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18th through early 20th Century
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Original drawings, caricatures, and sketches drawn by Civil War soldiers (Union and Confederate)
for a new book. I will purchase your items OR accept high resolution files (at least 300 DPI)
for consideration to be included in the book with appropriate attribution.
Early German covers postmarked Meiningen; also Meininger Beer advertising!
AND information, pictures, etc. on Christian Meininger, boot and shoe maker, Washington DC.
His shop was at
Roosevelt as President. Christian was our great grandfather! He and the President were friends
and rode their bikes together around Washington, DC and in Rock Creek Park.
Waynesboro, PA covers and paper Americana plus any references to Henry Eichholz and Eichholz Florist. He was our grandfather. The florist business is still thriving today!
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Many items are on display and for sale at Journey’s End Antiques located in
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New!! Listings of Paper Americana New!!
Abraham Lincoln –War Date
Autograph Note Signed August 20, 1864 that states “I
shall be glad if any Department or Bureau can give Mr. Waugh the desired
clerkship, A. Lincoln Aug 20, 1864” Pic1 Pic2 Pic3 Pic4 $8450 Lincoln is responding
to a letter received by Sec. of War Stanton on August 20, 1864 from Mr. Waugh
in Georgetown DC stating that “…he is from Bainbridge Decatur County Georgia…is
a refugee without means or employment…desires clerkship…” Overall frame is 17x29 inches, matted area
about an inch smaller all around with 4 insets of engraving, legend, Lincoln’s
ANS on back of letter, and laser copy of letter to which Lincoln is replying
back to Stanton. This
item is investment grade and of the highest quality. A similar ANS on the web right now is
priced at $16,000.
It is interesting to note that
Ulysses S. Grant – War Date Autograph Letter Signed One page, 7.75x9.75 inches, February 9, 1865. Pic1 Pic2 Pic3 Pic4 Pic5 $4950 Grant writes from City Point, Virginia to Maj. Gen(s) Ord and Meade. In full “City Point Va, Feb 9, 1865, I will leave here at 12 m. for Washington to remain absent four or five days unless sooner recalled. Please inform Col. Bowers of all movements or changes so that he may keep me advised., U S Grant, Lt. Gen.” He adds the word in upper left “Cipher” indicating letter was to be encoded before transmittal, also a pencil note upper right “11 am” in a different hand. At bottom is a copy print of Grant and his two generals. Details surrounding the date Grant wrote this letter are described in the Certificate of Authenticity. Fabulously framed 16x21 inches and ready to hang.
Civil War Drum, ID’d – Excelsior, Regt. Co. N.G.S.N.Y. Pic1
$4995 A wonderful restored drum that belonged to Pvt. William Linde who had
transferred into “G’ Co, NY 10th Infantry on June 5, 1865 and
mustered out on June 30, 1865. He
had previously served in “M”
A really nice imperial
albumen of Col. Alexander Duncan Adams, Col. 27th New York Infantry,
a two-year regiment, fought in Battles of South Mountain, Fredericksburg,
and Antietam to name a few; mounted in a nice
wooden frame about 24x30 inches which hung in Lancaster Hall, GAR #84. The image area is about 18x24 inches; frame
is in excellent condition. Quite
RARE and desirable for the image collector; comes with other
printed photos, paperwork, and summary of his career and that of the 27th
Box missing from Gettysburg Civil War Show June 26th 2011.
A $1000 reward is being offered for information leading to the return of the box and its contents. Detective Tim Guise is handling the case and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a link to the partial list of missing items Pic
Here are links to pictures of some missing items
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