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History of the Doles-Cook Brigade-Rare First Edition
Item #: NEW-0016832

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This a quite rare regimental history compiled by Henry W Thomas, 1903, Franklin Printing in Atlanta. There is damage to the covers as can be seen in the scan. Binding is intact though there are a couple of small holes along the spine. There are clusters of ink stains on the front fly pages. Pages are clean on this oversized book with the exception of some light water stains on the first few pages which covers a small upper portion. 

Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
Price: $475.50 USD
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Early Daily Citizen Reprint
Item #: NEW-0016817

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Single sheet paper printed on wallpaper. I believe this to be an early facsimile issue of the famous paper produced by the Union army when Vicksburg was seized. Countless issues were made of the paper, many of which were distributed at GAR reunions. I believe this to be old because of the acidic bleed through visible on the front from the pattern of the wall paper. This has been encapsulated. There are some tiny edge tears as well as a larger edge tear near the top. . These reprint issues have been climbing in value, some as high as $500.  Most of the reprints were made in the 1870's and 80's.

I am listing this with a new computer which is having trouble accepting images from my iphone and camera, hence the abbreviated photo from my scanner which is not quite large enough.

Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
Price: $275.50 USD
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Confederate Veteran-Three Volumes-Morningside Reprints.
Item #: NEW-0016336

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 Nashville: Blue & Gray Press, 1971-74. Hardcover. 3-volume set. 4to. Red textured paper over boards with gilt spine lettering (1893 1894 1895 Volumes), red buckram with gilt spine lettering.. Numerous illustrations, maps, advertisements. Nice  condition on these facsimiles of the first three years of this memorably monthly, each volume containing 12 full issues. This is the  largest collection of personal experiences, anecdotes, battle footnotes,..of the Confederate forces during the Civil War. Inked writing identifying an owner along with some pencil markings by a previous owner of the front fly pages.   

Will be mailed by media mail for a savings.  Excessive postage paid will be refunded



Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Price: $65.50 USD
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Macon Ga UCV Reunion-Colorful Poster
Item #: NEW-0016172

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This great display item measures 33 by 10 inches.  Despite heavy folds, this item looks great.  It was issued by the Cotton Belt Route to entice veterans and others to attend this United Confederate Veteran National Reunion which was held in Macon Georgia in 1912.  It will not be mailed in the frame but folded along the original folds for easy and economic mailing. 

Price: $350.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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Personal Reminiscences Of Robert E Lee-Jones
Item #: NEW-0015826

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This attractive book was written by the Rev. J William Jones, published in 1874 by the D Appleton Co in New York.  The brown leather strap has some scuffing as does the leather corners.  The end papers are beautiful and fresh, matching the decorative cover.  Tightly bound and clean pages. Paper pasted on the front end paper showing the name of a previous owner. 

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $75.50 USD
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Flag of the South-Color Illustrated Nashville Sheet
Item #: NEW-0015147

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This beautiful sheet was published in Nashville in 1861, written by Anna K Hearn.  C D Benson was the publisher.  Note the heavy stains on the cover.  Technically this would not be a Confederate Imprint as Nashville had not yet joined the Confederacy.  Please view the scans to see the condition.

Shipping Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price: $478.50 USD
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How Are You? John Morgan-Nashville Occupied Sheet
Item #: NEW-0015146

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This is a desirable sheet despite the fact that Nashville was occupied early in the war and this example was published in 1864.  It is my understanding that there is a sheet which varies a little that was a Confederate sheet.  This is a pretty clean sheet as can be seen in the scans.  Complete title is "How are You John Morgan." 

Shipping Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price: $458.00 USD
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God Save the Southern Land-Illustrated Confederate Imprint
Item #: NEW-0015144

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Complete Confederate sheet music published in 1864 in Richmond by Geo Dunn & Company.  There are multiple listings in Parrish & Willingham but the outstanding graphics makes this a popular sheet.

Shipping Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price: $478.50 USD
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Catalog Updated
10/20/2017 3:48:00 PM
Occupied Nashville Albumen-George Barnard

$2,500.00

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