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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 »

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—NOVEMBER 15, 1861

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—NOVEMBER 15, 1861

8 pp., 22’ x 16.5, six columns. Front cover features two fascinating sketches of (1) “Fort Walker and Beauregard—Plan showing One Position of the Naval Vessels during the Action of Nov. 7, (2)… (2021-318). Learn More »

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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 »

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1862. [1861-62 BURNSIDE EXPEDITION]

THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER—WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1862. [1861-62 BURNSIDE EXPEDITION]

8 pp., 16.5” x 22., 6 columns. Front page features  “Map Showing the Position of Hatteras Inlet and Roanoke Island”—6.75 x 5.5”. “Diagram Showing Hattereras Inlet and where the Vessels… (2021-311). Learn More »

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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 »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 6, 1863 – GRIERSON’S RAID

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JUNE 6, 1863 – GRIERSON’S RAID

Vol. VII—No. 336. 16 pp. [353-368], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features splendid full page action portrait of “Colonel Grierson, Sixth Illinois… (998-1855). Learn More »

FRAMED 1863 SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED NEWS FEATURING A.P. HILL

FRAMED 1863 SOUTHERN ILLUSTRATED NEWS FEATURING A.P. HILL

When the war cut off the flow of Harpers Weekly and Frank Leslie’s papers to the south, the “Southern Illustrated News” was created in Richmond in September 1862 to fill the gap in supplying… (141-103). Learn More »

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THE NEW ORLEANS WEEKLY PICAYUNE—FEBRUARY 22, 1847

THE NEW ORLEANS WEEKLY PICAYUNE—FEBRUARY 22, 1847

[Mexican war coverage] Vol. X—Number 2.  8 pp., 17.5 x 12.5,” five columns. Exhibits slight horizontal fold-mark, light chipping at the margins, patches of slight to light foxing throughout. Else… (998-1787). Learn More »

THE LIBERATOR—BOSTON, MARCH 11, 1864

THE LIBERATOR—BOSTON, MARCH 11, 1864

Vol. XXXIV, No. 11—Whole No. 1727. 4 pp., 17.25 x 24.25,” six columns. Exhibits fold-marks, light chipping at margins. Else VG plus & entirely legible. Founded by William Lloyd Garrison, The… (998-1936). Learn More »

THE DAILY DELTA—NEW ORLEANS—APRIL 5, 1861

THE DAILY DELTA—NEW ORLEANS—APRIL 5, 1861

Vol. XVI—No. 24. 8pp., 20 x 16.5”, six columns. Exhibits light chipping along left margin. Else VG plus & entirely legible. The Daily Delta was one of a handful of papers being published in… (145-115). Learn More »

THE [RICHMOND] SENTINEL—FEBRUARY 25, 1864

THE [RICHMOND] SENTINEL—FEBRUARY 25, 1864

2 pp., 24 x 18.5”, seven columns. Exhibits light chipping round the margins, lightly faded. Else VG & entirely legible. The Sentinel was one of a half dozen war-time Richmond paper, most which… (1000-2559). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 15, 1865 – GETTYSBURG, 4TH OF JULY

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, JULY 15, 1865 – GETTYSBURG, 4TH OF JULY

Vol. IX—No. 446. 16 pp. [433-448], four columns, with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features entertaining full page depiction of “Rustic Courtship”.  Interior… (L15179GGG). Learn More »

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 26, 1864 – CAPTURE OF BLOCKADE RUNNER

HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 26, 1864 – CAPTURE OF BLOCKADE RUNNER

Vol. VIII—No. 413. 16 pp. [753-768], with numerous stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features portrait sketches of the commanders of the Rebel privateer “Florida” [Captain C.M.… (1054-2800). Learn More »

BALLOU’S PICTORIAL FOR AUGUST 1856 – NEW WASHINGTON MONUMENT IN UNION PARK SQUARE PLUS DRAWINGS OF JEDDO, JAPAN

BALLOU’S PICTORIAL FOR AUGUST 1856 – NEW WASHINGTON MONUMENT IN UNION PARK SQUARE PLUS DRAWINGS OF JEDDO, JAPAN

Sixteen-page issue that starts with an article on the new monument to George Washington erected in New York’s Union Park. Bottom of the front page shows the equestrian statue of Washington on its… (668-256). Learn More »

BALLOU’S PICTORIAL FOR APRIL 1855-CRIMEAN WAR CONTENT

BALLOU’S PICTORIAL FOR APRIL 1855-CRIMEAN WAR CONTENT

Sixteen-page issue that starts with an article on the State of Arkansas with a rendering of the State Seal on the bottom of front page. Interior has stories about the war in the Crimea with drawings… (668-258). Learn More »

NEWSPAPER AND PHOTO LOT RELATING TO 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION AND RANGERS – TWO D-DAY UNITS

NEWSPAPER AND PHOTO LOT RELATING TO 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION AND RANGERS – TWO D-DAY UNITS

The first item in this small lot is a framed photo collage of Company D, 175th Infantry, 29th Division. Image size is 18.00 x 15.00 inches in the original period frame. Pictured and fully identified… (108-437). Learn More »


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RARE WORLD WAR TWO GERMAN DIPLOMATIC CORPS DAGGER WITH PORTEPEE, IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION

This type of dagger was authorized by Adolf Hitler in May of 1938 to commemorate his visit to Rome. The dagger is a little over 15.50 inches long with a stylized eagle’s head pommel and a mother of pearl grip. The cross guard features a national… (1022-38). Learn More »

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