More »

1867 DATED AND SIGNED MANUSCRIPT WRITTEN BY PVT. JAMES M. DALZELL ABOUT HIS CIVIL WAR EXPERIENCES – 116TH OHIO VOLUNTEERS

1867 DATED AND SIGNED MANUSCRIPT WRITTEN BY PVT. JAMES M. DALZELL ABOUT HIS CIVIL WAR EXPERIENCES – 116TH OHIO VOLUNTEERS

Entitled “The Blue and The Gray of 1867”. 1 page, 8 3/8” x 13 ¾”, multi-stanza poem regarding his Civil War experiences. Reads in small part, “You may sing of the Blue and the Gray, And… (1054-2257). Learn More »

ORIGINAL 1864 TRAVELLER’S POCKET MAP OF WASHINGTON, D.C.

ORIGINAL 1864 TRAVELLER’S POCKET MAP OF WASHINGTON, D.C.

Titled, “Map of the City of Washington: Established as the Permanent Seat of Government of the United States of America 1864,” this foldout map of Washington, D.C. features street names and block… (1097-98). Learn More »

COLORFUL CITY OF BOSTON DONATION RECEIPT, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE BARCLAYS OF BOSTON"

COLORFUL CITY OF BOSTON DONATION RECEIPT, SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE BARCLAYS OF BOSTON"

Very decorative preprinted receipt from the city of Boston given to a Samuel William Trench for a donation “FOR THE SOLDIERS WHO LEAVE BOSTON UNDER THE REQUISITION OF THE PRESEIDENT OF THE UNITED… (L15630). Learn More »

SUNDAY [NEW ORLEANS] DELTA—MARCH 3, 1861

SUNDAY [NEW ORLEANS] DELTA—MARCH 3, 1861

Volume 6—Number 15. 8 pp., 16 x 22”, six columns. Exhibits chipping along the left margins, with two, small unobtrusive tape repairs. Else VG plus and entirely legible. In March 1861 New Orleans… (145-112). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1867

HARPER’S WEEKLY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1867

Vol. XI—No. 559. 16 pp. [577-592], 16 x 11”, w/numerous stories, illustrations & cartoons. Front page consists of the story & and brutally graphic lithograph—“Whipping a negro girl… (998-2107). Learn More »

$45.00
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FANTASTIC GOLD-MOUNTED APPOMATTOX WOOD CARVED PIPE WITH CASE – 12TH WEST VIRGINIA INFANTRY

The day after Generals Grant and Lee met to arrange the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia the two Generals met again for a brief time under an apple tree and when the meeting was over soldiers descended on the tree taking parts of it as… (30-2205). Learn More »

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