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1847 CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS TO GEN. ZACHARY TAYLOR AND HIS OFFICERS AND MEN FOR MONTERREY, PERSONALLY DISPATCHED BY PRESIDENT POLK

1847 CONGRESSIONAL RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS TO GEN. ZACHARY TAYLOR AND HIS OFFICERS AND MEN FOR MONTERREY, PERSONALLY DISPATCHED BY PRESIDENT POLK

Zachary Taylor received the formal thanks of Congress three times, along with gold medals, for victories in the Mexican War, the largest number of such resolutions and awards made by Congress to… (766-938). Learn More »

$8,000.00
Originally $10,000.00

GENERAL LLOYD TILGHMAN, CSA, PRE-CIVIL WAR AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

GENERAL LLOYD TILGHMAN, CSA, PRE-CIVIL WAR AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

From Lloyd Tilghman to R. P. Rowley. Dated “Steamer Irene/31 July” [1858]. 2 pp., in pencil, on light blue lined paper. Exhibits light yellowed fading along fold-marks, as well as interior… (766-36). Learn More »

$1,400.00
Originally $1,750.00

JEFFERSON DAVIS SIGNED ENDORSEMENT ON LETTER WRITTEN BY SECRETARY OF WAR JAMES A. SEDDON

JEFFERSON DAVIS SIGNED ENDORSEMENT ON LETTER WRITTEN BY SECRETARY OF WAR JAMES A. SEDDON

Dated “Confederate States of America / War Department / Richmond, Va. Sept. 17 1863.” (Written on Confederate Department of War letterhead). Two pp. in ink, 8.375” x 7.75”, consisting of… (534-33). Learn More »

$3,495.00
Originally $3,950.00

FRAMED AUTOGRAPH OF JAMES A. HARDIE, UNION GENERAL

FRAMED AUTOGRAPH OF JAMES A. HARDIE, UNION GENERAL

Autograph dated August 25, 1865 and reads "Jas A Hardie M Gen USA for autograph." Description on the back reads "James Allen Hardie was born in New York City on May 5, 1823. Before receiving an… (534-08). Learn More »

$75.00
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FRAMED COMMISSION - CORPORAL JACKSON STOCKWELL, CO "I", 1ST ARTILLERY / 11TH VERMONT VOLUNTEERS [1ST VT. HEAVY ARTILLERY]

FRAMED COMMISSION - CORPORAL JACKSON STOCKWELL, CO "I", 1ST ARTILLERY / 11TH VERMONT VOLUNTEERS [1ST VT. HEAVY ARTILLERY]

Dated 4/8/1865, signed by the colonel of the regiment, James Meech Warner: "J.M. Warner, Col. 1st Arty." Printed document, 9.5" x 12.5, mounted in gray painted period wooden frame, 15" x 12", w/paper… (2021-1209). Learn More »

MARCH 1862 CONFEDERATE “[NO. 40.] SPECIAL REQUISTION” SIGNED BY TURNER ASHBY

MARCH 1862 CONFEDERATE “[NO. 40.] SPECIAL REQUISTION” SIGNED BY TURNER ASHBY

Dated “Winchester, Va., 7th of March 1862.” One page in ink pencil on pre-printed form, 7.75 x 9.5.” Exhibits fold-marks. Ink somewhat faded in spots, while remaining legible. Ashby’s… (2021-1180A). Learn More »

MARCH 1862 CONFEDERATE “NO. 40 SPECIAL REQUISTION” SIGNED BY TURNER ASHBY

MARCH 1862 CONFEDERATE “NO. 40 SPECIAL REQUISTION” SIGNED BY TURNER ASHBY

One page pre-printed form, 6.25” 10.5. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. Text: “For use of Capt. Mason’s co. one pistol holster…rendered by the following circumstances: “That one of my men is… (2021-1180B). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE “NO. 40 SPECIAL REQUISTION” SIGNED BY TURNER ASHBY

CONFEDERATE “NO. 40 SPECIAL REQUISTION” SIGNED BY TURNER ASHBY

Dated “Martinsburg, VA 14 December 1861.” One page pre-printed form, 7.75” x 9.5. Requisition is for “1 sett of spreaders & stretchers.” Rendered by the following circumstances: “The… (2021-1180C). Learn More »

UNION SOLDIER DISCHARGE (8TH U.S. INFANTRY) SIGNED BY GETTYSBURG BRIGADE COMMANDER, COL. GEORGE L. WILLARD, KIA JULY 2, 1863LEE, CONFEDERATE GENERAL & SON OF GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE

