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  • 67714
    Price: $15,000.00
     Civil War
    Great Letters and Artifacts of James B. Ricketts, Civil War Artillery Officer Wounded Four Times at First Battle of Bull Run, including "Pieces of the Last United States Flag Which Waved Over the Capitol of Richmond, Va. in 1861" and a Dramatic Telegram “Not dangerously wounded, Left on the field to be taken prisoner or killed there”
  • 67271
    Price: $8,000.00
    George A. Custer
    Rare George Armstrong Custer Signature Just Months after Success at Gettysburg
  • 66277
    Price: $1,000.00
    Robert Anderson
    Major Robert Anderson Signed Note from Fort Sumter in 1861, Just Before Civil War
  • 65599
    Price: $350.00
    John Pope
    Union General John Pope Signature With Date & Rank
  • 65472
    Price: $1,500.00
    Nathaniel Lyon
    General Nathaniel Lyon ALS from Nebraska Territory
  • 65468
    Price: $1,750.00
    Nathaniel Lyon
    Nathaniel Lyon, as General, ALS from "Bleeding Kansas"
  • 65000
    Price: $1,500.00
    [Benjamin F. Butler]
    Benjamin F. Butler's Proclamation to New Orleans, Recently Captured Confederate Stronghold
  • 64787
    Price: $600.00
     Civil War
    Union Officer Writes To Lynchburg Woman, "the death of the Confederacy was so near at hand"
  • 64736
    Price: $1,500.00
    William T. Sherman
    William T. Sherman in Battle! Oil on Canvas Portrait
  • 64588
    Price: $6,000.00
    Robert E. Lee
    Robert E. Lee's Gavel, an Amazing Well-Documented Relic
  • 63658
    Price: $2,000.00
    John A. Dahlgren
    John A. Dahlgren: Civil War naval commander’s signed copy of engineering journal
  • 63270
    Price: $500.00
    Samuel B. Maxey
    Samuel B. Maxey, Confederate commander and Texas politician, PSA/DNA slabbed signature clip
  • 63105
    Price: $150.00
    Nathaniel P. Banks
    Massachusetts Governor and Civil War Major General Nathaniel P. Banks signature clip
  • 63098
    Price: $300.00
    Henry A. Wise
    Henry A. Wise ALS, Future Governor of Virginia and Confederate Brigadier General
  • 63093
    Price: $350.00
    Clinton Bowen Fisk
    Union Brigadier General Clinton B. Fisk signature clip.
  • 20640
    Price: $1,500.00
     Civil War
    A fine archive highlighting the changing role of African-Americans in 19th Century Society
  • 34114
    Price: $3,000.00
    Joseph Totten
    Interesting Archive of Joseph Totten, Chief of Engineer for the U. S. Army, Complete with Hand-Drawn Schematics of Military Architecture.
  • 51444
    Price: $4,500.00
    Jefferson Davis
    Gen. Nelson A. Miles, in Command of Fort Monroe, Reports that “the prisoner ‘Davis’ is Feeling Quite Comfortable this Morning ... "
  • 53237
    Price: $28,000.00
     Civil War
    Manuscript account of the career of Brigadier General Henry Washington Benham with framed map of Charleston Harbor
  • 54104
    Price: $8,900.00
     Civil War
    A striking huge illustration of the destruction of Fort Sumter accomplished during the Civil War.
  • 54158
    Price: $500.00
     Civil War
    General Edward Winslow Hinks congratulates the all-black 3rd Division of the XVIII Corps on achieving equal pay with white troops.
  • 54563
    Price: $22,000.00
    George Patton Sr.
    A large and significant archive of letters from George S. Patton Sr., Confederate officer and grandfather of General George S. Patton Jr. Including lengthy, detailed letters chronicling the 1863 Jones-Imboden raid on West Virginia, "The Confederate flag has been carried where it never floated before, great damage has been done to an important avenue of the enemy's communication..."
  • 55947
    Price: $650.00
     Civil War
    Framed Vintage Photograph of Union soldiers
  • 56337
    Price: $550.00
    Sterling Price
    Confederate Major General Sterling Price document, signed as Governor of Missouri.
  • 57862
    Price: $2,900.00
    Jefferson Davis
    Free franked Jefferson Davis envelope as U.S. Senator with two page discourse “Plans of the Secessionists,” April 23, 1861, noting “Remedy” and “Errors,” handwritten and signed by Davis’s friend, West Point professor Rev. John W. French – “By declaring that they mean to attack Washington by a certain time, to draw troops there … By terrorism applied, to all farmers and Market people, outside of the District and in Maryland…”

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