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Confederate Items



Confederate Captain Elliot Johnston Describes His Amputated Leg in Detail – A Great Letter for the Medical Collector! – Also, the Actual Permission Slip by Command of Union General McClellan for His Brothers to Move Him to a Hospital in Baltimore!







The Wife of Confederate Surgeon Erwin J. Eldridge Writes Her Husband, August 21st, 1861 – Plus a Great Addressed Envelope: “Sumter Flying Artillery Georgia Volunteers Manassas Junction Virginia”







Confederate General Order Giving the Regulations for Confederate Forage Cap… “French Kepi” – Richmond January 24th, 1862
Firsthand Account of the Battle of Port Hudson – By a Sailor on the USS Mississippi – “The order was given to leave the ship and set fire. We left the best way we could, some by swimming, others in the boats. We all here with the exception of 60. Some of them taken prisoners, the rest killed on board the ship."







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!







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!







Confederate General William L. "Mudwall" Jackson - Two Nice War Date Letters that He Writes Home to His Wife - The first "Hd. Qrs. near Shepherdstown, July 27th, 1864" and the second "Mt. Crawford en-route down the Valley, June 29th, 1864"







Important Confederate Letter Written on "War Department, Montgomery" Stationary - April 22nd, 1861 by Henry Stokes Figures







6th N.C. Infantry Soldiers Letter – “The Bloody Sixth” – “Camp Bartow March 25th, ‘62” – Lt. Benjamin Franklin White






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






Soldier's Letter: Head Quarter 15th Alabama Regiment Near Centreville, Sept. 11th, 1861, with Fine Cover - Lt. Lock Weems Writes Home to His Wife - He would be killed 9 months later







Letter - 9th Georgia Infantry – William T. Conn Writes from “Camp near Centreville, Va. Dec. 20th, 1861" – Talks about J. E. B. Stuart & Sees the Results of the Battle of Drainsville - “Trees… were literally torn to pieces by the shot and shell” – Also Mentions Collecting Funds for those Suffering in Charleston, S.C. after their Great Fire!







44th Alabama Letter Describing the Great Snowball Fight at Fredericksburg, Va. between Hood's Texas Brigade & Georgia/Alabama Troops — Written by David L. Bozeman who would later die of wounds at Spotsylvania Court House






12th North Carolina Soldiers Letter - Camp near Fredericksburg - John Pittman writes home to his Mother







Rare Blockade Runner Bond from the Importing and Exporting Company of Georgia – Dated June 12th, 1863 & Signed by G. B. Lamar President of the Company







Confederate Letter – “Headquarters 2nd Reg. Va. Vols., July 11th, 1861” – Surgeon Joseph B. Amiss







13th Alabama Surgeon Henry M. Clarkson Writes from Gettysburg, Pa. on July 4th, 1863 - He Cared for Wounded Confederate Soldiers in THE MCPHERSON BARN!








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






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








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"






Letter from Lt. W. G. Atkinson, CS Engineer Sending Gen. Beauregard Maps from Manassas, July 5th, 1861!







48th Miss. Inf. - Best Description of Trading with the Enemy - A. J. Jones, W.I.A. Gettysburg  







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







19th AL. Inf. - Corinth, Miss.  3/26/1862 - Preparing for the Battle of Shiloh - "Our Blacksmiths are engaged in making pikes" "Gen. Beauregard is gathering up all the church bells he an get to make cannons" - An Amazing Content Letter by a Hospital Worker, who describes in Graphic Detail the Sick & Wounded Soldiers