December Kick-off Sale: Civil War, Photographs and Documents

by Period Americana

Thursday, December 6, 2018 5:00 PM EST

Timed

Boston, MA, US|


434 Lots


Man in a fur coat, 1905
Lot 1: Man in a fur coat, 1905

Est: $25 - $35

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1880s cabinet cards of girls with long hair
Lot 2: 1880s cabinet cards of girls with long hair

Est: $40 - $50

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An ethnic girl holding her baby brother
Lot 3: An ethnic girl holding her baby brother

Est: $40 - $50

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1890s butcher shop
Lot 4: 1890s butcher shop

Est: $40 - $50

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Mailmen, Scranton, PA, 1890s
Lot 5: Mailmen, Scranton, PA, 1890s

Est: $40 - $50

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Fabulous man lying dockside at the harbor
Lot 6: Fabulous man lying dockside at the harbor

Est: $50 - $60

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1905 Elks Fair, Dover Opera House
Lot 7: 1905 Elks Fair, Dover Opera House

Est: $20 - $30

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One-legged girl cabinet card, 1870s
Lot 8: One-legged girl cabinet card, 1870s

Est: $40 - $50

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Memorial marker, anchor, 1870s
Lot 9: Memorial marker, anchor, 1870s

Est: $25 - $30

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Memorial marker, anchor, 1870s
Lot 10: Memorial marker, anchor, 1870s

Est: $25 - $30

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1890s Japanese hand-colored albumen
Lot 11: 1890s Japanese hand-colored albumen

Est: $125 - $140

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Two 19th century photographs of the same dog
Lot 12: Two 19th century photographs of the same dog

Est: $90 - $100

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Washington DC sightseeing tour bus
Lot 13: Washington DC sightseeing tour bus

Est: $30 - $40

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Amusing Tom Cat CDVs
Lot 14: Amusing Tom Cat CDVs

Est: $30 - $40

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Comical CDVs, Before and After the Bath
Lot 15: Comical CDVs, Before and After the Bath

Est: $30 - $40

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Worcester Soldier's monument, 1870s CDV
Lot 16: Worcester Soldier's monument, 1870s CDV

Est: $50 - $60

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Lot of musician CDVs, Boston
Lot 17: Lot of musician CDVs, Boston

Est: $50 - $60

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1860s novelty CDVs, lot of 8
Lot 18: 1860s novelty CDVs, lot of 8

Est: $50 - $60

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1860s newly invented shingle saw, uncommon CDV
Lot 19: 1860s newly invented shingle saw, uncommon CDV

Est: $90 - $100

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Fort Pickering, Salem CDV
Lot 20: Fort Pickering, Salem CDV

Est: $55 - $65

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CDV of the Lord's Prayer, 1860s
Lot 21: CDV of the Lord's Prayer, 1860s

Est: $55 - $65

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Horse drawn carriage CDV
Lot 22: Horse drawn carriage CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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Minnesota waterfall CDVs
Lot 23: Minnesota waterfall CDVs

Est: $150 - $175

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CDV of General Tom Thumb and family
Lot 24: CDV of General Tom Thumb and family

Est: $75 - $85

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CDV album of the Derby family
Lot 25: CDV album of the Derby family

Est: $100 - $125

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Union soldier CDV
Lot 26: Union soldier CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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Robert Burns CDV
Lot 27: Robert Burns CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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Carlotta Patti CDV
Lot 28: Carlotta Patti CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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Evangeline CDV
Lot 29: Evangeline CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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The Senoir in Love, novelty CDV
Lot 30: The Senoir in Love, novelty CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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Faith, 1860s CDV
Lot 31: Faith, 1860s CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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The House of Cards, novelty CDV
Lot 32: The House of Cards, novelty CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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St. Anne's Church, Belfast, 1860s
Lot 33: St. Anne's Church, Belfast, 1860s

Est: $20 - $30

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Sister's Grave, mourning CDV
Lot 34: Sister's Grave, mourning CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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Farewell Ireland CDV
Lot 35: Farewell Ireland CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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Farewell England CDV
Lot 36: Farewell England CDV

Est: $20 - $30

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Taxidermy birds CDVs
Lot 37: Taxidermy birds CDVs

Est: $30 - $40

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George and Martha Washington CDVs
Lot 38: George and Martha Washington CDVs

Est: $30 - $40

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CDV album placeholder
Lot 39: CDV album placeholder

