Civil War Artifacts: Non-Excavated
Original Soldier Art -William Ku Russell, Co. E 22nd N. Y. Volunteers in “Camping in the Woods”
From Our Johnson’s Island Collection – A Rare Piece of Sheet Music Entitled “Star of My Future Life” Written By Asa Hartz. PLUS: 4 Poems Written by Hartz on Johnson’s Island & 1 Poem by CS General Jeff Thompson – Dated 1864
“Captured at Wilmington, N.C. Feb. 22nd, 1865” was what is Written in Period Ink on the Back of this Scarce Confederate $10 T-24 Note
TWO “SOUVENIRS” FROM THE FALL OF PETERSBURG, VA. IN APRIL, 1865 – A JEFF DAVIS 5-CENT STAMP AND A RARE CONFEDERATE 20-CENT STAMP FEATURING THE IMAGE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON
4 Souvenirs Picked Up in April 1865 at the Fall of Richmond, Va.
Book Written by Abner Double Day, Reminiscences of Forts Sumter & Moultrie in 1860-61
Our Collection of 8 Silver Spoons Showing the Different Silversmiths in Charleston, S.C. – Each Stamped with the Silversmiths Name
Highly Desirable Civil War Cavalry Captain’s Shoulder Straps
An Amazing Broadside: 1863 “Johnson’s New Chart of National Emblems” – You’ve Got to See What They Include!
Pair of Civil War Infantry Major Shoulder Straps – Excellent!
185th New York Volunteers – The Christian Soldier’s League I.D. Disc/Medal – THE ONLY ONE WE HAVE EVER SEEN
12th Corps Badge with 90+% Original Red Paint
Rare & Desirable Piece of Civil War Dramatic Theater & Excellent Example of War Period Calligraphy: A Hand Done Broadside Announcing The “Union Aquatic Theater, Onboard U. S. Steam Gunboat PORT ROYAL, Harbor of Apalachicola (FL) April 17th, 1863” + 2 Letters from John A. Stammers who sent it to his friend