Confederate Items

Early War Confederate Letter from an Alabama “Cadet” – Thomas Hall of the “Antanga Rifles”, Col. John J. Seidel’s Regiment Writes Home from Camp Beauregard – September 29th, 1861 – Comes with Excellent “Paid 5” Cover with “Tuscaloosa, Al.” Postmark

2nd South Carolina Infantry After the Battle of Manassas – “Glory & Credit on the Heart & Head of Our Brave Col. Kershaw” – Vienna, Va. August 1st, 1861

Confederate Sheet Music – “Who Will Care for Mother Now?” – Richmond, Va. 1863

Letter from Lt. Samuel Boyer Davis – Johnson’s Island, February 1st, 1865 – “I am condemned to die.” Also, a book he wrote: Escape of a Confederate Officer from Prison – What he saw at Andersonville – How he was sentenced to death and saved by the interposition of President Abraham Lincoln

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!

Confederate Postal History - 5 Cent Green, Lynchburg, Va. 1862 - Addressed to 1st Virginia Brigade, Lt. James H. Langhorne, 4th Reg. Virginia Volunteers, Manassas Junction, Va. - THE FAMOUS LIBERTY HALL VOLUNTEERS

Blockade Running Letters & Documents

Most Beautiful Excavated Georgia Buckle