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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 15389: US MILITARY TELEGRAPH CIVIL WAR TELEGRAMS
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15389

US MILITARY TELEGRAPH CIVIL WAR TELEGRAMS

A nice pair of original Civil War US Military telegraph items 1 ) April 22, 1863 US Military Telegraph telegram from Richard O'Brien, "Tel Ofs Norfolk" to WS Hewitt, forwards a dispatch and notes General Viele will take immediate steps to have Hewitt released, and O'Brien sends his horse to Norfolk for Hewitt's use. 2 ) Norfolk, Virginia April 21, 1863 Am Telegraph Co telegram from W S Hewitt at Norfolk, to C. Edwin Hewitt, N Stonington, Connecticut, "all right, in hopes of reaching Suffolk now" William S Hewitt"was a US Military Telegrapher. With info- Hewitt was jailed while trying to recover bodies of dead soldiers. Both 1p 8 x 5" printed, with stains, wear, but very legible. The pair. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 125.00

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CIVIL WAR FLAGS VINTAGE 1894 COLOR LITHOGRAPH

An Original 1894 color lithograph showing Civil War flags of the US & Confederacy, includes Confederate battle flags and Union Army Corp flags . 24 x 18", from the US Government Official Records of Union & Confederate Archives War Atlas, Govt Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1894. Very Good.

The Official Records of the War of the Rebellion is a compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies consist of 128 Reports, a collection of first-hand accounts, General Orders, maps, and correspondence drawn from War Department records of the Union & Confederate governments collected during the Civil War and published 1881 to 1900. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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8593

VICTOR HUGO FUNERAL PHOTOGRAPH & 1869 PARIS JOURNAL L' ECLIPSE

A NICE original pair of Hugo items- 1 ) large 15 x 12" albumen photo showing French troops in the funeral cortege of Victor Hugo, at Paris. Vg detail of uniforms, equipage, w caption "Funerailles de Victor Hugo Cortege Traversant les Champs-Elysees 1 Juin 1885". Mat trimmed , w crack & age spots, image, age spots, image, vg. 2 ) an original 25 Avril 1869 French newspaper "L' Eclipse Journal hebdomadaire"" w color illus featuring "Le Nouveau Livre De Victor Hugo par Gill", 4pp. . edge & fold wear.
Our Price: $ 350.00

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5829

CIVIL WAR ERA OHIO & INDIANA 1860 MITCHELL MAP

An original Civil War era Map of the States of Ohio & Indiana, publ w copyright by Augustus Mitchell, 1860. 13 x 11' w fine colors. Excellent. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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6936c

CAMP FORREST GEORGIA YOUNGSTOWN OHIO TROOPS PANORAMA PHOTO 1918

An original World War One panoramic photo of soldiers at Camp Forrest showing 100 young soldiers with a barracks in the background, front inscribed "1st Co. 1st Recruit Battalion Camp Forrest, GA. Oct 4th, 1918", and imprint of photographer "North H Lossey, Chattanooga. Tenn". The reverse bears a pencil inscription, "All Penna Boys about 25 Y-Town Boys in this picture- Find me center. Sergeant Paul Mull, Lieut Meyer, Lt Jones, To Dad from Duane 1st Prov Rct Co, Engineers Replacement Troop Camp Forest Ga Oct 10, 1918". Approx 36 x 7". The image is sharp anmd clear. Margins trimmed and edges rough.
Our Price: $ 95.00 On Hold & Show

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8957

HENRY WARD BEECHER CIVIL WAR CDV PHOTOGRAPH

The Reverend Henry Ward Beecher was the leader of the Civil War abolitionist movement who helped arm John Brown for the Kansas Border war and the Harper's Ferry Raid. The Sharp's Rifles that were sent to Kansas by brow supporters were known as "Beecher's Bibles". Civil War CDV chestview, taken from life at Morant Studio, New York. Vg. W back imprint "Augustus Morand, 297 Fulton Street, Cor. Of Johnson, Brooklyn". Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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4623

UNION VETERAN SHAVING MUG

Civil War veteran's shaving mug, 4 x 3", w gold script lettering "JS Lathrop", from Mass estate, possibly belonged to Captain John Lathrop, 35th Massachusetts. circa 1890s. exc & very handsome mug. Comes w his service data from a Brimfield Massachusetts antique show. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 125.00

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14548

CIVIL WAR NAVY OFFICER BATTLE OF IRONCLAD MONITOR SIGNATURE

Captain William Smith, a career UCS Navy officer, commanded the Frigate USS Congress, when the Ironclad CSS Virginia sank the Congress and her new commander was killed, Captain Smith and Lt Pendergast surrendered the sinking ship. US Navy pay check issued to Captain Smith, at the US Navy Yard, Brooklyn, NY, 1849, and signed by Smith on front in bold ink. 8 x 3" blue paper, ptd. A scarce signature of a surviving officer of the famous duel. The Congress was the first ship ever sank by an iron ship. Very Good. With bio info. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
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15445

GI PACIFIC WORLD WAR II FIGHTING KNIVES

a handsome group of 3 Filipino made kris, fighting knives brought back by a WW2 Pacific Theater GI. The 3 include 1 ) a beautiful curved iron blade kris w carved wood scabbard, both grip & scabbard inlaid w mother of pearl, the grip w inlaid date "1945", the scabbard w inlaid "Philippines" and stars. 9" blade, 17" overall. Missing a star & the numeral '4", 2 ) kris w a clenched fist pommel, the carved wood scabbard bound w rattan & bears a stylized carved airplane. 12" blade, 17" overall, 3 ) kris w wood grip, a carved stylized birds head pommel, ornately carved scabbard w stylized eagle & shield 9" blade, 14" overall. All vg w handmade blades, grips & scabbards. The group
Our Price: $ 185.00

