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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 12911:  CIVIL WAR TENNESSEE BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA ORDER GENERALS TRIED

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CIVIL WAR TENNESSEE BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA ORDER GENERALS TRIED Union General Thomas Crittenden of Russellville, Kentucky and General Alexander McCook of Columbiana, Ohio were blamed for the Union defeat at Chicamauga, Georgia, 1863 and courtmartialed but exonerated. An original War Dept Order, Washington, DC, Sept 28, 1863, issued days after the Battle of Chickamauga ordering a Court of Inquiry into the conduct of General Crittenden & General McCook in the Battles of Sept 18 & 19 and relieving them from duty w the Army of the Cumberland. 1p 8 x 5" ptd. Edge wear, stains, 2 punch holes in left margin, Overall VG.
General & Special Orders were issued to communicate commands and information to the Army. Each order, issued in writing by a command, was then printed for distribution to each unit, either at an army department headquarter or by commanders at local headquarters, sometimes in the field on portable printing presses. The orders were then issued to regiments, often to be read aloud to the troops.
General Orders were printed as issued with date & location; at the end of a year the regimental adjutant might retain them loose or simply string bind them by punching holes and stringing on " red cloth string tape (the source of the old expression "government red tape"). Sometimes an officer or HQ clerk might take a group of orders to a local print shop or bookbinder and have an accumulation bound with leather or cloth covers.
Usually, American Military Orders of the 19th century including Civil War era were printed on an 8 x 5" sheet of quality rag paper.
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Circa: 1863
Manufacturer: War Dept  

Your Price: $225.00
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YORKTOWN VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR SIEGE ILLUS MAP NEWSPAPER An original historic issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan 2, 1862, w front page a full page map "The Siege of Yorktown" incl Williamsburg & Yorktown, Big Bethel incl small illus of Professor Lowes Balloon, Hampton Roads, Norfolk, Portsmouth, etc, in cl sites of rebel rifle pits, forts, etc, w 8pp of War news incl latest from Yorktown, also Beaufort, NC & Siege of Fort Macon, Bombardment of Fort Jackson, Louisiana, etc. The Inquirer is notable for its first hand battlefield accounts. The complete 8pp issue is disbound with small edge cuts, suitable for framing. Overall VG condition.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.

Circa: 1862
Manufacturer: Philadelphia Inquirer  

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UNITED STATES MARSHAL DOCUMENTS GROUP 1860S-80S Joab Nelson Patterson of Hopkinton, New Hampshire was a notable Civil War Colonel of the 2nd NH Volunteers, wounded at Gettysburg, Brevet Brigadier General and postwar United Sates Marshal in New Hampshire, 1860s-80s. An original group of 27 US Marshal Account documents for Patterson, 1867-1886, most in the 1870s, Most are 2pp 16 x 13" ptd/ink Account Lists for compensation for jurors, deputies, witnesses, support of prisoners, marshal's expenses , District of New Hampshire and each signed by Patterson as US Marshal. All G-VG, some w age staings, edge cuts. The group comes w Pattersons Civil war service info. The group
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I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.


Circa: 1860s-1880s
Manufacturer: NA  

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SOUTH CAROLINA CIVIL WAR PORT ROYAL & BEAUFORT ILLUS NEWS 1861 Confederate Forts Walker & Beauregard defended Port Royal Sound, Hilton Head & Beaufort South Carolina during the Civil War. An original Nov 15, 1861 issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, with front page maps of Fort Walker & Fort Beauregard & headline news of the Battle at Port Royal, w details of Captain John Rodgers Union Navy capture of the forts, names of casualties etc, also schematic diagram of the positions of the Union Fleet during the Battle, Confederate Accounts of the Battle, reaction to the loss of Beaufort, etc. 8pp. Complete issue, Disbound, VG.
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I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.

