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1 Roman Razor PASS
2 Two Extremely Early New York City Documents, Signed In 1640 At Fort Amsterdam At The Tip Of Manhattan Island. Both Concern The West India Company, The Corporation That Founded What Became New York... 3500
3 1673 Land Title 80
4 James Warren Signed Title Page 50
6 Colonial Receipts 50
7 Woman Letter - 1768 PASS
8 Pennsylvania Loyalty Oath - 1777 130
9 Loyalists Attack a Pennsylvania Woman in her Home 200
10 Timothy Pickering Document Signed In Pennsylvana During His Period Of Constitution Ratification 140
11 A Rare Documentation of British Impressment of American Sailors PASS
12 Miniature Print of Lafayette 200
13 Revolutionary War Pensioner from Tennessee is Dead PASS
14 Women Slaves Distributed 70
15 NC Slave Document - 1821 PASS
16 Slave Auctioneer Receipt 110
17 Slave Manumission Document 140
18 Master Sells His Woman Slave To Her Father 225
19 1850’s Minstrel’s Songster PASS
20 Abolitionist Pitcher by Published by E. Ridgway & Abington, PASS
21 He Was Taken Prisoner By John Brown During the Harper’s Ferry Raid 50
22 Music Sheets related to Black America PASS
23 A Pair of Uncle Tom’s Cabin Music Sheets 100
24 Africans Attacking the White Interlopers PASS
25 Arranging the Slave Cargo 50
26 A Nine Year Old Slave Boy is Sold at Auction PASS
27 Written - Wake Nicodemus PASS
28 Racist Penny Song Sheet "Whack de Row" Broadside PASS
29 Racist Penny Song Sheet "Sambo I Have Missed You" Broadside PASS
30 Racist Civil War Valentine Hybrid Monkey Affectionately Looks Into The Face of His Master PASS
31 War Dated Slave Doc 50
32 Transfering Captured Confederate Land to the Freedman’s Bureau PASS
33 Former Slaves Take to the Stage 275
34 A Coin Issued For The 9th Cavalry PASS
35 The Seal of The Colored School PASS
36 Noted Photographer’s - Share Croppers 350
37 Minstrel Instructions PASS
38 Racist Vintage Ashtray - Black Boy Shooting Craps PASS
39 The Martin Luther King Assassin Is Wanted by the FBI 450
40 Jefferson Davis Letter 375
41 Negotiating the Contract For Guns 120
42 Georgia Financial Instrument - 1857 50
43 North Carolina Slave Bill of Sale 100
44 Starting the Cadet Riflemen Company PASS
45 Lincoln Is Elected In 1860. Claims A Virginia Mistress: "The Women Could And Would Have Done Better." 800
46 This Alabama Soldier Would Be KIA Within Months of This Letter PASS
47 President of the Senate Confirms Gen. Dunovant & Col. Ripley PASS
48 A Pair of Documents Concerning the Palmetto Guard PASS
49 Instructions from General Beauregard to Have Rail Road Cars at the First Battle of Manassas 400
50 Cobb’s Legion Officer Writes to the Brother of a Dead Officer 200
51 The Confederate Government is Not Liable for Kidnapped Slaves PASS
52 Three Union Financial Docs PASS
53 Lee Approves The Pass 225
54 Military ReAssignment 475
55 Wishes She Was Further South In "Dixie Land" Instead of Leesburg, Virginia In April 1861 But "The People Here Are More Patriotic Than I Expected." 750
56 Pair of Confederate Letters - KIA at Seven Pines and Mention of Pickett and Execution of Deserters 200
57 8th Kentucky Cavalry Soldier Writes of the Exchange of John Hunt Morgan 550
58 Confederate Letter from the Close of the War in North Carolina 150
59 Three Confederate Notes 50
60 Famous Charleston Lawyer W. F. Colcock Describes Charleston’s Condition in January 1862 PASS
61 S.C. Infantry Letter from Sullivan's Island with Envelope & Nice 5 Cent CSA 1 Green Jeff Davis Stamp & Perfect Charleston Cancellation 160
62 " I Have…Sen[t] By…Our Courier The Remains of Your Deceased Husband. A Metallic Case Would Have Cost…". PASS
63 General Pillow is Chastised for Errors of Judgement at Fort Donelson and Ordered to Report to General Bragg 425
64 Landing of Troops Before the Battle of Shiloh 275
65 Confederate Substitute Documents 100
66 North Carolina Civilian Letter “...Mother says make haste whip the Yankees and come home” PASS
67 Nice Texas General Order 50
68 Issued From Headquarters, Department of Texas, Houston - 1862 PASS
69 Advises Ruggles That He Needs Transportation and Weapons For 1000 PASS
70 The CSA Observes “A Day of Fasting and Prayer” 50
71 Confederate - Enlistment Of Texas Troops 90
72 Document Endorsed By The Other Stonewall 100
73 “Made two enemy's boats strike colors” 190
74 Early Richmond CSA Bond PASS
75 An Early Richmond Issued CSA Bond PASS
76 $500 Confederate Bond Feature the Vice President 100
77 He Served as the President of the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States. PASS
78 This CSA Bond Features E.C. Elmore PASS
79 12th Louisiana Soldier Writes of the Death of His Brother and a POW Letter 200
80 C.S. Ordnance Sergeant Receives Damaged Howitzers 100
81 Texas Confederate Slave Sale Document PASS
82 Confederate Soldier Writes on Behalf of a Slave to His Master in South Carolina 150
83 2nd Maryland Battalion Letter After Gettysburg PASS
84 Scarce Letter from the 35th Virginia - White’s Cavalry PASS