Est: $30 - $40

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King Orry at Tynwald Mount CDV
Lot 41: King Orry at Tynwald Mount CDV

Est: $30 - $40

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Shore and Beach novelty CDVs
Lot 42: Shore and Beach novelty CDVs

Est: $30 - $40

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Williamsburgh, Brooklyn CDVs of husband and wife
Lot 43: Williamsburgh, Brooklyn CDVs of husband and wife

Est: $30 - $40

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Irish scholars in period fashion,1870  CDVs
Lot 44: Irish scholars in period fashion,1870 CDVs

Est: $30 - $40

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Miscellaneous Belfast and Boston CDVs
Lot 45: Miscellaneous Belfast and Boston CDVs

Est: $50 - $60

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Freckled Irish sisters, 1870 CDVs
Lot 46: Freckled Irish sisters, 1870 CDVs

Est: $50 - $60

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Four bas relief artwork CDVs
Lot 47: Four bas relief artwork CDVs

Est: $50 - $60

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Hand colored CDVs of women, lot of 6
Lot 48: Hand colored CDVs of women, lot of 6

Est: $60 - $70

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407 pound teenager
Lot 49: 407 pound teenager

Est: $25 - $35

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Grumpy girl CDV
Lot 50: Grumpy girl CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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1873 Worcester class CDV album
Lot 51: 1873 Worcester class CDV album

Est: $200 - $250

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Prince Arthur, 1870s CDV
Lot 52: Prince Arthur, 1870s CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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Friedrich Wilhelm, 1870s CDV
Lot 53: Friedrich Wilhelm, 1870s CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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Princess of Wales, 1870s CDV
Lot 54: Princess of Wales, 1870s CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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PT Barnum Commodore Nutt CDV
Lot 55: PT Barnum Commodore Nutt CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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Napoleon III CDV
Lot 56: Napoleon III CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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Little Red Riding Hood, CDV
Lot 57: Little Red Riding Hood, CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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Victorian CDV of a dog
Lot 58: Victorian CDV of a dog

Est: $40 - $50

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Unidentified Civil War soldier and wife
Lot 59: Unidentified Civil War soldier and wife

Est: $40 - $50

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General Tom Thumb and family, PT Barnum CDV
Lot 60: General Tom Thumb and family, PT Barnum CDV

Est: $125 - $140

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Ghost image CDV
Lot 61: Ghost image CDV

Est: $30 - $40

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Wee Willie Herschell, San Jose CDVs
Lot 62: Wee Willie Herschell, San Jose CDVs

Est: $20 - $30

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Pair of uncommon Josiah Freeman Nantucket photographs, 1880s
Lot 63: Pair of uncommon Josiah Freeman Nantucket photographs, 1880s

Est: $125 - $140

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CDV of Lavinia Warren, wife of General Tom Thumb
Lot 64: CDV of Lavinia Warren, wife of General Tom Thumb

Est: $75 - $85

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CDV of a flower, 1860s
Lot 65: CDV of a flower, 1860s

Est: $20 - $30

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Concert violinist, 1870s CDV
Lot 66: Concert violinist, 1870s CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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The Two Beats, CDV of three ruffian actors
Lot 67: The Two Beats, CDV of three ruffian actors

Est: $65 - $75

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CDV of a post mortem child, 1870s
Lot 68: CDV of a post mortem child, 1870s

Est: $100 - $125

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Maids mourning the lady of the house
Lot 69: Maids mourning the lady of the house

Est: $30 - $40

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1950s post mortem casket photos
Lot 70: 1950s post mortem casket photos

Est: $60 - $70

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Post mortem, baby
Lot 71: Post mortem, baby

Est: $30 - $40

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Tintype of a post mortem baby, 1860s.
Lot 72: Tintype of a post mortem baby, 1860s.

Est: $100 - $110

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Civil War GAR banner bracket
Lot 73: Civil War GAR banner bracket

Est: $450 - $500

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Early GAR sword, naval anchor
Lot 74: Early GAR sword, naval anchor

Est: $300 - $400

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Civil War Roll of Hired Men, 1862
Lot 75: Civil War Roll of Hired Men, 1862

Est: $60 - $70

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Sons of Union Veterans Vermont ribbon, 1951
Lot 76: Sons of Union Veterans Vermont ribbon, 1951

Est: $40 - $50

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Civil War account book, Otsego, Michigan
Lot 77: Civil War account book, Otsego, Michigan

