Prior to the Confederate Firing on Fort Sumter, Confederate Lt. Colonel
(Later General) R. S. Ripley Supplies Fort Moultrie with Powder and
The Rarest Confederate Naval Document that we have ever seen: A Parole Issued by the C.S. Steamer Olustee (Formerly Tallahassee) - Part of Semmes Naval Brigade!
of the Most Desirable of all Confederate Autographs - J. Johnston
Pettigrew - Writes a note from Morris Island as Colonel of the 1st
Regiment South Carolina Rifles
Soldier's Letter W. S. Barron, Georgia Regular Battery of Light
Artillery, Writes from Savannah, Ga. - April 13th, 1862 JUST HOURS
AFTER FORT PULASKI FELL TO THE ENEMY - NOW PROTECTING "OUR LADIES GUN
BOAT" - "IF THE CITY IS TAKEN OUR LADIES GUN BOAT WILL BE BURNT"
Letter from One of Ashby's "Boys" - 14 Year Old John H. Magruder Writes
from "Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va.", "Camp Flowing Spring,
October 23rd, 1861" - WITH BEAUTIFUL PAID 5 CHARLESTOWN, VA. COVER - He
would be killed two years later at Liberty Mills, Va.
Confederate English Ordnance Letter Written by Blakeley, Cannon
Manufacturer in England - Mentions Famous Confederate Major Huse
North Carolina Infantry - Letter by Major Edward G. Yellowley - ONE OF
THE FINEST DESCRIPTIONS OF THE SHELLING OF FORT SUMTER THAT WE HAVE EVER
Confederate Document & CDV: The Blakely Gun Battery in Charleston, a Rare Pair!
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!
Confederate General William Carter Wickham Fairfax Court House - June 24th, 1861
Important Confederate Letter Written on "War Department, Montgomery" Stationary - April 22nd, 1861 by Henry Stokes Figures
Virginia Militia Commission - The Petersburg City Guard - Signed by
Governor John Letcher - Charles E. Waddell would eventually become
Captain in the Famous 12th Virginia
Alabama Surgeon Henry M. Clarkson Writes from Gettysburg, Pa. on July
4th, 1863 - He Cared for Wounded Confederate Soldiers in THE MCPHERSON
of the Battle of Port Hudson – By a Sailor on the USS Mississippi, along
with Famous Prang Print of the Battle
10th Virginia Infantry Letter - G. B. Samuels Gives Young Lady "A Yankee Skull"
4th Alabama Confederate Letter by Lt. John L. Kunzie, Gordonsville, Va. May 1st, 1864 - "Reviewed by Uncle Bob Lee"
Blockade Running Letters & Documents
S.C. Palmetto Sharp Shooter Letter: Pickets Talk to Enemy!
CS Troops in Charleston Get Equipped -Rare Stationery!
French Man-of-War Arrives in Charleston Harbor - Gives Intelligence to the South!!!
Most Beautiful Excavated Georgia Buckle
"Kirkwood Rangers" - S.C. Holcombe Legion Cavalry - Nice October 1861 Letter with Cover Describing Camp in Richmond
Arming the C.S.S. Nashville
S.C. Begins Its Honor Roll of Fallen Heroes
Confederacy Orders Uniforms from England
8th Ga./Hampton Legion Cav. Our Best CS Patriotic/Letter Combination - REMEMBER BARTOW - Battle of Bull Run
12th Miss. Soldier Writes from Frederick, Md. - Captured Stationery
4th Va. Inf. LIBERTY HALL VOLS. - POW Letter & Cover from Point Lookout, MD. - Thomas M. Turner, Captured at Gettysburg
Confederate General R. S. Ripley Writes from Charleston, S.C. on Rare "Head Quarters Provisional Forces" Stationery - October 5th, 1861
37th N.C. Inf. - Felix J. Williams (KIA Chancellorsville) Writes Home Using the Most Colorful & Unique Stationery!
CS Letter & TURNED COVER - Pvt. Warren Ward, 1st Battalion Ga. Sharp Shooters - "IN LINE OF BATTLE, ATLANTA"
54th Ga. Wm. Reddish Co B Writes from Jonesboro, Ga. Sept. 16th, 1864 Ten Day Armistice, Sherman Demands all Citizens out of Atlanta!
Important Letter by Col. Aldrich to Gov. Bonham Re. the State of S.C.'s in Blockade Running & its use of the Blockade Runner Alice & Fannie of the Bee Line Shipping Co. - Also Discusses N.C.'s The Advance & Petersburg