85 Shaking Hands And Saying "Howdy" To A Yankee Picket. 150
86 Teacher Exempt from Confederate Military Service 110
87 Libby Prison Receipt 225
88 Chopping Wood for the Confederacy PASS
89 Medical Appointments by Order of Bragg 275
90 CSA Financial Docs PASS
91 CSA Expense Report 50
92 CSA Slave Document 180
93 Death Certificate For A Desserter 100
94 George S. Patton's Confederates Beat Back Union General Averell at The Battle of Rocky Gap, West Virginia 600
96 Confederate Money 50
97 Confederate Documents 100
98 Hampton’s Legion Soldier Writes of Fighting in Virginia PASS
99 Soldier’s Widow Not On The List For Relief in Georgia PASS
100 CS Letter & TURNED COVER - Pvt. Warren Ward, 1st Battalion Georgia Sharp Shooters - "IN LINE OF BATTLE, ATLANTA" PASS
101 The Alabamian Was Reviewed By Uncle Bob PASS
102 A Member of Robert E. Lee's Headquarter Guard Does Not Expect To Survive The War. PASS
103 Making Confederate Jean Style Pants In 1864. PASS
104 Confederate General Stevens Reports the Cannons Still Present at Drewry’s Bluff 1100
105 Reconnaissance Report PASS
106 Paying For The Slave Labor 130
107 Confiscating Civilian Arms 225
108 The CSA Prison Acknowledge The Good Treatment Of Their Captors 110
109 Assignment Of SC Soldier PASS
110 War Dated General James LongstreetAutograph Letter Signed 1500
111 The Confederacy Will Not Let Him Go Even After An Amputation PASS
112 14th Virginia Cavalry Provision Receipt To Valley Farmer PASS
113 The Slaves Stole My Furniture 60
114 Confederate Citizen Takes Oath 80
115 War Date Document Signed by the CSA Secretary of War 275
116 1st Lousiana Heavy Artillery Letter PASS
117 Conscripted Three Times - Escaped PASS
118 Fight to Death resolution - South Carolina 150
119 A Late Date Conscription PASS
120 8th Texas Soldier States He Will Respect the Laws Pertaining to Emancipated Slaves 170
121 Scarce Music Sheet Dedicated to a Confederat General PASS
122 S.B. Buckner Appoints a Police Judge Who Is Killed By A Marshall Within A Year PASS
123 Louisiana Confederate Military Records 200
124 Robert E. Lee Booklet PASS
125 Secretary of Treasury for the Confederacy Writes of the Newly Designed Confederate Flag 400
126 Fort Fisher Medal of Honor Recipient General Newton Martin Curtis Document PASS
127 Lorenzo Thomas - Courtsmartial PASS
128 Political Covers PASS
129 Cover - McClellan & Andreson - Bronze 50
130 Archive of War-Dated Documents for a Medal of Honor Winner PASS
131 Song Sheet Dedicated To the Fallen Soldiers in Baltimore PASS
132 He Led the Famous ‘Jessie Scouts’ Who Captured CSA Colonel Gilmor 400
133 Stanton Writes; “I shall be glad to hear the crack of the old rifle in the field ...” 450
134 5th Vermont Letter PASS
135 13th Mass Infantry on Baseball, the capture of the Maryland Secession Reps Letter PASS
136 The Rebels “Shot poison balls at our men… any person that puts poison in their balls ought to be killed.” PASS
137 5th Connecticut Infantry - First Battle of Winchester PASS
138 Signed by Julius P. Garesche, whose Head was Blown Off by a Confederate Cannon Ball PASS
139 Circular makes A Plea To Join The Famous "People's Ellsworth Regiment" 225
140 The Union Military Is Panicky PASS
141 Philadelphia Newspaper Offices Are Raided By Angry Mobs After Supporting The Southern Cause Following The Bombardment of Fort Sumter. PASS
142 The Pennsylvania Militia "Invade" Virginia; A Slave Owner (Who Can't Find An American Flag) Plies Them With Cakes, Pies and Milk! 200
143 Skirmish At Harpers Ferry, July Fourth 1861: Witnessing A Soldier Being Shot Through The Heart. PASS
144 Describes The Union Sentiment In Sharpsburg; John Brown's School House and His Harpers Ferry Raid Plotting House. 150
145 A Grand Spectacle-Seven Thousand of Patterson's Men Cross The Potomac Into Virginia On Their Way To Winchester. PASS
146 Describing Martinsburg, Virginia's Secessionist Leanings . PASS
147 Contraband of War Letter Signed by Secretary Seward 180
148 Passing Ships Are Fired Upon; Spies Are Thrown Into The Guard House At Camp Defiance; This Shiloh KIA Would Like To Shot those Spies; A Civilian Visitor Gets The Scar of His Life! 150
149 Hilton Head Contrabands Come In All The Time PASS
150 Zouaves Regiments March Down Broadway-Great Description of The Zouave Uniform With Illustration 425
151 Early Patriotic Music Sheet 425
152 Great Color on This Grand March 325
153 Glorious Color In This Battle Scene 300
154 Very Patriotic Color Illustration 325
155 Group of Civil War Patriotic Covers PASS
156 The following run of letters are from the letter archive of Thomas Howard Ruger (1833-1907) born in Lima, New York sought a career in the army graduating from West Point third in the class of 1854.... 350
157 A Struggle Emerges: Is War Over Slavery or Maintaining The Union. General Ruger Is For Maintaining The Union First! 300
158 Ruger Suspects That The Neutrality Declared By England and France Was Just A Cover To Divide The Federal Government 250