Est: $100 - $125

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Rare Confederate Oath of Service, 1864
Lot 78: Rare Confederate Oath of Service, 1864

Est: $450 - $550

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Armed Civil War soldier
Lot 80: Armed Civil War soldier

Est: $100 - $125

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Civil War button cleaner
Lot 81: Civil War button cleaner

Est: $175 - $250

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GAR Decoration Day ribbon
Lot 82: GAR Decoration Day ribbon

Est: $40 - $50

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Camp Isreal Putnam, Philadelphia, 1876
Lot 83: Camp Isreal Putnam, Philadelphia, 1876

Est: $50 - $60

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Civil War Confederate cover
Lot 84: Civil War Confederate cover

Est: $45 - $60

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Civil War Confederate cover
Lot 85: Civil War Confederate cover

Est: $45 - $60

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Civil War Confederate cover
Lot 86: Civil War Confederate cover

Est: $45 - $60

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Civil War Confederate cover
Lot 87: Civil War Confederate cover

Est: $45 - $60

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Civil War Confederate cover
Lot 88: Civil War Confederate cover

Est: $45 - $60

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Civil War Confederate cover
Lot 89: Civil War Confederate cover

Est: $45 - $60

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Civil War Confederate cover
Lot 90: Civil War Confederate cover

Est: $45 - $60

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Civil War soldier contracts VD from a loose woman, 1863 letter
Lot 91: Civil War soldier contracts VD from a loose woman, 1863 letter

Est: $300 - $400

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Soldier's Home Bazaar broadside
Lot 92: Soldier's Home Bazaar broadside

Est: $40 - $50

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1862 slavery document assigning six slaves
Lot 93: 1862 slavery document assigning six slaves

Est: $250 - $300

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Civil War stereoview, Pontoon Bridge
Lot 94: Civil War stereoview, Pontoon Bridge

Est: $125 - $150

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Professor Lowe scouting from his balloon, Civil War stereoview
Lot 95: Professor Lowe scouting from his balloon, Civil War stereoview

Est: $125 - $150

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Civil War soldier CDV
Lot 96: Civil War soldier CDV

Est: $50 - $75

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A horse shot from under a Civil War captain, 1889 ALS
Lot 97: A horse shot from under a Civil War captain, 1889 ALS

Est: $50 - $75

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Civil War dice, quarter inch
Lot 98: Civil War dice, quarter inch

Est: $40 - $50

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Civil War dice, quarter inch
Lot 99: Civil War dice, quarter inch

Est: $40 - $50

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Civil War dice, quarter inch
Lot 100: Civil War dice, quarter inch

Est: $40 - $50

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Civil War tourniquet sling, 1860s
Lot 101: Civil War tourniquet sling, 1860s

Est: $400 - $500

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A fragment of Thaddeaus Lowe's balloon, Enterprise, crashed in 1862
Lot 103: A fragment of Thaddeaus Lowe's balloon, Enterprise, crashed in 1862

Est: $2,500 - $3,000

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1822 ledger leaves, Military
Lot 104: 1822 ledger leaves, Military

Est: $40 - $50

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Signed photograph of Civil War Colonel Gifford, 93rd New York
Lot 105: Signed photograph of Civil War Colonel Gifford, 93rd New York

Est: $200 - $225

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US Grant essay, just after death
Lot 107: US Grant essay, just after death

Est: $40 - $50

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Archive of GAR documents, 1880s
Lot 108: Archive of GAR documents, 1880s

Est: $100 - $125

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Wounded POW, MA 18th
Lot 109: Wounded POW, MA 18th

Est: $40 - $50

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Free Soilers letter, 1852
Lot 110: Free Soilers letter, 1852

Est: $150 - $200

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Letter in support of the Colored Troops, 1864
Lot 111: Letter in support of the Colored Troops, 1864

Est: $400 - $500

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Rockville Expedition countersign, 3rd month of Civil War 1861
Lot 113: Rockville Expedition countersign, 3rd month of Civil War 1861

Est: $60 - $70

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Civil War 34 star flag blotter
Lot 114: Civil War 34 star flag blotter

Est: $40 - $50

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1902 guide to the Confederate Museum, Richmond
Lot 115: 1902 guide to the Confederate Museum, Richmond

Est: $80 - $100

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19th century Masonic apron
Lot 116: 19th century Masonic apron

Est: $60 - $70

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Powder splash googles, Civil War
Lot 117: Powder splash googles, Civil War