UNION SOLDIER DISCHARGE (8TH U.S. INFANTRY) SIGNED BY GETTYSBURG BRIGADE COMMANDER, COL. GEORGE L. WILLARD, KIA JULY 2, 1863

Standard “To Whom it may concern” discharge paper, for Private George Ferrall, Co. “F”, 8th U.S. Infantry, dated 8/20/1861, discharged for pulmonary problems. One page on pre-printed form.… (2021-1181). 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 »

UNION ARMY “POST PASS” DOCUMENT, PORT ROYAL. S.C, SIGNED BY LT. COL. GEORGE S. BATCHELLER, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

UNION ARMY “POST PASS” DOCUMENT, PORT ROYAL. S.C, SIGNED BY LT. COL. GEORGE S. BATCHELLER, 115TH NEW YORK INFANTRY

Dated “Office of Provost Marshal / Port Royal, S.C. June 3, 1863.” Pre-printed form. 2pp., 7/375 x 6.375” w/ rear endorsement, signed by Post Provost Batcheller. Exhibits fold-marks, else… (1094-24). Learn More »

ALS BREVET MAJOR GENERAL JAMES SANKS BRISBIN, U.S.V., 5th USCT [REBEL GUERRILLA CHAMP FERGUSON]

ALS BREVET MAJOR GENERAL JAMES SANKS BRISBIN, U.S.V., 5th USCT [REBEL GUERRILLA CHAMP FERGUSON]

Dated “Headquarters U.S. Colored Troops, Lexington, KY Nov. 18, 1864.” Addressed to “My Dear Wife.” 3 pp. in ink on unlined paper. Exhibits fold-marks, else VG. James Brisbin was a talented… (2021-58). Learn More »

SECRETARY OF THE NAVY GIDEON WELLES — SIGNED LETTER

SECRETARY OF THE NAVY GIDEON WELLES — SIGNED LETTER

Dated “Navy Department / 1 September 1864.” Addressed to “Commander N. C. Bryant, U.S. Navy, Cedar Falls, Iowa.” Signed by “Gideon Welles” (Secretary of the Navy). Two pp.  in ink on… (2021-56). Learn More »

 BREVET MAJOR GENERAL’S COMMISSION AND G.A.R. BADGE OF SAMUEL SPRIGG CARROLL: HIS TROOPS HELPED SAVE CEMETERY HILL ON JULY 2 AND TO REPULSE PICKETT ON JULY 3 AT GETTYSBURG

BREVET MAJOR GENERAL’S COMMISSION AND G.A.R. BADGE OF SAMUEL SPRIGG CARROLL: HIS TROOPS HELPED SAVE CEMETERY HILL ON JULY 2 AND TO REPULSE PICKETT ON JULY 3 AT GETTYSBURG

Carroll was a fighting general who acquired several nicknames from his red hair along with three wounds and a number of promotions and brevets for his service on the battlefield. He received several… (2020-894). Learn More »

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY UNION GENERAL DANIEL E. SICKLES

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY UNION GENERAL DANIEL E. SICKLES

This item is an 1879 check drawn on Daniel Sickles account at the Bank of the Metropolis in New York’s Union Square. The check is made out to Greenwood Cemetery Company in the amount of $30 and is… (410-492). Learn More »

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY TWO UNION GENERALS – DANIEL E. SICKLES & JOHN P. HAWKINS

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY TWO UNION GENERALS – DANIEL E. SICKLES & JOHN P. HAWKINS

This item is an 1881 check drawn on Daniel Sickles account at the Bank of the Metropolis in New York’s Union Square. The check is made out to General John P. Hawkins in the amount of $28.58 and is… (410-491). Learn More »

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY TWO UNION THIRD CORPS GENERALS – DANIEL E. SICKLES & JAMES B. CARR

BANK CHECK SIGNED BY TWO UNION THIRD CORPS GENERALS – DANIEL E. SICKLES & JAMES B. CARR

This item is an 1886 check drawn on Daniel Sickles account at the Bank of the Metropolis in New York’s Union Square. The check is made out to Major General J. B. Carr in the amount of $72.25 and is… (410-490). 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 »

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 »

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 »


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RARE EBERLE 1796 CONTRACT MARKED BAYONET

This rare bayonet is marked by the maker in a sunken cartouche with raised letters on the base of the blade reading “Eberle.” Charles Louis Eberle emigrated to the U.S. from Germany with brothers George A. and Henry J. in 1794, arriving in… (1052-86). Learn More »

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