159 Ruger Is Impressed By Pope's Bombastic Speech-Lincoln's Call For Men Will "Show Them The Impossibility of Maintaining The War." 200
160 General Ruger Is Disgusted By Talk of Emancipation By Congress-It Can Be Achieved "By Movements of The Army." 450
161 Ruger Cannot See The Benefits of Emancipation or In Replacing McClellan 375
162 After Hearing Lincoln Tell Jokes Ruger Determines He Is Not A "Great Man." 500
163 President Lincoln & Wife Appear At The Army of The Potomac's Grand Review 1400
164 19th Massachusetts POW Letter PASS
165 Colonel of the 142nd and 24th Mass Letters PASS
166 Union Soldier Writes of Battles in Tennessee PASS
167 40th Ohio Vols Letter on Prisoners PASS
168 12th Massachusetts Infantry 2nd Manassas Letter 100
169 Cooper Shop Volunteer Refreshment Saloon and Hospital Certificate 140
170 14th New Hampshire Soldier Writes of a Fight at Manassas PASS
171 32nd Mass Soldier Writes of Church and Selling his Photography Studio PASS
172 15th New Jersey Soldier Writes of the Battle of Fredericksburg PASS
173 38th Mass Soldiers Letter 200
174 1st Massachusetts Infantry Pensiula Campaign Letter - with Content on Berdan’s Sharpshooters and More PASS
175 Medal of Honor Winner Writes of his Capture at Centerville PASS
176 “..I suppose you have heard the victory at Henry’s Island..” 50
177 3rd Maine Hannibal Johnson - Great P.O.W. Sword Story! 450
178 Exceptional Detailed 16 Page Letter PASS
179 Writing From Embattled Winchester, Va. On the leaf of an old blank book made in 1786! PASS
180 Action at Bristoe Station - Great Escape Story... Chased by Rebels PASS
181 Letter With Ballon Content Spying -Written on Great patriotic Letterhead 200
182 “There is one Brigade of Negroes encamped here in Beaufort’ 150
183 Rebel Soldiers Invite Swimming Union Pickets Over The Tennessee River. 150
184 Tensions Run High In Kentucky: "Somebody Fired Some Guns Off Across The River…We Let Off Every Gun At Them Without Knowing Whether They Was Shooting At Us." 425
185 Locked Inside A House Near The U. S. Capitol A 12 Year-Old Is Forced To Cater To Drunken Soldiers. PASS
186 A Topographical Engineer's Wounding At Yorktown Results In Amputation; He Extorts Sea Food From A Contraband Thru Threats of Imprisonment; Her Portrait Is Lost. PASS
187 Virginia's Women: "Are Bitter & Spiteful And Were It Not From Fear They Would Treat Us Like So Many Dogs." 325
188 Describes His Feelings In Battle-Lt. Parker Falling Dead At His Side Shook Him Only Momentarily. PASS
189 Lengthy Description of The Burning of Westover Plantation; Regular Army Troopers Vs Volunteer Soldiers. 300
190 Secession Women of Williamsburg, Virginia Are Full of Secession Women Who Chant: "Good, Good The Yankees Are Retreating" 600
191 McClellan Evacuates The Peninsula; Newport News-The Site Of The CSS Merrimac's Destruction; Their Steamer Is Nearly Sunk By A Reckless Transport. PASS
192 The Destruction of Sharpsburg Is All Too Real To Officer Gensel; The Union Hamlet Is Riddled With Shot and Shell; Col. Croasdale Mets His End At Antietam. PASS
193 A Great Description of The Dunkard Church On Antietam's Battlefield; Col. Croasdale's Form Lays Mouldering In The Grave. PASS
194 Battle of Second Bull Run: 14th United States Regular Infantry. 900
195 After Fredericksburg The Army's "Faith In Genl. Burnside Is Gone. Little Mc Is The Only Man…With Him…They Would Conquer Or Die…" 300
196 Spying On Union General Hooker's Conversation With A US Senator 100
197 General Keyes Men Are Reprimanded After The Battle of Seven Pines. PASS
198 A Squirrel Hunter's Pursuit Letter. 100
199 His Brother's Death Hits Him Hard. 100
200 The 14th Vermont Fires on Rebel Cavalry PASS
201 Battle of Chantilly Letter 150
202 On His Brother's Loss at 2nd Bull Run 100
203 General McCook Declares That The Rebels Have Outflanked Them. PASS
204 Occupied New Bern NC Card Passes 110
205 Secretary of the Interior’s Wife Soliciting Christmas Donations PASS
206 Secretary of Navy Welles Requests Funds to Cast Heavy Ordnance at the Washington Navy Yard 350
207 Secretary Chase Congratulates General Halleck on the Victory at Fort Donelson 450
208 Letter to General Corcoran by the Officers of the 155th New York Vols. 100
209 Appointing Surgeon to Medical Hospital in St. Louis PASS
210 Man Shot in Cold Blood PASS
211 Cargo Documents 50
212 52nd Illinois Document - Soldier Wants Discharge 50
213 General Wool Will Not Allow Lawless Behaviour PASS
214 General Keyes Signed Surgeon’s Disability Certificate PASS
215 General Sherman AES 80
216 Union and Confederate Pickets Met Between The Lines and Share Their Rations 100
217 Massachusetts Regimental Dance Invitation "DANCE, For There Is A Time To Dance" With Racially Insensitive Ditty: "NI**ER ON A MULE COMIN!" PASS
218 He Died in Georgia - 1862 300
219 A Connecticut Enlistment Form PASS
220 The "Beautiful" Bridge Once Destroyed By John Hunt Morgan; Assigned Color Bearer Among "Reb" Leaning Kentuckians. 100