Est: $100 - $125

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Letter written on eve of Civil War, 1861
Lot 118: Letter written on eve of Civil War, 1861

Est: $100 - $125

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1862 post-Manassas Civil War letter
Lot 119: 1862 post-Manassas Civil War letter

Est: $200 - $225

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Fort Scott Civil War orders, 1865
Lot 120: Fort Scott Civil War orders, 1865

Est: $80 - $100

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Civil War governor of New York
Lot 121: Civil War governor of New York

Est: $40 - $50

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Confederate General Morgan discusses fellow generals, 1890
Lot 122: Confederate General Morgan discusses fellow generals, 1890

Est: $90 - $100

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Indian Wars drum case, uncommon
Lot 123: Indian Wars drum case, uncommon

Est: $500 - $600

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Confederate currency, $1, 1862
Lot 124: Confederate currency, $1, 1862

Est: $25 - $35

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1830 New Hampshire militia form
Lot 125: 1830 New Hampshire militia form

Est: $25 - $35

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1830 New Hampshire militia form
Lot 127: 1830 New Hampshire militia form

Est: $25 - $35

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Spanish American War Soldier's handbook, 1898
Lot 128: Spanish American War Soldier's handbook, 1898

Est: $40 - $50

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Civil War soldier and family
Lot 129: Civil War soldier and family

Est: $65 - $75

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Spanish American War reunion report, 1917
Lot 130: Spanish American War reunion report, 1917

Est: $65 - $75

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Maine at Gettysburg, 1898
Lot 131: Maine at Gettysburg, 1898

Est: $80 - $100

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Writing about his uncle's account of Andersonville Prison
Lot 133: Writing about his uncle's account of Andersonville Prison

Est: $50 - $60

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Last photograph of General US Grant, 1885
Lot 134: Last photograph of General US Grant, 1885

Est: $100 - $125

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Eating mule beef, Civil War soldier writes home, 1962
Lot 135: Eating mule beef, Civil War soldier writes home, 1962

Est: $125 - $160

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Civil War era child's sword
Lot 136: Civil War era child's sword

Est: $300 - $325

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Civil War era canon fire
Lot 137: Civil War era canon fire

Est: $80 - $100

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1860s Civil War check, Western Bank, Philadelphia
Lot 138: 1860s Civil War check, Western Bank, Philadelphia

Est: $20 - $25

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CDV, Civil War soldier Joseph Pike
Lot 139: CDV, Civil War soldier Joseph Pike

Est: $75 - $100

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Confederate cavalry ambrotype
Lot 140: Confederate cavalry ambrotype

Est: $250 - $300

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Civil War officer CDV
Lot 141: Civil War officer CDV

Est: $40 - $50

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Three Great Generals, chromolithograph, 1897
Lot 142: Three Great Generals, chromolithograph, 1897

Est: $85 - $100

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French Model 1866 Chassepot bayonet
Lot 143: French Model 1866 Chassepot bayonet

Est: $200 - $225

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Indian wars era drum
Lot 145: Indian wars era drum

Est: $200 - $225

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Civil War fleam
Lot 146: Civil War fleam

Est: $150 - $175

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Half plate ambrotype, Civil War veteran missing one arm
Lot 147: Half plate ambrotype, Civil War veteran missing one arm

Est: $150 - $175

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Signature of Confederate General D. H. Hill
Lot 148: Signature of Confederate General D. H. Hill

Est: $300 - $325

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Civil War gift of a Libby Prisoner to a Union private
Lot 149: Civil War gift of a Libby Prisoner to a Union private

Est: $400 - $450

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Archive of Samuel Currier, 13th Mass, wounded at Antietam
Lot 150: Archive of Samuel Currier, 13th Mass, wounded at Antietam

Est: $500 - $600

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Leather tintype frame, Civil War era, 1860s
Lot 151: Leather tintype frame, Civil War era, 1860s

Est: $60 - $70

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Pre-Civil War work diary
Lot 152: Pre-Civil War work diary

Est: $110 - $125

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Civil War manuscript with a 3c green telegraph stamp
Lot 153: Civil War manuscript with a 3c green telegraph stamp

Est: $100 - $125

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Civil War soldier tintype photograph
Lot 155: Civil War soldier tintype photograph

Est: $100 - $110

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19th century tambourine
Lot 157: 19th century tambourine

Est: $75 - $90

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Mass. 25th GAR veteran
Lot 158: Mass. 25th GAR veteran

