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SPECIALIZING IN ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR MEMORABILIA
Civil War Documents



One of the Rarest & Most Desirable Confederate Civil War Broadsides that we have offered!  - HEAD QUARTERS, TAYLOR HOTEL, WINCHESTER, VA.  APRIL 18, 1861 - Confederate forces have just arrived from Harper's Ferry & have set up their Head Quarters!







Nice Virginia Militia Commission - The Petersburg City Guard - Signed by Governor John Letcher - Charles E. Waddell would eventually become Captain in the Famous 12th Virginia







Virginia Militia Commissions for Charles E. Waddell - 4th Battalion Virginia Volunteers - Would become Captain in the 12th Virginia Infantry








Ellsworth Zouave Corps Broadside Advertising an Exhibition Drill, September 12th, 1861







Johnson's Island MORNING REPORT December 4th, 1864








J. E. B. Stuart's Cavalry - Special Order to "Procure" Horses in place of those killed IN THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG - Signed by H. B. McClellan & W. H. Taylor








The Rare Confederate States of America VICKSBURG PAROLE







Rarest of all Civil War Paroles - From the Last Capital the Confederacy, Danville, Virginia April 29th, 1865







U.S. Military Telegraph Operator
W. C. Hall Document





Autograph of Lt. Thomas W. Custer - THE FIRST TWO TIME RECIPIENT OF THE MEDAL OF HONOR! - He was Killed with his Brother George at the Little Big Horn






S.C. Comm. - Signed by Witherspoon, Col. 21st S.C. Militia & by Gov. Pickens






French Man-of-War Arrives in Charleston Harbor - Gives Intelligence to the South!!!







S.C. Begins Its Honor Roll
of Fallen Heroes







Document Signed by MOH Recipient Capt. MacArthur, Jr. - He & his son Douglas BOTH received the MOH! - Writes Famous Fort Brigader Sutler W. A. Carter







U.S. Cav. Gen. Thomas C. Devin Broadside Congratulating His Troops!







Attorney's Appointment to Practice Law in the "Independent" State of S.C., May 7th, 1861 - Great Looking Doc.






1st S.C. Commission Signed by Gov. Pickens, Along with 4 Nice Items







"The first year of the Independence of the State of S.C." - Military Comm.  Signed by Gov. Francis W. Pickens







"Sea Island Company" Stock Certificate
Vignette of Slaves Picking Cotton Signed by Alfred Ely!






CS Document - Charleston, S.C. March 25th, 1862 - Sabre Belts for the German Hussars - 3rd S.C. Cav.