221 A Soldier's Photograph Is Thrown In The "Slop Pail" After His Fair Maiden Learns of His Commission In A Black Regiment. 180
222 Defending Louisville From John Hunt Morgan Raiders…A Soldier Dresses As A Citizen (Risking Court Martial) To Get Married. 325
223 Louisville Is Placed Under Martial Law As John Hunt Morgan Begins His Raid Into Indiana and Ohio. 550
224 He Numbers Himself Among One of The Many of Nurse Nellie M. Chase's (America's Florence Nightingale) Admirers. PASS
225 General Rosecrans' Cavalry Escort Travels "At Full Stretch." 150
226 "Andover Copperhead" Guerrillas Murder Tropp Requa While Gen. Rosecrans Seeks For a Crossing of The Tennessee River. 250
227 General Rosecrans & Staff Get Lost In A Saltpeter Mine and then "Rosy Has Made A Strange, Bold Move…We Implicitly Trust The Man." 250
228 After Chickamauga: High Praise of Rosecrans; Vowing To Defend Chattanooga To The Last and A Flag of Truce Helps Collect "Loads of Agony." 300
229 The Union High Command Is Reorganized After Chickamauga and Brother Meets Brother Between The Lines. PASS
230 Future President Garfield Leaves "Rosy's" Staff; Rations Grow Thin; Republicans Win Mid-Term Elections and Captured Reb Steamers Open The Lines. 200
231 The Starving Begins At Chattanooga 100
232 Battle of Wauhatchie and Col. Underwood's Grisly Wound PASS
233 An Amazing Eye-Witness Account of Besieged Chattanooga. 1100
234 Playing The Role of Courier To Visit Gravely Wounded Col. Adin Underwood. PASS
235 Battle of Lookout Mountain: "We Could See Them Come Round The Side Bearing Our Dear Old Flag, The Enemy Fleeing Before Them." 425
236 Looking For A Commission In One Of General Butler's "Negro" Cavalry Regiments. PASS
237 Active Raids Help Capture a CSA General and Rejuvenates The Men of Anderson Troop. PASS
238 Brave Sgt. Sowersby Nearly Loses His Life Mrs. Jones' Well Which Is Now Used As A Stinky "Sink." PASS
239 14th Connecticut Soldier Writes of Chancellorsville and General Lee PASS
240 Dies From Chickamauga Wounds “ ...all proved to no avail to resist the shaft of death...” PASS
241 40th Ohio Soldier Writes of his Hatred of the Rebels - Both North and South PASS
242 Soldier Writes a Friend in the Mercantile Battery Who Later Died of Wounds at Sabine Cross PASS
243 Civil War Letter Archive of 141st Pennsylvania Soldiers - Some With Sexual Content 2500
244 7th New Hampshire KIA at Ft. Wagner Writes of the ‘Crackers’ of South Carolina 375
245 War-Date General Lorenzo Thomas Letter Mentions a Narrow Escape From Death at the Hands of the Guerillas of Mississippi 150
246 The Blockade Captures ‘Refugee’ Gamblers off the Wilmington Coast 150
247 Stoneman’s Raid PASS
248 1st Rhode Island Cavalry Diary 550
249 Tennessee Ordinance Report - 1863 PASS
250 141st New York Soldier Writes of Conditions in Camp PASS
251 10th Connecticut Soldier Writes of the Loss of Colonel Leggett and Getting Shelled from Fort Sumter PASS
252 Irish Brigade Letter on the Bristoe Campaign PASS
253 General McClernand Writes the Governor of Wisconsin on the Conduct of his Men in the Battles Leading to Vicksburg PASS
254 13th PA.,I rish Dragoons, Fighting Rebs in the Shenandoah Valley! PASS
255 Locking Up A Drunk Soldier Can Be Hazardous PASS
256 Written on Morris Island, July 1863 - Great Description of Mortars & Artillery PASS
257 Union General describes the Battle of Chancellorsville 1600
258 Of Stonewall jackson He Says, “He is a hard old knot. 150
259 Brigade Commander Builds Up The Defence of Hilton Head 350
260 A Superb Rare Group of 103rd Ohio Letters Repelling Confederate Cavalryman Pegram's Kentucky Invasion. 1000
261 "McClellan Has Shown The Cloven Foot…He Is A Murder On A Grand Scale." PASS
262 Poor Choice of Words: " It Fairly Stilled The Clamor of The Men Seeing Those Little Children & I Heard More Than Tough Old Soldier Ejaculate 'God bless them'…". 100
263 The General Reccommends An Officer 400
264 Baltimore Pass for Medical Assistant PASS
265 Mainer in Washington Takes the Oath PASS
266 “...the rebels have 25,000 men between Jackson and Grenada to oppose our passage down the Yazoo...” 400
267 Letter Signed by Secretary of Navy Welles and Admiral Paulding 130
268 1st North Carolina Colored Vols Letter 300
269 The Mayor of Philadelphia Vouches for a Virginia Woman PASS
270 Nice New Orleans Pass 140
271 6th Kansas Cavalry Document For Coffins PASS
272 Soldier Requests to see the Chaplain and dies the next day PASS
273 184th Pennsylvania Letter on Stoneman’s Raid PASS
274 Many of San Francisco's "Respectable Young Men Can Get No Work So They Are Enlisting." PASS
275 Beaufort's Ironclad Fleet Organize Boat Races While The Town "Is Fast Going To Decay. The Houses Are All Occupied By…Gideonites or Darkies." PASS
276 Deep Rich Color on This Military Image 130
277 Fractional Currency PASS
278 Group of Union Documents PASS
279 6th Connecticut Soldier Writes of Seeing 22 Men Executed 200