Est: $50 - $60

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Speech in support of the 13th Amendment, 1865
Lot 159: Speech in support of the 13th Amendment, 1865

Est: $125 - $140

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Civil War recommendation letter, Col. Doty
Lot 160: Civil War recommendation letter, Col. Doty

Est: $250 - $300

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Massachusetts Company A belt buckle
Lot 161: Massachusetts Company A belt buckle

Est: $300 - $400

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Sword, unknown, D-guard broken leather scabbard
Lot 162: Sword, unknown, D-guard broken leather scabbard

Est: $800 - $900

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Uncommon railroad wax sealed letter
Lot 163: Uncommon railroad wax sealed letter

Est: $90 - $100

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1892 GAR Encampment letter, Col. Doty
Lot 164: 1892 GAR Encampment letter, Col. Doty

Est: $90 - $125

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19th century Masonic apron
Lot 165: 19th century Masonic apron

Est: $100 - $200

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19th century Masonic sash
Lot 166: 19th century Masonic sash

Est: $100 - $200

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GAR buckle
Lot 167: GAR buckle

Est: $120 - $125

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Women's Relief Corps medal
Lot 168: Women's Relief Corps medal

Est: $50 - $60

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1866 diary recalls Secession Rebellion
Lot 169: 1866 diary recalls Secession Rebellion

Est: $80 - $90

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Wounded at Bull Run, veteran signs an autograph book
Lot 170: Wounded at Bull Run, veteran signs an autograph book

Est: $80 - $90

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He saved  Andrew Johnson from impeachment
Lot 171: He saved Andrew Johnson from impeachment

Est: $50 - $60

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Sons of Union Veterans medal
Lot 172: Sons of Union Veterans medal

Est: $50 - $60

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Sons of Union Veterans Auxiliary medal
Lot 173: Sons of Union Veterans Auxiliary medal

Est: $50 - $60

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Gettysburg battlefield memento
Lot 174: Gettysburg battlefield memento

Est: $50 - $60

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Abe Lincoln 100th birthday broadside
Lot 176: Abe Lincoln 100th birthday broadside

Est: $50 - $60

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Civil War era Atlantic Monthly receipt
Lot 177: Civil War era Atlantic Monthly receipt

Est: $20 - $30

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Rare Civil War naval gutta percha case
Lot 178: Rare Civil War naval gutta percha case

Est: $200 - $225

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Pair of documents of the 182nd Ohio National Guard
Lot 179: Pair of documents of the 182nd Ohio National Guard

Est: $100 - $125

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Ohio 29th writes to Ohio 6th Cavalry, 1896
Lot 180: Ohio 29th writes to Ohio 6th Cavalry, 1896

Est: $40 - $50

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New Hampshire rulebook belonging to Civil War General Stevens
Lot 181: New Hampshire rulebook belonging to Civil War General Stevens

Est: $125 - $150

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Morman beehive gutta percha 1/16th plate case
Lot 182: Morman beehive gutta percha 1/16th plate case

Est: $200 - $300

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Ambrotype of a dashing couple, 1860s.
Lot 183: Ambrotype of a dashing couple, 1860s.

Est: $60 - $70

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Ambrotype of a flutist, 1860s
Lot 184: Ambrotype of a flutist, 1860s

Est: $200 - $300

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Confederate soldier, tinted ambrotype
Lot 185: Confederate soldier, tinted ambrotype

Est: $300 - $400

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Circa 1859 ambrotype of African American house servants
Lot 186: Circa 1859 ambrotype of African American house servants

Est: $600 - $700

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Man looking askew, ambrotype
Lot 187: Man looking askew, ambrotype

Est: $0 - $0

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Daguerreotype of a handsome couple
Lot 188: Daguerreotype of a handsome couple

Est: $90 - $100

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Quarter plate daguerreotype, exquisite detail
Lot 189: Quarter plate daguerreotype, exquisite detail

Est: $300 - $350

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Early 1850s posed man daguerreotype
Lot 190: Early 1850s posed man daguerreotype

Est: $65 - $75

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Ambrotype of a young man and large bow tie
Lot 191: Ambrotype of a young man and large bow tie

Est: $60 - $70

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Ambrotype and tintype lot
Lot 192: Ambrotype and tintype lot

Est: $85 - $100

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Hidden mother ruby ambrotype
Lot 193: Hidden mother ruby ambrotype