Circa: 1861
Manufacturer: Philadelphia Inquirer  

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BATTLE OF OLUSTEE FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CAMPAIGN ORDER 1864 General Truman Seymour commanded the Florida Expedition of February, 1864, resulting in the Capture of Jacksonville and Battle of Olustee where the Union Forces were defeated in one of the heaviest fought battles of the war. An original order issued by General Seymour at his HQ, "Hilton Head, Pulaski, Tybee and St Helena Islands", Hilton Head, SC. Jan 30, 1864 ordering his command to drill with marching gear "to assure steady marching under fire". This Order was issued for Seymour's Florida Campaign and 3 weeks later resulted in the decisive Battle of Olustee. 2pp 8 x 5" ptd. Edge wear & age stains, folds, 2 punch holes in left margin, Overall VG.
General & Special Orders were issued to communicate commands and information to the Army. Each order, issued in writing by a command, was then printed for distribution to each unit, either at an army department headquarter or by commanders at local headquarters, sometimes in the field on portable printing presses. The orders were then issued to regiments, often to be read aloud to the troops.
General Orders were printed as issued with date & location; at the end of a year the regimental adjutant might retain them loose or simply string bind them by punching holes and stringing on " red cloth string tape (the source of the old expression "government red tape"). Sometimes an officer or HQ clerk might take a group of orders to a local print shop or bookbinder and have an accumulation bound with leather or cloth covers.
Usually, American Military Orders of the 19th century including Civil War era were printed on an 8 x 5" sheet of quality rag paper.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques - www.mikebrackin.com
I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance

Circa: 1864
Manufacturer: USA  

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CIVIL WAR US SIGNAL CORP GLASSES An original pair of binoculars, typical Civil War era constructed brass tubes with , black enamel finish, tubes micely etched "US Signal Glass Day & Night" The eyepieces bear the makers marks "Chevalier Opticien Paris". extends to 7"'. The leather covers are gonewere replaced with and old dark green paint, showing wear and brass underneath. They are similar to a pair shown in WC Davis "Commanders of the CW" The optics & mechanism are VG overall.
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I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.


Circa: 1860s
Manufacturer: Chevalier Opticien Paris  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 11836-1453494226: GENERAL JOHN LOGAN ENGRAVED CIVIL WAR PORTRAIT 1865

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GENERAL JOHN LOGAN ENGRAVED CIVIL WAR PORTRAIT 1865 An original India Proof Engraving of Illinois General John Logan, winner of the Medal of Honor for his bravery at Vicksburg; Logan was a brilliant combat commander, from Belmont & Fort Donelson, to Resaca, Dallas & Atlanta. One of only 100 copies made, publ by Vertue & Yorston, NYC, 1865, at the Civil War's End. 16 x 12" waistview. This Series was unmarked, & I will provide copy of the gallery fronts-piece. This is not one of the small bookplate images often encountered. Edge wear, age spots, Overall VG.
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I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn.
I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance

Circa: Circa 1865
Manufacturer: Vertue & Yorston, NYC  

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RICHMOND VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR 1862 SIEGE MAP ILLUS NEWS 1862 An original historic issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, June 14, 1862, w detailed front page Map of "Richmond the Rebel Capital and its Surroundings" incl Gaines Mills & Coal Harbor, Williamsburg road, White Oak Swamp, 14 x 11", War news incl Battle of Cross Keys w casualty List, 81st Pennsylvania news, The Occupation of James Island. The Inquirer is notable for its first hand battlefield accounts and unusually fine cover illustrations seldom seen in other major newspapers of the era. The complete 8pp issue is disbound with small edge cuts, suitable for framing. Overall VG condition.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.

Circa: 1862
Manufacturer: Philadelphia Inquirer  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 19821: FORT DONELSON  BELMONT & COLUMBUS CIVIL WAR ILLUS MAP NEWS 1862

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FORT DONELSON BELMONT & COLUMBUS CIVIL WAR ILLUS MAP NEWS 1862 An original historic issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Feb 20, 1862, w 8 x 7" front page map of "Columbus And Its Vicinity " showing Columbus, Kentucky & Belmont, Missouri, incl the Confederate defenses & water batteries. The 8pp complete issue announces Columbus has been evacuated, w details of the town defenses, and headlines the Union Capture of Fort Donelson, Tennessee w details of the assault, gun boat attacks, Commodore Foote, Navy casualties, Capture of General Price, etc. The map shows exc detail of the Confederate batteries and defenses, now part of Columbus-Belmont State Park. Edge cuts, disb, Overall VG.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.

Circa: 1862
Manufacturer: Philadelphia Inquirer  

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GENERAL GEORGE THOMAS ILLUS HARPERS WEEKLY CIVIL WAR NEWS An original, complete issue of the Harpers Weekly news Oct 10, 1863 issue, with a full cover illus of "Major-General George H Thomas, USA, the Hero of Chickamauga- Photographed by Brady". The 12pp issue includes War news and illustrations of the Union Artillery at Black Island, Siege of Charleston & a fine double sheet illus of the Grand Review of the Army of the Potomac by Thomas Nast, also the classic "Sharpshooter" image by Alfred Waud, 14pp, small archival repairs on edges, overall VG. Harpers Weekly, the leading Civil War news journal w illus of leaders, battle scenes, reports by war correspondents, maps, etc. The issues are typically 12-14pp, disbound, complete, w small edge tears, age spots & VG condition except as noted.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.