280 The Final Blow to Early’s Army in the Shenandoah 500
281 55th Mass Infantry Colored Troops Letter 550
282 Letter from Arkansas Crossing the Battlefield Gen. Lyon was Killed 100
283 188th New York Soldier Writes of Landing at City Point, Virginia PASS
284 1st Massachusetts Letter on the Battle at Spotsylvania Court House PASS
285 George Meade Jr. Writes of the USMA Cadets 160
286 Description of all the 2nd Massachusetts Battle Flags PASS
287 Rebels In Route To Burn Chambersburg _ He Escapes Capture PASS
288 Colonel Robert F, Taylor Writes of Battle Content PASS
289 Union Soldier Describes Vicksburg after the Fall 120
290 Altoona Pass Battle Letter -One color barer was bayoneted on the works and their color captured PASS
291 An 11-page “Diary” Style Letter - There was all of our color guard hit but me and I expected it.” 650
292 “I had a ball through my cap that day, but it didn’t hurt me” PASS
293 A Chaplain Dines At The Table of A Wealthy Man Who Was Murdered By Guerrillas; Sharing His Last Crackers With A Soldier While Trying To Reach His Regiment in Lower Tennessee. 375
294 Voting From The Field In '64 and The Battle of Cedar Creek. PASS
295 War Railroad Stock PASS
296 Paying the Federal Troops PASS
297 Soldier Votes by Proxy PASS
298 Charles Durang Civil War Letter 100
299 Transporting Soldiers in Virginia PASS
300 1864 Pass on Rare Form PASS
301 Six Patriotic Songsheets 190
302 Pair of Union Substitute Documents PASS
303 Union Sutler Documents PASS
304 On the Road to Franklin 150
305 Unusual Civil War Nurse Letter 225
306 Great Execution Letter 900
307 Pennsylvania Politics and the Election of Lincoln 100
308 On Trial in the War PASS
309 Union Army - Arrest Documents PASS
310 The Heart is the Badge of the 24th Army Corps PASS
311 War-date Document Signed by General Emory 50
312 This Union Document Notes the Officers Servant PASS
313 Union Generals Square Over The Price of Whiskey 100
314 Reports Circulate That He Is Dead; The Captain "Would Call Them Blockheads." PASS
315 Reporting on The Southern Army's Condition While A POW PASS
316 Rebel POWs Are Rounded Up At The Rapidan PASS
317 Rare War-Date Printing Chattanooga Campaign Battle Report PASS
318 Union Soldier Letters PASS
319 Celebrating the Fall of Richmond in the Lincoln Hospital 100
320 199th Pennsylvania Soldier Letter - Reviewed By Lincoln 100
321 War Reminiscence of General Martin Davis Hardin 300
322 Soldier’s Letter on “The Veterans of ‘64” letterhead 110
323 Reconstruction In The South - South Carolina Is Not Yet Loyal 100
324 General Lorenzo Thomas Sends a Commission for an Officer in the USCT PASS
325 Commission Issued By The Army of the American Eagle For A Woman PASS
326 Soldier of 130th Indiana Infantry Writes on CSA Postal Stationary 400
327 1st Massachusetts Cavalry Letter Written on Muster Roll 150
328 148th Pennsylvania Soldier Writes of the Assassination of Lincoln and the Surrender of Lee 425
329 The Lincoln Conspirators Trial 600
330 In reviewing The Troops in Savannah, Several Officers Do Not Salute Sherman PASS
331 " I Wanted Him To Stand In Congress And Defy The Minions Of Abe Lincoln's Authority." 100
332 Arresting An Unreconstructed Rebel For Attacking A Black Laborer in Danville, Virginia. 1200
333 Patriotic Songster PASS
334 Unusal Annapolis Hospital Pass 50
335 The Surrender of Lee at Appomattox 300
336 Enormous Cost of Lives in War 50
337 Secretary of War Stanton Sends Colonel Jeffries a Brevet for Brigadier General 160
338 Letter to Benson Lossing About his History of the Rebellion PASS
339 WIA at Hatcher’s Run, 20th Mass Soldier Wants the Ball and Piece of Bones from his Head Wound PASS
340 New York Bounty Vouchers PASS
341 24th Army Corps General Orders Signed by Officers PASS
342 Union GO’s PASS
343 War-date Autograph Letter Signed by General George Chapman 50
344 Union Enlistments and Discharge PASS
345 Capture of Savannah and Fort McAllister; Negro Pioneers; Their Brigade is Shelled By Raw Rebel Troops 150
346 On April Fool's Day This Vermont Officer Senses The End Is Near For Robert E. Lee PASS
347 William H. Seward Signed "Department of State" Letter. 170
348 Montgomery Blair Autograph Letter Signed 60
349 Showing the Striking Difference In The Intent Of Reconstruction and The fact of Reconstruction 200
350 Stealing from the Army Investigated 15 Years Later PASS
351 He Was Court Martialed For His 2nd Bull Run Performance PASS
352 This Confederate Spent Half The War As A POW 150
353 Unusual Tintype - Chassem de Vincennes PASS
354 The Army of The Potomac's Provost Marshal Marsena Patrick PASS
355 Irish-Born Union General Thomas A. Smyth Who Died Of Wounds As Lee Surrendered At Appomattox 225
356 Henry Wilson Autograph and CDV In Civil War Uniform PASS
357 Militia Ambrotype PASS
358 Preparing For The Enlistment PASS
359 Grant and Lee PASS
360 Union Soldier Tintypes 60
361 Brig. Gen. "Fighting Elleck" Hays PASS
362 Union Commander Don Carlos Buell PASS
