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Eagle and American Flag

Civil War patriotic imprint with a full color illustration of an eagle in flight carrying an American flag in its beak. Verse printed below the illustration as follows: "Woe, woe, to the traitorous children of Mars, Who challenge this bird, with his banner of stars; We will teach them th's lesson, that truth and the right Are ever Triumphant, and must win the fight." Light discoloration.

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Success To Our Volunteers, Never Surrender

Civil War patriotic imprint with a full color vignette of General George Washington holding his sword aloft while holding an American flag in his opposite hand. Motto at the left edge, "Success To Our Volunteers." Slogan at the top, "Never Surrender." Imprint with lines to write in the name of the recipient, as well as the Regt., Co., Capt., State Volunteers, Col. Com'ding and Camp. Staining and light edge wear.

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Army and Navy Journal, May 14, 1864

Features front page map of The Field Of Contest In Virginia

16 pages, 10 x 14 1/2, with illustrated masthead depicting a spread winged eagle on and American shield with a riband and the motto, "E. Pluribus Unum." Vol. I. No. 38. New York, Saturday, May 14, 1864. Five Dollars Per Year. Single Copies Ten Cents.

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The Campaign In Virginia; The Battle Of The Wilderness; The Virginia Campaign, Official Dispatches, Secretary Stanton to Major General Dix; Official Dispatch of Major General Butler;...  

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Onward to Victory

Civil War patriotic imprint with a vignette of Miss Liberty and a flag on a standard with the word "Union" and stars in the field, and a liberty cap on the top end of the standard. Slogan at the top, Onward to Victory. Light age toning and wear.

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1861 Confederate $1,000 Bond- Jefferson Davis

Criswell #85. Authorized By The Act of Congress, C.S.A., Of August 18, 1861. Vignette of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and 3 female allegorical figures. Lithographed by B. Duncan, Columbia, S.C. Total number of bonds issued 1,491. Rarity 7. With 10 coupons attached. Very fine.  

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City of Washington, D.C. Illustrated Letter Sheet

Unused, 8 x 10 3/4, illustrated letter sheet with a beautiful, large panoramic view of the city of Washington, D.C. Published by Charles Magnus & Co., 12 Frankfort St., N. York. Extremely desirable Magnus Civil War era letter sheet featuring our nation's capitol city. Excellent condition.  

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1863 North Carolina Promissory Note

Important note dealing with the concern caused by the inflation of Confederate Bonds & Currency in late 1863!

4 pages, 7 3/4 x 12 1/4.

State of North Carolina

Know all men by these presents that I William G. Broadfoot of the County of Cumberland & State of North Carolina am held & firmly bound unto Geo. B. Wetmore, of the County of Rowan & same state in the sum of Three Thousand Five Hundred Dollars good & lawful money which sum will & truly be paid to him the said George B. Wetmore, his heirs, executors, administrators &...  

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1863 Confederate Cover Addressed to Colonel E.P. Alexander

Chief of Artillery, of General James Longstreet's 1st Corps, Army of Northern Virginia

It was Alexander's guns that bombarded the Union lines on Cemetery Ridge in preparation for the immortal Pickett's Charge, at Gettysburg, on July 3, 1863!

From Captain Pichegru Woolfolk, Ashland Virginia Light Artillery, who was severely wounded during the battle of Gettysburg and captured at Bowling Green, Kentucky!


War date Confederate envelope with pair of 5 cents Jeff Davis (Scott #7) postage stamps, with ink cancellation. Addressed by...  

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Army and Navy Journal, November 14, 1863

Features the Official Gettysburg Battle Report of General George G. Meade

Congratulatory Order of General George G. Meade to his Victorious Army!

Legendary Confederate Cavalry General J.E.B. Stuart's Battle Report!


16 pages, 10 x 14 1/2, with illustrated masthead depicting a spread winged eagle on and American shield with a riband and the motto, "E. Pluribus Unum." Vol. I. No. 12. New York, Saturday, November 14, 1863. Five Dollars Per Year.

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The Military Situation; Military...  

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1862 State of Texas $5 Treasury Warrant For Military Service

Austin, June 11, 1862. Under Act of Jany. 14, 1862, for Military Service. The Treasurer of the State of Texas Will Pay Five Dollars. Vignette of George Washington holding sword at the left. Printed on light blue paper with green overprinting. Roman numeral "V" at upper right. Fancy "FIVE" overprint at the bottom. You will seldom find these not cut cancelled like this one. Choice condition.  

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The Union: It cannot be Improved

Civil War patriotic imprint with vignette of a spread winged eagle perched on the top of a globe with a riband with the slogan, "Original Invention." Light age toning.

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$500 Confederate Bond With Judah P. Benjamin

Criswell #75. Vignette of Confederate cabinet member Judah P. Benjamin at center with dog and chest at the bottom. Lithographed by B. Duncan, Richmond, Va. Eight per cent coupon bond. Authorized By The Act Of Congress, C.S.A. Of August 18, 1861. 2,621 issued. Comes with 30 coupons still attached. Rarity 5. This bond was issued at Richmond on the 8th day of Jan. 1863. Very fine. The bond with the remaining coupons measures 16 1/2 x 16 which is much larger than our scanner bed.  

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