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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 18245: CIVIL WAR  SIGNAL BINOCULAR FIELDGLASSES
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18245

CIVIL WAR SIGNAL BINOCULAR FIELDGLASSES

An original pair of Civil War binoculars stamped "Signal Glass Day & Night" on the eyepieces. The Black enamel body, gutta percha rotating knob and leatherette wraps. Similar glasses are shown in W.C. Davis "Fighting Men of the Civil War"- Union Signal Corp, p 184 .Small dent in one eyepiece, overall Very Good. No case or eyeshades. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 225.00

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CIVIL WAR HARTFORD CONNECTICUT GAR VETERAN ITEMS

A nice group of 3 Civil War veteran items incl 1) Ribbon for Dedication of the Soldier & Sailor Monument Hartford, Connecticut, Sept 17th, 1886. 7" pink/blue silk w illus. 2) 2-pc Celluloid Photo Badge of Natl GAR Commander Alfred Stacey, of Connecticut, w gold ribbon and pinbar marked "We Stand for the Defenders of Our Country" , 1935 Dept of Ct GAR Encampment Hartford, 3) 2-pc Medal GAR & Potomac Day, Hartford, Conn. May 1904 shows GAR & Army Potomac medals. All Very Good except as noted. The 3 items. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00

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CONFEDERATE IRONCLAD CSS MANASSAS ILLUSTRATED NEWS

A fantastic original issue of the New York Tribune, April 8, 1862 w front page illus of "Hollin's Gunboat "The Manassas Or Turtle". The striking 5 x 2.5" image is complete w description of the ironclad, built at Columbus, now at Island Number 10, Also 8 pages of War news incl US Ironclad Carondelet, Attack on North Edisto, Port Royal, Yorktown, Virginia, Washington, North Carolina, Union City, Key West, Corinth Mississippi, CSS Virginia at Norfolk, Also names of Union dead, Yroktown, Confederate officers dead at Fort Donelson, Tennessee. Complete, age stains, edge cuts, 1" hole in front pages. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques
Our Price: $ 85.00

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PENNSYLVANIA & NEW JERSEY CIVIL WAR COLOR JOHNSON ATLAS MAP 1864

An original Civil War era color Map of the State of Pennsylvania, This handsome 26 x 17"map of Pennsylvania and New Jersey by Johnson & Ward has an 1864 copyright by AJ Johnson, New York. . Nice colors with Excellent detail, this folded map is from
Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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16396

WINNESHEIK COUNTY IOWA HISTORY 1913 VINTAGE 2 VOLUME SET

An original set of the 2 volume history "Past & Present of Winnesheik County Iowa", by Edwin C Bailey, 1913. Publ SJ Clarke Publ Co, Chicago. 2 Volume history w over 900 pp & 100s of photos of prominent citizens, biographies, Civil War history, etc, cloth/ leather binding, spine w embossed leather. Vol 2 spine repaired, overall Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 135.00

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GENERAL CUSTER CIVIL WAR ILLUSTRATED NEWS 1864

One of the iconic images of the Civil War- An Original Nov 12, 1864 issue of the Harpers Weekly w full cover illustration of General George A Custer presenting captured battle-flags at Washington. This issue has14pp War news, incl full double page illus of Election Day 1864, shows scenes of soldiers voting & in battle, also illus of Army signalers, General Bidwell, KIA Cedar Creek, General James B Ricketts, the Late Colonel Charles Lowell and Col Cuvier Grover. The issue is missing one 6 x 2" article which was clipped out, otherwise complete and Very Good overall. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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FORT FISHER NORTH CAROLINA CIVIL WAR KIA USN ENSIGN ROBERT WILEY

US Navy Ensign Robert Wiley was killed in action aboard the USS Montgomery during the January 1865 assault on Fort Fisher, North Carolina by Admiral Porter's Fleet. US Navy Pay check, issued at the NY Navy Yard, May 1851, to Wiley, and signed on front by Wiley. 8 x 3" ptd/ink, on blue US Navy check. Very Good. Scarce signature. Comes w biogr info. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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18389