363 Fine War date Image 50
364 Ready to Serve 100
365 Proud Naval Officer PASS
366 Drummer Boy Tintype 160
367 Full Standing Image of a Drummer Boy 160
368 Generals Stuart, Hill and Ewell PASS
369 Alonzo Benjamin - KIA Gettysburg PASS
370 1863 Kansas Legislature CDV PASS
371 Armed Union Soldier 150
372 Generals McClellan, Meade, Hancock, and Kearny PASS
373 Generals Thomas, Sherman, Scott and Butler PASS
374 Generals Breckinridge, Johnston and Buckner PASS
375 CDV’s from the 1860s PASS
376 Large Union Soldier Photograph 170
377 Philadelphia CDV of Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant, Ca. 1865 PASS
378 A Rare Pair of Confederate Brigadier General McCulloch Photographs 500
379 Fancy Painted Photographers Back Drop 120
380 Smoke Break PASS
381 A Collection of Twenty Civil War Tokens 160
382 Efficient Camping Tool 50
383 Civil War or Later Entrenching Tool PASS
384 GAR Silver Plated “Kepi” Case 90
385 Black Powder Leather Flask PASS
386 Polish Composer and pianist Frederick Francois Chopin PASS
387 Print of the Confederate and Union Commanders PASS
388 Supreme Court of Illinois - With Stephen Douglas as Member 50
389 Bound Volume of Of Ohio Newspapers Support Lincoln 650
390 Willilam Henry Seward Autograph Letter Signed a Month Before the 1860 Election 180
391 1860 Constitutional Union Party Ribbon - Bell & Everett PASS
392 Lincoln At Cooper Union PASS
393 President Lincoln Rhode Island Gem Type 160
394 Unusual Gem Type of President Lincoln 190
395 Seminal Portrait of President Abraham Lincoln Meeting George McClellan and Staff in the Aftermath of the Battle of Antietam PASS
396 President Lincoln CDV by Fredricks PASS
397 The Assassin of Abraham Lincoln 400
398 Nice Lincoln CDV with New Jersey Photographer Backmark PASS
399 Ohio Supports Lincoln for a Second term PASS
400 Letter to Abraham Lincoln PASS
401 1864 Election Tally Sheet PASS
402 Brady 1864 Image of President Lincoln PASS
403 Another Brady 1864 Image of President Lincoln PASS
404 Touching Remembrance of Seeing President Lincoln 180
405 Intricate Lincoln Memorial Item 375
406 Unusual Purple Glass Ambrotype of President Lincoln PASS
407 The Grand Review and Of The Conspirators: "We Will Have A Great Hanging Time Here Very Soon." 150
408 Politics Post Lincoln Assassination 50
409 Pair of Photograph’s of the Manager of Ford’s Theater 130
410 Autograph of John Hay 100
411 The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln 1300
412 Abraham Lincoln Mourning Group 180
413 Photograph of the “Our American Cousin” Broadside PASS
414 New York City Lincoln Mourning Piece PASS
415 Letter to Lincoln’s Secretary about American History PASS
416 The Boston Massacre Monument from the Fostell Collection PASS
417 Lincoln Essay Medal PASS
418 Lincoln Centennial Medal PASS
419 Solid Bronze Casting Of Abraham Lincoln, 2000
420 Abraham Lincoln Anectdotes 50
421 Lincoln Restruck Peace Medal PASS
422 Scarce Silver Mirror Wellington Pitcher PASS
423 Early Napoleon Engraving PASS
424 Governor Documents Signed By Caleb Strong PASS
425 War of 1812 Naval Hero 50
426 A New York Militia Act PASS
427 Rare Privateer Surgeon’s Letter from the War of 1812 130
428 New Hampshire Militia Broadside PASS
429 Sunderland Lustre Jug PASS
430 Our Early Naval Heroes PASS
431 His Death Led To The Mexican War-Rare Cover: Choctaw Agency, Mississippi. 275
432 Will Signed by Commander of the James River Squadron 50
433 General Jesup Signed Letter 50
434 A Group of 4 Hand Tinted Naval Engravings PASS
435 Painting Of Heroic Red Cross Nurse Wounded In The Battle Field 150
436 Remember the Maine PASS
437 Spanish American War Pitcher 120
438 A Pair of Span Am War Letters 100
439 An Original Painting of the MS Uddeholm 110
440 Span Am War Photo PASS
441 The General Wants His Money 70
442 WWI - “Souvenir de France” PASS
443 World War I Aero Squadron Group 60
444 WWI Victory Horseshoe PASS
445 Very Unusual - A Pair of WWII Trench Art Shrapnel Knives 120
446 World War 1 Memorial German Beer Stein PASS
447 World War I - Liberty Bonds 60
448 He Sank The First German Submarine of World War One PASS
449 Insulting The Nazis PASS
450 The Government Wants Money To Support The War Effort PASS
451 I Shall Return PASS
452 The Tank Tea Pot PASS
453 Folk Art Nazi Chess Pieces 150
455 Viet Nam Commander, Signed Photo PASS
456 Moon Landing Plaque PASS
457 Henry Ward Beecher Note to His Superintendent of the Beecher's farm, near Peekskill 50
458 Business Leaders signatures PASS
459 Philosopher’s Plaque PASS
460 Antique Leather Powder Pouch, PASS
461 Mexican War Period Bowie, PASS
462 Sulky Match Case PASS
463 Shakespeare Engraving PASS
464 Beautiful Pope Medal Issued Upon The Consecration of the Basilica of St. Paul PASS
465 Early Honesdale Mineral Water Bottle PASS
466 1870 Cigar Smoking Chromolithography PASS
467 Lourdes Enamel Pinback PASS
468 Antique Quaker Oats Advertising Bowl PASS
469 The Snuff Container PASS