Est: $0 - $0

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Well posed woman daguerreotype, 1850s
Lot 194: Well posed woman daguerreotype, 1850s

Est: $0 - $0

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Exceptional 6th plate daguerreotype of a woman
Lot 195: Exceptional 6th plate daguerreotype of a woman

Est: $250 - $300

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Occupational ambrotype, ninth plate
Lot 196: Occupational ambrotype, ninth plate

Est: $100 - $125

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Mother, daughter, quarter plate ambrotype
Lot 197: Mother, daughter, quarter plate ambrotype

Est: $0 - $0

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Scholarly young man, daguerreotype
Lot 199: Scholarly young man, daguerreotype

Est: $0 - $0

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Posed woman, Bird's Nest gutta percha case
Lot 200: Posed woman, Bird's Nest gutta percha case

Est: $0 - $0

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Exquisite double sixth plate gutta percha case
Lot 201: Exquisite double sixth plate gutta percha case

Est: $0 - $0

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Sixth plate daguerreotype in a half case, tinted blue shirt
Lot 202: Sixth plate daguerreotype in a half case, tinted blue shirt

Est: $35 - $40

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Sixteenth plate daguerreotype case, Littlefield, Parsons
Lot 203: Sixteenth plate daguerreotype case, Littlefield, Parsons

Est: $125 - $150

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If you choose to pick-up your item or arrange shipping outside of Period Americana, this must be communicated prior to payment in order to have that charged removed. Otherwise we will include shipping and handling in the final billed amount and arrange for shipping.

There are no refunds. All items are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with all faults. All sales are final! Items cannot be returned.

Shipping Terms: Most items will be packed and shipped through UPS (UPS Store, Saugus, Massachusetts, (781) 558-1642). After invoice payment, we will transport your items to the shipper. They will contact you directly to collect payment, pack and ship your items. Documents, photographs, and certain small items may be handled in-house at the cost of USPS Priority Mail plus $5.00 to cover packaging materials and labor. The minimum combined postage and handling charge is $12.00. We can work with you on other methods as well. It is the buyer's responsibility to pay all fees associated with shipping and packing. All property should be removed from our premises no later than 5:00 P.M. of the 30th business day following the end of the auction. Unless prior arrangements have been made items not removed by the specified time will be charged storage and handling fees of $10.00 per item per day until removal. Please note that removal deadlines are strictly enforced.

Sales Tax: All purchases will be subject to a 6.25% Massachusetts sales tax unless the purchaser possesses a valid tax-exempt number. Out of state internet bidders are not subject to Massachusetts sales tax.

Condition of Merchandise: All items are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with all faults. All sales are final! Items cannot be returned. There are no warranties or representations expressed or implied. Condition requests are available upon request, but must be submitted no later than 24 hours prior to start time of auction. Written and oral descriptions are our opinions and should in no way be construed as a guarantee of any kind as to authenticity, age, condition, materials or any other feature of items being sold. Period Americana attempts to catalog every lot correctly and will attempt to point out any defects but will not be responsible or liable for the correctness of the catalog or other descriptions of the lot. We recommend prospective bidders contact us with any questions prior to the sale time. By placing a bid, either in person, by phone, absentee or via the Internet, you signify that you have examined the items as fully as you desire to or that you have chosen not to examine them. If you require absolute certainty in all areas of authenticity, and the results of your evaluation leave uncertainty in your mind, we recommend you have an expert examine the lot for you or do not bid on the item in question. If your item(s) are damaged in shipping, you will need to contact the shipper to file a claim. If your item(s) are being shipped and there is a condition problem upon receipt, you are expected to notify us immediately at sales@periodamericana.com. All sales are final! There are no refunds. We retain the right in perpetuity to use, characterize, and publish photographs, listing descriptions, and document transcriptions and to assign these rights, without fee or remuneration of any kind to successive purchasers and owners of the items that are sold by Period Americana.

Contract: Place a bid only if you're serious about buying the item. Once we accept your winning bid, you have entered into a legally binding contract to purchase the property bid on. All items are sold "AS IS, WHERE IS" with all faults. All sales are final! Items cannot be returned. You should contact us prior to bidding to resolve any questions. The successful bidder is the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer. In the event of any dispute between bidders, or in the event of doubt on Period Americana's part as to the validity of any bid, the auctioneer will have the final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, Period Americana's sale record is conclusive. NOTE FIREARMS CANNOT BE SHIPPED OUTSIDE THE U.S.A.