US ARMY DESERTER BRANDED CALIFORNIA INDIAN WAR ORDER 1871

A fascinating original order for 19th US Infantry deserter James Garvey to be Branded with the letter "D" 1 1/2" long on his hip, & to serve 2 years Hard Labor , wearing a 12 pound ball & 4 foot chain. 1p 8 x 10 ptd/ink sgd by Hugh Gibson brown as ADC to General Ord. VG, w US Army HQ, San Francisco overstamp, dated 1871. Captain Hugh Gibson Brown of Keosauqua , Iowa was a noted Frontier officer, Kiowa Indnan Agent & brevetted veteran of the Cicil War Vicksburg & Fort Harrison Battles, comes w Brown's service info.

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. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques
Our Price: $ 95.00

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CHATTANOOGA CIVIL WAR MONUMENT ARCHITECTJOHN A FOX BLUEPRINT

The 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry had an outstanding combat history incl the fight at Orchard Knob, Chattanooga, Tennessee. John Andrews Fox served w the 2nd Mass, and postwar became a noted architect. The original Chattanooga Battlefield Monument Blueprint created by Fox, showing the monument dimensions to be cut by the quarry. This 21 x 16" blueprint on heavy paper has details of the quarry work to be done, & the address & personal impressed stamp of John A Fox, Architect, 120 Tremont St, Boston, Dec 11, 1893. Small archival repairs on reverse folds, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 135.00

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18477

UNITED STATES CAVALRY FIGHT INDIAN WAR WERNER COLOR LITHOGRAPH 1899

A handsome Indian Wars battle lithograph of US Cavalry troopers in pursuit of war- bonneted Plains Indians, w caption "US Cavalry Pursuing Indians 1876" a very handsome color image, 16 x 13" w 1899 copyright by Werner Co, Ohio. This striking 16 x 13" color lithograph was published by the Werner Lithographic Company, Akron, Ohio, 1899. Light water stain lower right margin, overall VG.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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YORKTOWN VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR 1895 US OFFICIAL RECORDS MAP

An original Color map of the Civil War Yorktown Siege-incl 2 large maps of the Siege, showing Federal & Confederate troop dispositions, detailed topographic features, farmhouses etc., w 2 inset maps of the Yorktown Redoubts and Approaches. This original 29 x 18" lithograph is from the US Government Official Records of Union & Confederate Archives Civil War Atlas was ptd at the US, Govt Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1894, Julius Bien Lithographer. 1" tear on lower margin, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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4941

MEUSE ARGONNE BATTLEFIELD FRANCE US ARMY RELIC ARTILLERY FUZES

I got these form a collector who had been to the Meuse Argonne Battle Field in the 1970s. A nice fired pair of American World War One artillery shell percussion/time fuzes, each w US mkgs "Model of 1907" & time settings. These fired relics are inert, and nice relics of the Argonne Forest, France, 1918. Each approx 3 x 3" brass brass fuze is in dug condition, uncleaned, w dents & scars from impact but complete, overall Good. The pair
Our Price: $ 85.00 On Hold & Show

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18236

OTISCO NEW YORK LETTER DIED A SOLDIER IN THE CIVIL WAR 1861

Henry Hubert Hitchcock was a young patriot from Otisco, near Syracuse, New York who enlisted 1861, was wounded at Ball's Cross Roads, Virginia, and died of illness at Washington, Sept 1861. An original Civil War letter from Hitchcock at Syracuse, NY, Jan 29,1861, to his sister, Orissa, asks re her schooling, if headmaster still beats her & other girls with his rod, accd to doctrine of sparing the rod, he does not dare beat the large girls and if there were male students his time would be at an end! Comes w bio info & war service info for Hitchcock & a copy of a letter from Private Hitchcock at Camp, Washington, Dc, 1861. 4pp ink, Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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11483

FREDERICKSBURG & CHANCELLORSVILLE BATTLE CIVIL WAR 1895 MAP

A handsome Double Map of the Battlefields at Fredericksburg & Chancellorsville, Virginia. showing exc detail of the Union & Rebel lines. Landmarks, farms, lanes, even pastures & copse of trees, with a smaller inset map of the Dranesville , Maryland Battlefield. This original 29 x 18" lithograph is from the US Government Official Records of Union & Confederate Archives Civil War Atlas was ptd at the US, Govt Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1894, Julius Bien Lithographer. Margin w age stains, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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HENRY PICKERING BOWDITCH 1ST MASSACHUSETTS CAVALRY CIVIL WAR ORDNANCE