470 Concealed Gambling device PASS
471 Large Decorated Pitcher PASS
472 Possible Prison Made Weapon - Gun/Knife PASS
473 Billy Club 60
474 1881 Engraved Award 50
475 Famous Period Lithograph of a Hall of Fame Thoroughbred PASS
476 Heavy Mail Pouch Padlock With Key 100
477 Three Family Serving Spoons PASS
478 Columbian Half Dollar Tin PASS
479 1892 Columbus Plate PASS
480 Color Printed Doll Pattern Fabric PASS
481 Gin For The Cross of Honor PASS
482 Queen Victoria Bisque Statuette PASS
483 Mount Vernon Slave Related Cherry Tree Relic PASS
484 Table Top Musket Decorations PASS
485 Handsome Bar Decanter From A Three Hundred Year Distiller PASS
486 "Friedrich von Schiller" Clay Medallion PASS
487 Cast Iron Knuckles 200
488 A Pair of Decorated Bowie Knives PASS
489 Serious Weapon - Billy Club With A Swinging Ball 300
490 Fascinating Coaster Collection PASS
491 Enamel Container Lids PASS
492 The Bard of Avon 50
493 Double Horned Plains Indian Tomahawk PASS
494 Quebec Canandian Celebration Handkerchief PASS
495 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915, San Francisco, Calif. PASS
496 Desktop Clock And Tray PASS
497 Rare Litho Cup For George V , Mary, 1911 Coronation PASS
498 Post War Military Style Flashlight PASS
499 Four Cumberland Leather Belts PASS
500 Cartoon Comic Figures Jiggs and Maggie 60
501 Wedgwood Coronation Beaker Of Edward VIII Which Never Happened PASS
502 3 Whale hunting Mugs 50
503 1847 Letter from South America to Massachusetts - Discusses Cotton Sales in 1844 Mississippi - “Spaniards whose characteristics are treachery” 50
504 Jewish-American Col. Marcus Spiegel-The Brother of Spiegel Catalog Founder-Dies In A Civil War Ambush. 950
505 Color Printed Advertising For Emile Zola Book PASS
506 Fire Company Shot Glass in the Form Of A Water Bucket PASS
507 He Lead The Temerance Movement 1850 140
508 A Share Certificate of 'The Jewish Colonial Trust' with Illustrations in Lithographic Print from the Holy Land 1902 100
509 Metal Ashtray With Center Piece of Theodore Herzl, PASS
510 An Early Israel Support Newspaper PASS
511 The First President of Israel 150
512 Jonah Inside The Whale Is The Theme of this Poster By Israel Artist Jean David PASS
513 1793 Funeral Bill PASS
514 Group 6 1790’s Kentucky Wolf Scalp Bounty Receipts PASS
515 Wolf Scalp Bounty PASS
516 Bound Prints - 1825 100
517 Discusses Cotton Sales in 1844 Mississippi 50
518 Early Naval Sinkings PASS
519 A Patriotic Songter PASS
520 The Officers and Votes of Berks County, Pennsylvania PASS
521 Railroad Linking the North & South PASS
522 Another Music Sheet Group, 100
523 War Dated Stock PASS
524 A pair of Almanacs PASS
525 War dated sheet music to include; 500
526 The great Accomplishment Is Ackowledged in Music 275
527 A Milwaukee Stock PASS
528 Mid-West Stock Certificate PASS
529 33 Illustrations By Thomas Nast PASS
530 Letters From THE COLORED HOME and HOSPITAL of New York City, 1872 70
531 Preferred Stock Issued Immediately Following the Company’s Formation PASS
532 Pair of Remington Fire Arms Related Checks PASS
533 Beautiful Calligraphy Award PASS
534 Becomes a Large railRoad Company PASS
535 Art Nouveau French Prints PASS
536 Original Artwork For A San Francisco World’s Fair 375
537 Folk Art - Native American PASS
538 Early 1900’s Gibson Girl Prints PASS
539 The Sinking of the Titanic Memorialized in Music PASS
540 WWII Era Music Sheets PASS
541 Signed Quotation by Abstract Artist 50
542 Marine Painting “To The Rescue” 325
543 Pencil Drawing of “Marlene Dietrich” PASS
544 Political Music Sheets PASS
545 UN Secretary U Thant Signed Flag PASS
546 A Set Of Four America’s Cup Signed Prints 150
547 Unique Photo Frame In the Shape 0f a Coin PASS
548 Fascinating Dag Photo Case PASS
549 Risque and Little People CDV’s PASS
550 Occupational Tintype 100
551 Occupational Large Format Albuman PASS
552 Natural Bridge Photographs PASS
553 Enormous Photograph of “Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. Class 1903” PASS
554 c.1965 Supreme Court Signed Photograph 750
555 Large 35mm Slide Collection PASS
556 Another Slide Collection With 20 Donald Trump Slides PASS
557 Another Large Collection of 35mm Slides PASS
558 1844 Campaign Henry Clay Watch Fop 100
559 Puck was the first successful humor magazine in the United States of colorful cartoons, caricatures and political satire of the issues of the day. It was published from 1871. Puck advocated the... PASS
560 A Nice Grouping of Six Uncle Sam Stone Litho Centerspreads. PASS
561 A Pair of Corruption Stone Litho Centerspreads. 50
562 Nice Mount Vernon Tea Cup & Saucer PASS
563 George Washington Inaugural Button, PASS
564 James Madison and John Quincy Adams 130
565 Harry Truman Presents the Equestrian Statue of General Andrew Jackson PASS
566 William Henry Harrison Convention Silk 100
567 Hover’s Vice President 100
568 The Mayor Announces the Death Of President Garfield. 50
569 Typed Script of 1916 Toast to Theodore Roosevelt PASS
