Civil War
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Liberty-Not Slavery-1863-Civil War Token
Item #: NEW-0016227

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This token is the size of a penny. I'm not sure the scans are that clear.  The print is crisp with some wear on the portrait.

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Price: $27.50 USD
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Tract-Andrew Johnson Defends the Union As Senator
Item #: NEW-0013785

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Eight page newsprint circular giving the content of a speech that Andrew Johnson made.  Not dated but it was well into the Civil War.  Stains on the edges on the first page.  Edge tears and a jagged hole in the margin.  Condition is poor on the last page.  See scans. I believe it is complete since it was never bound.

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Civil War Tract-The Three Voices-Anti Copper Heads
Item #: NEW-0013783

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Seven pages from the Loyal Publication Society, No 4.  A soldier, farmer, and poet speaks out against the "traitors."  Disbound from something. 

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National Home-Disabled Volunteer Soldiers LS
Item #: NEW-0013656

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Blank page with the masthead which gives the different states which have homes for the disabled vets. Very light, but long crease. See scan.

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Society of the Army of the Cumberland Lettersheet-H V Boynton
Item #: NEW-0013654

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One plus page written and signed by H V Boynton on the letterhead of a Union reunion society.  Dated 1904.  Can be sent in a legal sized envelope for a savings, if requested. 

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Price: $5.50 USD
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Confederate Soldier Color Litho Mini Poster
Item #: NEW-0011358

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I call this a mini poster but actually it was removed (not by me) from a very large book titled The Confederate Soldier in the Civil War.  Beautiful colors and framed it would make a nice display piece.  Someone has placed two strips of non-archival tape on the back, one is holding the separated tip to the poster.  I believe it can be removed .  There is edge wear including a small tear at the top but the eye is drawn to the beauty of the poster.  Measures 15 by 10 inches. 

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $137.50 USD
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Brass Replica-Double Bullet Mold-Colt Style
Item #: NEW-0010031

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I bought this at a flea market where I forgot to bring my magnifying glass, thinking it was a marked civil war relic.  This well made bullet mold for a round ball and minnie ball was made by the Euroarms company in Italy.  Am selling for what I paid for it.  It was still be a nice item for re-enactors as it has some age on it.

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Price: $25.50 USD
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Loyal Union State Ticket-Tennessee
Item #: NEW-009677

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The cheap paper used to produce this ballot as well as the title of the ballot leads me to believe that this was from Brownlow's first gubnatorial campaign which was of course after the ending of the War between the States. This information was taken from Wikepedia. William G Brownlow survived his opponents' attempts to rig the election for governor. The Confederacy had just surrendered, and much of the state had required Union military occupation. Certain ex-Confederate officers were barred from voting, and a strong showing came from the eastern part of the state, a center of Union loyalty where slavery had never been as much a part of the culture and economy, and secession was generally opposed. Tennessee was not officially readmitted to the union until July 2, 1866; even then it was the first ex-Confederate state to be officially readmitted. Brownlow was re-elected by a greatly expanded electorate (with the inclusion of freed slaves) in 1867; he resigned in February 1869 to accept election to the United States Senate by the state legislature, the method used prior to the ratification of the Seventeenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. 

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Price: $35.50 USD
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Colorado Volunteers in the Civil War-Booklet +
Item #: NEW-008188

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This lot consists of two items. One is a soft bound reprint from 1963 by the Pruett Press. Total pages, 159. The original booklet was published in 1906 by the State Historical Society. Excellent condition. Included with this booklet is a pamplet printed by the Denver Westerners Roundup March-April 1991 containing an article by Kenneth Pitman titled "The Battle of Glorieta Pass." Thirteen pages about a battle which was fought in northern New Mexico on March 2-28 1862 and was known as the "Gettysburg of the West."

Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
Price: $32.50 USD
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The Battle of Franklin-Sims Crownover
Item #: NEW-008187

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Soft bound booklet which was reprinted from the December issue 1955 of the Tennessee Historical Quarterly. Light corner crease on front cover, a red pen mark and an old price which did not quite erase on the cover. Very clean interior. I found inside the book an invitation to the Shiloh Centennial Ceremony which was held in 1962. It was mailed with a first day issue Shiloh stamp and clear cancel from Shiloh. See scan.

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Price: $37.50 USD
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Guide to Indiana Civil War Manuscripts
Item #: NEW-008184

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Soft bound booklet put out by the Indiana Civil War Centennial Commission in 1965. By Ann Turner. Contains histories of the Indiana Units and some Ohio and Iowa units.

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Faces of Gettysburg-Photos of Soldiers
Item #: NEW-008183

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This is a very nice soft bound book which shares the photographs in the Gettysburg National Military Park Library. First edition, published in 1997. Fifty seven pictures, giving the fate of each soldier, Union and Confederate.

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Execution of Champ Ferguson-Harper's Page
Item #: NEW-006495

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Single page with engravings portraying the execution of Champ Ferguson, Confederate Guerrilla in Nashville Tennessee. Only the one page out of Harper's magazine but the article about the hanging is on the back. Ferguson was responsible for the killing numerous people, including innocent civilians during the Civil War. Numerous edge tears.

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Patriotic Lettersheet-Pittsburgh & Allegheny
Item #: NEW-006367

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Unused patriotic stationary. Lined paper which opens up to another page without the scenic view. Some dinginess. Otto Krebs was the engraver

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Price: $15.50 USD
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Kurtz Allison Print-Battle of Vicksburg
Item #: NEW-004178

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Nice condition on this beautiful color lithograph original print. Measures 26 and a half inches by 22 inches. A couple of nips out of the upper margin, right hand side. Bright vivid colors. This is the nicest Kurtz Allison Print I have ever owned. "Siege of Vicksburg, "13, 15th and 17th Corps, Commanded by General U S Grant, assisted by the Navy under Admiral Porter-Surrender July 4th 1863."

Battle of Vicksburg

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Price: $275.00 USD
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Alabama Militia Engraved Pass-1858
Item #: CIV-000216

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Here's a nice little pre-war item for the 1st Volunteer Regiment in Camp, Mobile June 9th 1858 to admit Mr. Walthall and invited and signed by 2nd Corporal C Bingham (?).of the State Artillery-Continentals.

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Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $205.50 USD
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Catalog Updated
8/9/2021 11:52:00 AM
1919-Howard Christy WWI Poster

$275.00

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