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KEOKUK IOWA CIVIL WAR DEFENDERS HOME GUARD LETTER 1864

An interesting Iowa Civil War item- In 1864 the State of Iowa authorized the formation of Home Guard Units in response to the Sioux Outbreak. A letter of petition from Keokuk County, Iowa citizens " The "Union League of Liberty Township, Keoku Co , Iowa", asking to form a militia, and signed by the League Chairman Joseph Cameron. 1p 8 x 8" ink. Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
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15436

US CAVALRY OFFICERS SABER

US Model 1872 Cavalry officer's regulation saber, worn by all officers 1872-1902. These handsome & scarce sabers have an American eagle & 13 stars cast into the cast brass guard and US shield & wreath on the pommel. This saber came out of a barn in NE Connecticut and is in relic condition- blade & scabbard heavily rusted, grip missing the leather wrap & wires, and scabbard missing it's fittings. The brass guard has a nice patina . An uncommon and historic Indians Wars officers saber.
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4665a

CIVIL WAR FOLDING FORK & SPOON MESS SET

A very nice pair of eating implements- a folding silver mess fork w silversmith's hallmarks, 8" extended, w brown bone grips. With matching folding spoon, also silver. Vg.comes w matching folding spoon,both hallmarked "W.H.S.B.P."part of bone grips repaired, rest is Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 125.00

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ANTIETAM CAMPAIGN ORDER KNOXVILLE MARYLAND

Following the Blooodiest Day of the War, The Army of Potomac went into camp at Knoxville, Maryland, and McClellan attempted to re-establish order over the demoralized Army. General Order 167, issued at HQ Army of the Potomac, Knoxville, Maryland, Oct 24, 1862, by General McClellan, detailing steps to re-establish discipline in the Army.. McClellan was himself so demoralized, Linclon relieved him of command days fater this order was issued. A rare Maryland Civil War imprint 2pp ptd, 8 x 5" Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 150.00

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PONTCHARTRAIN RIALROAD CIVIL WAR WHISKEY INVOICE LOUISIANA 1864

a neat Civil War Louisiana item- Union Army rations invoice for a long list of everything from pork, hard bread, Rio Coffee, to adamantine candles- all items crossed out- at the end an officer has added potatos, 10 Barrels of "Common Whisky " and 2 of "Bourbon Whisky"! Sgd by Captain WE Cowie, at New Orleans, Louisiana, Nov 25, 1864 w red ink notation, to be shipped via "PRR" (Ponchetrain Rail Road). 1p 8 x 11", ptd, ink. Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 125.00 On Hold & Show

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WW2 JAPANESE SOLDIER'S CHOPSTICKS

a great pair of WW2 Pacific campaign GI souvenirs- a pair of old cherrywood chopsticks, approx 8" long. . I assume these were liberated by a GI, as they have an old 2" typed label reading "Jap Chopsticks comb mirror" (didnt come with mirror or comb). vg.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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15479

FORT WAGNER ASSAULT MORRIS ISLAND CIVIL WAR ILLUS NEWS

An historic issue of the Harper's Weekly, Sept 26, 1863. Illus news w full cover illus of Morris Island assault by the 24th Massachusetts, inside news & illus of Fort Wagner Assault, & Execution of deserters , Army of Potomac. W illus ads for Remington & Colt revolvers, 14pp Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
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15487

FORT RILEY KANSAS TERRITORY US ARMY SUPPLY INVOICE 1860

An historic US frontier Army item, Receipt for Military Stores, Fort Leavenworth, K.T.,November 3, 1860, delivered from Captain S Van Vliet, and to Major Austin, Fort Riley. The list , is sgd by freighter David Biggam. Vg w printed Ft Leavenworth letterhead. Rare Frontier item issued on the verge of the Civil War. 1p 8 x 11" ptd/ink. vg w bio info for David Biggam, who was in the United States Government service, in the capacities of teamster and train- master. During the War, while not an enlisted soldier he probably saw more service than most enlisted men! Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.

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OLD STOUGHTON MUSICAL SOCIETY CDV PHOTO CIVIL WAR ERA

A great Civil War era CDV photo of 4 men dressed in colonial style uniforms- long frock coats & knee-breeches, with imprint by Prescott & Gage, Hartford, Ct. The central figure is "Father Kemp", Robert C Kemp, Reading, Massachusetts, created the Old Stoughton Musical Society, the oldest choral society in the US, giving concerts of traditional choral music across the US. Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
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7460

CIVIL WAR ALABAMA BATTLE OF MOBILE BAY VICTORY ORDER

An original US Navy General Order, issued at the Navy Department, Feb 16, 1866, announces the Resolution of thanks by The Congress to Admiral David G Farragut & his Naval Command for the Great Victory at Mobile Bay, resolves that the order be read to all officers, seamen & marines of the Navy, by Command of Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy. 1p 9 x 5" ptd, and top margin w blue pencil inscr "Lt Com Mead". This was the personal copy of Lt Commander Richard Meade, noted naval officer & brother of General George Meade. 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. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
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NAVAL HERO LAWRENCE KEARNY

Admiral Lawrence Kearny, the famous uncle of General Phil Kearny, commanded the brig USS Enterprise, ridding Galveston Bay of pirates. US Navy Yard paycheck, 1845, issed to Kearny and ink sgd by him on front in a bold hand. 8 x 3" ptd/ink, comes w biogr sketch. Vg.
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