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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem9560: Military Buttons of the Gulf Coast, 1711-1830

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Military Buttons of the Gulf Coast, 1711-1830

By Dan Jenkins. Published by the Museum of the City of Mobile, Alabama, 1973. Soft covers, 44 pages, index, illustrated, glossary, notes and bibliography. The green covers show some scattered surface scuffing. The interior of the book is in excellent condition. It is extremely tight, clean, and is a great reference source for early military buttons from the Gulf Coast of the United States. The content includes chapters on the following types of buttons: Plain Face buttons; French Colonial; British Colonial; Spanish Colonial; Early American; Infantry;...
Circa: 1973
ISBN: 0006321757  

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1899 G.A.R. Badge, 33rd National Encampment, Philadelphia, Pa.

2 piece badge. The top bar has a spread winged eagle with cannon barrels, and an American shield with the year 1899 within. Below is a bar with the imprint, Official Souvenir, 33rd National Encampment. Straight fastenig pin is complete on the reverse. Attached below is the famous "Liberty Bell," with a vignette of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, with an imprint of the dates of the encampment, Sep. 4-9, Philadelphia, with a gold G.A.R. badge with logo, etc. affixed at the center of the bell....  

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Lapel Button, President Franklin D. Roosevelt

32nd President of the United States

(1882-1945) Born in Hyde Park, New York, he served as a member of the New York State Senate, 1911-13; as the United States Secretary of the Navy, 1913-20; Governor of New York, 1929-32; and President of the U.S., 1933-45. Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, on December 7, 1941, he declared war on Japan the next day, and a few days later, on Germany and Italy. Roosevelt died during the war on April 12, 1945, at Warm Springs, Ga., after his physical health seriously and steadily had declined...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem9554: 1928 Search Warrant For Illegal Liquor in Pennsylvania

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1928 Search Warrant For Illegal Liquor in Pennsylvania

For the unlawful manufacture, sale and furnishing of moonshine and other intoxicating liquor!


8 1/2 x 7, two sided, imprinted form, filled out in type, and signed in ink, with an illustration of the Pennsylvania State seal at the upper left corner, and embossed seal at lower right.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. County of Lycoming. To J.D. Andrews, Cap't Detectives, and assistants, agents and deputies, members of Pennsylvania State Police, acting under him or them or any of them, greetings:

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem9553: Ribbon, Memorial To Our Heroes, World War I, Victory Day 1918

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Ribbon, Memorial To Our Heroes, World War I, Victory Day 1918

8 3/4 x 2 3/4, cream colored ribbon, with red, white, blue and gold embroidering.

Dark blue band at the top with 11 gold stars. Below that is the following: Memorial To Our Heroes. Victory Day. The central theme has crossed American flags, with a spread winged eagle above them, and a star and American banner below. America First. Who Made The Supreme Sacrifice In The European War. April-1917- Nov. 11-1918. Large gold star at the bottom. This is the ribbon only. There is no pin. The edges of the ribbon show some light fraying. It is housed in an...  

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Invoice of Subsistence Stores, 10th U.S. Colored Cavalry

The brave 10th United States Colored Cavalry of the famed "Buffalo Soldiers"

8 1/2 x 11, imprinted form, filled out in ink.

Invoice Of Subsistence Stores at Fort Pike, La., this 7th day of August 1867, by Lieut. Lucius Crooker, 10th Reg't of U.S. Cavalry, A.C.S., to Lieut. Geo. L. Faxon, 10 Reg't of U.S. Cavalry, A.C.S., viz: imprinted list of subsistence stores that are individually printed on this form; barrels of Pork, pounds of Bacon, pounds of Ham, One barrel of Salt Beef, (200 lbs @ 8 cents Per Pound), barrels of...  

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1865 Invoice, New York Mail Steamship Company

New York Mail Steamship Company's Star Line Of Steamships

For The Steamship "Guiding Star" New York to New Orleans


11 x 8, imprinted form printed in green and filled out in ink, with a very nice large illustration of a steamship at the upper left. New York to New Orleans. Marks And Numbers. A. Brousseau & Co., New Orleans, La. Shipped in good order and well conditioned by J. Sloane, on board the New York Mail Steam Ship Co., Steamship "Guiding Star," now lying in the Port of New York and bound for New Orleans, via...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem9530: Surrender at Appomattox First Day Cover & Stamp

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Surrender at Appomattox First Day Cover & Stamp

Used, 6 1/2 x 3 5/8 envelope, with metal like plate affixed at the left edge with oval vignette of President Abraham Lincoln, and fully equipped and armed Union and Confederate soldiers standing below him. Printed above and below the Lincoln portrait is, Surrender At Appomattox, April 5th, 1865. (Error issue as the manufacturer of the plate got the date wrong!) Includes an original 1965 U.S. postage stamp, with silhouette of a standing soldier with stacked muskets at his side. Imprint on the stamp, Civil War Centennial, Appomattox, with a quote from...  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item Mem9527: Homemade Envelope Sent to Greenville, South Carolina

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Homemade Envelope Sent to Greenville, South Carolina

With Two Cents President Andrew Jackson postage stamp

Very fine example of a homemade Southern cover that was made by folding a 6 1/4 x 5, thick brown color piece of paper into thirds to form an envelope. With 2 cents red brown U.S. postage stamp with a profile bust illustration of General and President Andrew Jackson. Scott #146, without grill. Black cancellation. Addressed in ink to N.E. James, Care Edward F. Stocks, Greenville, S.C. Circa 1870. These stamps were printed by the National Bank Note Co. Light wear, and aging. Very...  

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Valley Echo News, Stories From September 1862

Battle of Antietam, Maryland

4 pages, 11 x 15 when fully opened, illustrated. Issued by The Potomac Edison Company, Hagerstown, Md. Vol. 3, No. 9, September 1862. Published monthly as a public service covering the events of the Civil War that occurred in the area served by The Potomac Edison Company, Serving The Shenandoah And Potomac River Valleys. These were issued in the 1960's during the Civil War Centennial. This particular issue covers events of September 1862. Full of very interesting articles and illustrations regarding the 1862...  

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President Abraham Lincoln Hair Display Relic

Also includes an original 1909 Lincoln Cent

Abraham Lincoln:

(1809-1865) This lanky, self taught lawyer, started to make a name for himself when he rode the Illinois country circuit by horseback and buggy with his fellow litigator's, among them future U.S. Senator, and presidential candidate, Stephen A. Douglas. Lincoln was admitted to the Illinois bar in 1836, and practiced law for 25 years. Most of his work involved settling debts, contracts, business disputes, divorces and some criminal cases. His law office was located in...  

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Relic From Griffith Stadium, Washington, D.C.

President William Howard Taft threw out the ceremonial first pitch of Major League Baseball at Griffith Stadium on April 15, 1910

Commemorative card with authentic Griffith Stadium seat relic. This card was published to celebrate the "First Pitch" that was thrown out by U.S. President William Howard Taft to open the 1910 Major League Baseball season. 2 1/2 x 3 1/2, thick card stock printed on both sides. It incorporates an authentic piece of wood at the center of the card from a seat at Griffith Stadium, in Washington, D.C. There...  

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