The First Massachusetts Cavalry was a notable Civil War combat unit. An original Ordnance Stores Voucher certifying that 28 carbine cartridge boxes were abandoned for want of transportation near Bealton Station, Virginia, June 15, 1863, and " burned to keep them from falling into the hands of the enemy, the regiment at this time being in the rear of the army on the march to Manassas Junction". 1p 8 x 11" ink, sgd by Lt Henry P Bowditch as Commander of Company E, 1st Mass Cavalry. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 225.00

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18411

PENSACOLA FORT PICKENS FLORIDA CIVIL WAR ILLUS NEWS 1861

A fantastic original issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov 27, 1861 with front page ilus Map "View of Pensacola Harbor and Defences" & news- Fort Pickens opens fire on the rebels, Pensacola Navy Yard on fire, Steamers Colorado & Niagara damaged. A fine complete issue w 8pp news of the War. VG, disbound with small edge cuts. The Inquirer was one of the few Civil War papers that routinely showed fine front page illustrations of War events and these illus issues are suitable for framing. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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18494

2ND MANASSAS CIVIL WAR NEWS W MAP PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER 1862

An original historic issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, August 30, 1862, w front page 16 x 11" Map of "The Battle Field in Defence of the Union", showing the area around Manassas, w headlines "Severe Fight at Centreville", Rebel Army Cut in Two, 'Jackson Meeting His Master" & numerous headlines claiming a Union Victory, also President Lincoln Endiorses the Sanitary Commission Appeals for Aid to the wounded. 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 Very Good condition. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 135.00

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18434

MANASSAS VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR GENERAL JOHN POPE CAMPAIGN 1862 MAP NEWS

An original issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer, July 22, 1862, w front page Map of General John Pope's Movements in Virginia, 10 x 9", Warrenton to Richmond, large 2 page casualty List for McCall's Division, 1st to 10the Pennsylvania Infantry, 11th Pa Reserves, also US Sanitary Commission Donations, Pennsylvania casualties at Baltimore Hospitals, Governor Curtin's call for more volunteers. 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.

Our Price: $ 85.00

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18496

CHARLES A LINDBERGH PHOTO CLEVELAND NATIONAL AIR RACE 1929

An original photo of Aviator Charles Lindbergh & 2 other pilots beside a plane, taken at the Cleveland National Air Race, Cleveland, Ohio, showing Lindbergh wearing a helmet & goggles. The other 2 pilots are US Navy "High Hat" flyers, forerunners of the Navy Blue Angels. This original 8 x 10" photo taken at the Cleveland International Air Show is VG, still mounted on a black 12 x 10" photo album page. The photo comes w a photocopy of the Airshow Dinner Honoring Cleveland's Special Guest Charles A Lindbergh, given August 1, 1927, also from the same Ohio estate.
Our Price: $ 250.00

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18092

COLOR LITHOGRAPHS MOUNT SHASTA LASSENS BUTTE MOUNT JEFFERSON 1854

A beautiful group of 4 original color lithographs incl 1) Shasta Butte & Shasta Valley (Siskiyou County, Ca), 2) Lassens Butte (Sacramento Valley, Ca), Medium Foxing, 3) Mount Jefferson & Black Butte, 4) Canon of Psuc-See-Que Creek. Each image is approx 8.5 x 11" with fine colors. All 4 images were made by Baron von Egloffstein, survey artist for Western Explorer James Beckwith's US Army 41st Parallel Railroad Survey of California & Oregon 1854. Each has minor foxing, edge wear, overall VG except as noted.

The US Army conducted USPRR exploration surveys of the West for the proposed Transcontinental Railroad to the Pacific from 1855-1859. The survey reportswere published by the War Department at Washington in 1860, and included stunning maps and lithographs drawn by government artists with the expeditions.
The group
Our Price: $ 125.00

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