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  • 67634
    Price: $19,500.00
    Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson
    Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson War Date Battle Content ALS Superb!
  • 67499
    Price: $1,000.00
     Enola Gay
    "Enola Gay" Souvenir Navigator's Log Signed by 3 Crew Members: Tibbets, Ferebee, & Van Kirk
  • 67303
    Price: $1,200.00
     Middle East
    Important Middle East Notes of Habib from Meeting between US & Lebanon
  • 67250
    Price: $500.00
    Matthew Perry
    Mathew C. Perry Signature, PSA/DNA Encapsulated and Graded NM-MT 8
  • 64418
    Price: $350.00
    John M. Schofield
    John Schofield Boldly Signed Letter, 1893
  • 64220
    Price: $1,200.00
    King George III of England
    King George III Signed Document With Reference to Charles O'Hara
  • 63999
    Price: $3,000.00
     Mexican War
    Mexican War and Civil War service record of John Southwick: U.S. Navy carpenter, engineer, artillery officer, ship designer, and artist
  • 63973
    Price: $300.00
    Charles Dwight Sigsbee
    Rear Admiral Charles Sigsbee signature
  • 63313
    Price: $400.00
     Native American
    Fort McRae, New Mexico vouchers issued during Indian Wars
  • 63107
    Price: $200.00
    George C. Marshall
    George C. Marshall replies to 7-year-old New Jersey wheel chair-bound girl
  • 63092
    Price: $350.00
    Mark W. Clark
    Mark W. Clark, TLS, President Emeritus of the Citadel.
  • 52389
    Price: $125,000.00
    Robert Lee
    While Stonewall Jackson hovers between life and death, General Robert E. Lee, the day after the Confederate Army’s “glorious victory” at Chancellorsville, congratulates his soldiers for their “heroic conduct,” but laments “the absence for a time of one to whose bravery, energy, and skill they are so much indebted for success” – General Stonewall Jackson had been shot on May 2nd; he was to die three days after this was issued, the final draft of Lee’s “General Orders No. 59” – Lee also quotes from a congratulatory letter from President Jefferson Davis!
  • 56933
    Price: $1,000.00
     Civil War
    Framed vintage print of Union Camp Brightwood in Washington, D.C., drawn by “deaf mute” artist, and regimental tailor, John Donovan, who has included himself sketching in this artwork
  • 58206
    Price: $5,500.00
    Winston Churchill
    Winston Churchill Corrected Draft Reading Copy for a Radio Speech in 1944. Churchill speaks of the war in Europe and the Pacific – “Mussolini indeed escaped to eat the bread of affliction at Hitler’s table, to shoot his son-in-law, and to help the Germans wreak vengeance upon the Italian masses …”
  • 58304
    Price: $25,000.00
    Horatio Nelson
    Swatch of the main topsail of Lord Nelson’s flagship H.M.S. Victory – “at the battle of Trafalgar … it was directly below this sail, and in its very shadow that Lord Nelson received his mortal wound…” – with impeccable provenance!
  • 58394
    Price: $2,500.00
    Napoleon Bonaparte
    Framed Display! Napoleon and his army in 1800 at the foot of the Alps! Superb Pellerin Imagerie d’ Épinal brilliantly hand painted woodcut of “Passage du Mont Saint-Bernard” 
  • 58434
    Price: $600.00
     Militaria
    Two British medals, one depicting King George V and Queen Mary, the other depicting their son, King George VI
  • 58575
    Price: $6,000.00
    Nikita Khrushchev
    Khrushchev, Lenin & Stalin tied together on one document!
    SOLD for $5,000.00
  • 59562
    Price: $400.00
     Korean War
    Huge official Korean War Photograph of a U.S. Navy Lieutenant's Briefing of Underwater Demolitions Team "Frogmen" at Wonsan beach, North Korea
  • 59566
    Price: $350.00
     Korean War
    Huge official Korean War Photograph of a Helicopter taking a Crewman from a U.S. Destroyer off the Coast of Korea
  • 59712
    Price: $3,500.00
    Horatio Nelson
    A commemorative tray made from copper sheathing recovered from Horatio Nelson's flagship, the H.M.S. Victory
  • 60376
    Price: $2,200.00
    Jefferson Davis

    Jefferson Davis authorizes his aide to mount a daring raid on the Union P.O.W. camp at Point Lookout, Maryland to free and arm Confederate prisoners

  • 61269
    Price: $2,000.00
     Civil War
    Rare Virginia parole issued on the day of Lincoln's assassination

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