Circa: 1864
Manufacturer: Harpers Weekly  

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ANTIETAM MARYLAND CIVIL WAR MAP ILLUS NEWSPAPER 1862 An original historic issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept 15, 1862, w front page 7 x 7" Map "The Seat of War in Maryland" , Hagerstown, Sharpsburg, South Mountain, w headlines "Good News from Frederick", "Retreat of the Rebels", "US Troops occupy Frederick", Also The Battle at Harpers Ferry, Jackson at Chambersburg, Defense of Fort Ridgely, Minnesota, Battle of Mumfordsville, Kentucky, Philadelphia Corn Exchange recruiting ad etc. The Inquirer is notable for its first hand battlefield accounts and unusually fine cover illustrations seldom seen in other major newspapers of the era. The complete 8pp issue is disbound with small edge repairs, cuts, suitable for framing. Overall VG condition.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.

Circa: 1862
Manufacturer: Philadelphia Inquirer  

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DECORAH IOWA CIVIL WAR SOLDIER CDV PHOTOGRAPH An original Civil War CDV photo of a young noncom officer standing with hand in coat like Young Napoleon. The very serious young man has a light stripe on his coat lower sleeve. The CDV has lower corners clipped, but the image is sharp & clear & Overall VG. This is only the 2nd Decorah, Iowa soldier image I have seen, despite the fact that over 300 volunteers, many of Norwegian heritage enlisted from Decorah, Winnesheik Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.


Circa: 1860s
Manufacturer: Peavy's Decorah Iowa  

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MINNESOTA CIVIL WAR VETERAN OFFICER MOLLUS REUNION GROUP The Military Order of the Loyal Legion, known as MOLLUS was formed at the End of the War by Civil War officers and included many of the leading Commanders. An original group of 9 Reunion items for the Minnesota Commandery of MOLLUS, 1892-1897 incl 2 multipage Registers of Minnesota members, 4 Reunion Programs including the Program & Dinner Menu, and 3 Programs for Loyal legion Dinners for Abraham Lincoln's Birthday Anniversary. All approx 7 x 5", all complete, some w color illus covers, all disbound w edge cuts, age stains, wear. The group of 9 items
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.


Circa: Various
Manufacturer: MINNESOTA MOLLUS  

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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 18570: BATTLE OF DRANESVILLE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR 1861 ILLUS MAP  ISSUE  NEWS

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BATTLE OF DRANESVILLE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR 1861 ILLUS MAP ISSUE NEWS An original historic issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, August 8, 1862, with a large front page Map "The Field of Battle near Dranesville, Va, Friday Dec 20, 1861", w headlines & account of the Battle, rebel Dead & Prisoners, also war news etc. The Battle of Dranesville took place between General EOC Ord and JEB Stuart in Fairfax County, Virginia. A very scarce original map illus Battle of Dranesville paper. The Inquirer is notable for its first hand battlefield accounts. The complete 8pp issue is disbound with small edge cuts, suitable for framing. Overall VG condition.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.


Circa: 1861
Manufacturer: Philadelphia Inquirer  

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KNIGHTS TOURNAMENT JOUSTING 19TH CENTURY WOOD CARVING BAS RELIEF A striking carved wood bas relief of a scene showing medieval knights jousting in a tournament. The beautifully carved 41 x 18" single piece of pine wood is beautifully carved and the knights, their steeds and the soldiers show wonderful 3 dimension relief. I believe this was carved in Europe, possibly mid 19th century during the upsurge of interest in knight errant generated by the novels of Sir Walter Scott. The overall size approx 41 x 18 x 3.5 inches. The figures and background retain much of their original paint. The figures have cracks and a few are are missing their feet or lower limbs. The bas relief has a lengthwise crack recently repaired with steel straps on the reverse. Shipping Wt 28 pounds, UPS Shipping Only.
Thank you for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques- www.mikebrackin.com
I have been collecting and selling original American Civil War & US Military memorabilia for 35 years. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described. I am a longtime member of the Company of Military Historians, the New England Antique Arms Association, the Ephemera Society of America & the Civil War Veterans Historical Assn I ship only USPS priority mail with insurance.



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