570 1900 McKinley & Roosevelt Campaign Poster 110
571 Faded Coolidge TLS with Dark Signature 50
572 Great Content President Dwight Eisenhower National Security Adviser Letters 950
573 Eisenhower Signed Photo Card PASS
574 Souvenir Copy of President Richard Nixon’s Resignation PASS
575 The 1980 Presidential Ballot PASS
576 An Early Native American Tomahawk 160
577 Unique Folded Locking knife PASS
578 Samuel Colt From Life Portrait 300
579 Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation from 1828–1866 - Scarce Photographs 2750
580 He Served As Vice President Under Grant PASS
581 Target Balls PASS
582 Texas Ranger William Hickman Dunman 400
583 Desktop Western Statue of Horse and Cowboy Rider PASS
584 Tightly Fitted Slender Bowie In Swede Sheath PASS
585 Two Piece Bone Hide Scrapper 100
586 Shell Loader PASS
587 Another Flashy Hunting Knife PASS
588 An Extremely Handsome Hunting Knife PASS
589 A Hand Forged Bowie 150
590 Native American Art on Supple Skin, PASS
591 Tombstone Stock - 1881 250
592 An Important 1882 Letter from Gov. Crittenden's Office to Anna James Regarding Frank James’ Possible Surrender. PASS
593 Texas Ranger Private John Scott 150
594 Texas Ranger William T. Clements 150
595 He Typifies “Sell To The Masses and Live With The Classes 550
596 Texas Ranger Private W. H. Van Riper 150
597 Cabinet Card James C. Banninger 300
598 Texas Rangers James Martin Sedberry 300
599 Texas Ranger Alfred Edgar "Fred" Alderman 150
600 Texas Ranger Frank Louis Schmid, Jr., 325
601 Seth Bullock Signed Document PASS
602 Composite Photo Of The Wild West Characters 90
603 A Scarce Signed Document in the Hand of the "Hanging Judge." PASS
604 The Surviving Pine Ridge Surviving Sioux With Buffalo Bill And Others. 1400
605 Wounded Knee Surviving Chiefs 1100
606 Photograph of Lakota Sioux Chiefs 450
607 Klondike Whiskey Flask, PASS
608 Arizona Territory Stock PASS
609 Paris Loved the Wild West Show PASS
610 The Two Wild West Promoters Together 50
611 Bone String Tie Holder PASS
612 Likely A Western Show Belt PASS
613 Beautiful Indain War Artwork on Skin 300
614 Gun Powder Measuring Cup PASS
615 A Pair Of Saddle Spurs PASS
616 Antique Leather Horse Saddle Stirrup, 1900s PASS
617 Bone Handle Bowie PASS
618 An All Metal Sheffield Bowie PASS
619 Leather Saddle Pouches PASS
620 Fancy Chaps, PASS
621 Beautiful Leather Hunting Bag PASS
623 A Group of Real Photo Post Cards of Buffalo Bill 100
624 Pawnee Bill Signed Photographic Card With Buffalo Bill At the Table 275
625 Buffallo Bill & Pawnee Bill Show Souvenir 80
626 He Was Known as the Wildest of The Wild Bunch PASS
627 Buffalo Bill’s Foster Son PASS
628 Adverising For “The Rough Rider Weekly” PASS
629 Photos Of Many Of the Western Bank Robbers 200
630 Unique Advertising For "Game Getter Gun" PASS
631 Convicted Of Murder - Now Vice President Of A Mining Company 100
632 The Wild West Show Farewell PASS
633 Another Buffalo / Pawnee Bill Farewell Pennant PASS
634 Another Arizona Mining Company PASS
635 The Military man Needs A Unique Door Knocker 60
636 Old Smoky Locking Knife PASS
637 Wooden Bowie PASS
638 The Real Cowboy Spur, PASS
639 The Author Gathers Information For His Book From One of the Key Participants PASS
640 Sepia Toned Native American Poster PASS
641 Great Graphic Pawnee Bill Stationery 110
642 A Pair Of Pawnee Bill Envelopes PASS
643 Small Grouping of Pawnee Bill Rodeo Pieces PASS
644 Sate of California Certifies This Western Actor’s Citizenship 80
645 Captain North Writes Regarding Recent Inaccurate Western Articles By Doc Carver PASS
646 Diamond Dick Has Prostate Problems and More PASS
647 Pawnee Bill Wants The Prairie Schooner 150
648 Pawnee Bill Negotiates Endorsements PASS
649 Pawnee Bill Signed Check PASS
650 Vintage Pair Of Cowgirls Boots PASS
651 Vintage Jasperware Sioux Chief Cameo Plate. PASS
652 Winchester Advertising Poster PASS
653 Native American Princess Signed Photograph PASS
654 Very Early Baseball Engraving in Harpers 50
655 Yankees Bat Signed by the Greats of ‘56 425
656 Group of Nine Newspaper Issues - Each With Discussion of the American Constitution 375
657 War of 1812 Era Newspaper PASS
658 War of 1812 Newspapers PASS
659 Newspapers, Group 10 “THE WAR” - War of 1812 PASS
660 Three 1849 - Gold Rush Era - Neew York Newspapers PASS
661 The Daring Fugitive Slave Rescue of Shadrack Minkins PASS
662 Abraham Lincoln & Stephen Douglas The Great Debates of 1858 PASS
663 The Raid at Harper’s Ferry and the Death of John Brown 700
664 Old John Brown Awaits His Fate PASS
665 1863 Mobile Alabama Newspaper 180
666 Kansas Gets Notified of the Killing of Lincoln PASS
667 “Billy The Kid” The Great Escape 130
668 Newspaper for the Homeless 200
669 The Lindbergh Kidnapper named and Arrested PASS
670 Same Day Report of the Killing of Bonnie and Clyde PASS
671 Baby Face Nelson Was Still Alive ... But He Did Survive PASS
672 War of the Worlds PASS
673 Spalshy Tabloid Newspaper Grouping PASS