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Libby Prison Pen Made From Original Libby Prison Wood

Historic hand crafted pen made from original wood recovered from the famous Confederate Prison in Richmond, Virginia. This well made, beautiful working ball point pen measures 5 inches inches in length and it has a very nice solid weight to it while holding it in your hand, and it writes beautifully. The ink cartridges can be replaced when the pen runs out of ink. Metal parts finish this handsome writing instrument off at both ends and it has a clasp to hook on a shirt pocket. This is a great working relic incorporating real wood from the notorious Libby...  

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President Abraham Lincoln Celluloid Button

Antique celluloid pin back button with a full color bust view illustration of President Abraham Lincoln. This is what is known as the famous $5 bill pose. The original image was taken by Anthony Berger, of Mathew Brady's Gallery, in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, February 9, 1864. The button measures 1 1/4 x 1 1/4. Complete with the original pin on the reverse. Manufacturer's imprint on the reverse: Wm. Lehmberg & Sons, 138 N. 10th St., Phila., Pa. Very fine condition, and nice to have one of these pins with the manufacturer's imprint still in place....  

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President Abraham Lincoln 1865 Mourning Ribbon

Great Lincoln assassination related piece of history!

Large paper mourning ribbon that measures 2 1/2 x 8 3/8. There is a beautiful engraved portrait of President Lincoln in an oval at the center with thick black mourning borders. "Abraham Lincoln" is printed above his likeness in bold type, and "Died April 15, 1865" is printed below his portrait. Below the oval is a quote from Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address, which was delivered at the U.S. Capitol, at Washington, D.C., on March 4, 1865, "With Malice towards none,...  

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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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Harriet Beecher Stowe, Abolitionist & Author

Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin

Also includes an imprint of the, "Reminiscences Of Harriet Beecher Stowe"


(1811-96) Born in Litchfield, Connecticut, she was an abolitionist and author of some 20 books. Her famous 1852 anti-slavery novel, "Uncle Tom's Cabin, or, Life Among the Lowly," was a lightning rod that stirred strong feelings in the North against the institution of slavery, while at the same time it provoked widespread anger and hatred in the South. Her father was noted clergyman and temperance leader Lyman...  

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1862 Bank of Louisiana $20 Note

Forced Issue Circulated Under Orders of General Ben Butler's Union Occupation Forces in New Orleans!

New Orleans, La., May 22, 1862. Large vignette at the center of the Bank of Louisiana building with the number "20" on both sides. At the lower left is an illustration of the Roman God "Mercury" wearing his winged hat, and holding the number "20," and at the upper right is an illustration of the Greek Goddess "Athena," with the Roman numerals "XX" at the lower right corner. The note is...  

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Nebraska Soldiers & Sailors Home Uniform Button

Albert VN-60. Coat size, 2 piece, uniform button, 7/8 inches in diameter, Nebraska S & S Home in raised letters on a lined field on the face. This is an absolutely beautiful example retaining 100% of its gold gilt finish. Complete with shank. Imprint on the reverse, Superior Quality. The reverse side of the button is just as nice as the obverse. Circa 1880's. Extremely desirable condition.

The Nebraska Soldiers & Sailors Home, located in Grand Island, Nebraska, was approved by the state legislature as a home for military veterans on March 4, 1887....  

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Valley Echo News, Stories From May 1863

Death of General Stonewall Jackson

Battle at Chancellorsville, Virginia


4 pages, 11 x 15 when fully opened, illustrated. Issued by The Potomac Edison Company, Hagerstown, Md. Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1863. 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 May 1863. Full of very interesting articles....  

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General Robert E. Lee & General J.E.B. Stuart Postcard Lot

Includes five classic postcards with beautiful black & white images of two of the Civil War's and Confederacy's most prominent general's, Robert E. Lee and James Ewell Brown, "J.E.B." Stuart. #1: Superb chest up portrait of General Lee in his Confederate General's uniform coat. The original image was taken by J.W. Davies, circa 1863. #2: Full standing view of General Lee wearing his Confederate general's frock coat, sash hanging from his belt, while holding his gauntlets in one hand, and his Maryland presentation sword in the other, with the...  

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1861 Bombardment of Fort Sumter Patriotic Cover

Unused, Civil War patriotic envelope, with full color vignette of the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor, April 12-13, 1861. The American flag can be prominently seen flying over the fort with artillery shells bursting around it. Verse below, "Though seven rebel forts combined, Set Sumter's Fort in flame, They in each freeman's heart enshrined, Brave Anderson's bright name." "Copyright 1861" is imprinted at the top of the envelope. Imprint on the back flap, Magee, 316 Chestnut St., Phila. This is the full...  

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Badges and Ribbons of the United Confederate Veterans and Sons Of Confederate Veterans

By Lynn Jackson Shaw, Past Commander-in-Chief, Sons of Confederate Veterans. Introduction, text, illustrated, 112 pages, paperback, copyright 1989. Very fine.  

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State Historical Markers of Virginia

State Historical Markers of Virginia, Listing the Inscriptions on All State Markers on the Principal Highways of Virginia, With Supplementary Data. Fifth Edition, 1941. With illustration of the Virginia State Seal. Issued by the Virginia Conservation Commission, Richmond, Va. Published by Division of Publicity and Advertising. Edited by Division of History and Archaeology. 4 3/4 x 8 3/4, booklet with illustrated cardboard covers. The same exact illustration is on the front and back covers. 243 pages, index. The inside front cover has the instructions on...  

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