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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 18918: MASSACHUSETTS CIVIL WAR VETERANS FARM SCENE FRAMED PHOTO
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18918

MASSACHUSETTS CIVIL WAR VETERANS FARM SCENE FRAMED PHOTO

This is an original 8 x 12" albumen photo of a farm family and hired hands posing in front of their frame house incl the husband wearing a Civil War style frock coat and holding what may be a campaign hat. The foreground shows a hand with a team of oxen pulling a sledge- the hand wears a similar hat & coat, w what appears to be a military belt buckle. The scene also includes a boy on a horse and another man posed on the sled, axe on shoulder with heap of cordwood in background. The item came from the estate of Lt Nathaniel Morton, 3rd Massachusetts Volunteers, Halifax, Mass. . Mat breaks, scrapes, image VG overall, in original gilt/wood frame, wood back, no glass. Frame w edge chips. Circa late 1860s. 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: $ 135.00

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CORTLAND NEW YORK CIVIL WAR CAVALRYMAN AND WIFE PHOTO

An original Civil War veteran cabinet card photograph, circa 1880s, of a wartime image of a Union cavalryman wearing a cavalry shell jacket, seated beside his wife. The waistview cabinet card photo image is 6 x 4" and bears the imprint of the photographer, L.E. Burnham, Cortland, new York both front and back. The image is a bit faded but w exc detail. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 95.00

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19073

US GRANT GRAND GULF MAY 1863 VICKSBURG CAMPAIGN COPY LETTER

The Vicksburg Civil War Final Campaign began May, 1863 when General US Grant moved inland from Grand Gulf & to Hawkins Ferry east to Raymond & Jackson, Mississippi. An original May 7, 1863 Copy letter from Grant at HQ, Dept of the Tennessee, Hawkins Ferry to Col William Silliman Hillyer, Grants Aide de Camp, re the status of road building & boat transport of the Army's rations from Grand Gulf, with 2 urgent postscripts. A significant original May 1863 HQ Copy Letter. In his Memoirs Grant cites this supply problem as dictating his move to invest Vicksburg from the East. 2pp 8 x 11" ink. Glue stains on reverse, Overall Excellent. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 350.00

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19104

HOLDEN MASSACHUSETTS CIVIL WAR FIRST DEFENDER PHOTO

Charles Richard Hill, a Holden, Mass native was a Massachusetts First Defender, enlisted at Worcester, April 1861 w the 3rd Mass Rifles , also with 25th Mass Volunteers, 18th Army Corp, 1861-1865. An original Civil War veteran cabinet card photograph chestview of Hill in civilian coat wearing a GAR Post Officer membership medal and 18th Army Corp unit association medal, circa 1880s. The 6 x 4" card bears the photo imprint "Central Studio, Worcester, Mass". The image comes with a scan of a later image showing him with the 18th Corp medal & GAR star badge & a family ink inscribed ID. Comes w service info, 1861-1865 ( wounded at Petersburg). Exc detail, image with minor edge wear, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 125.00

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19311

MEDICAL THIGH SPLINT DR AM DAY PATENT BENNINGTON VERMONT

The most widely used Civil War medical splint for healing fractures were invented by Dr Almiron M Day of Bennington Vermont. An original Maple wood medical splint for the dorsal aspect of the thigh/calf mkd "A.M. Day Bennington, Vt 4" (denoting size). A similar example is illus in Dr Gordon Dammann's book "Civil War Medical Instruments & Equipment", Volume 1page 73. Approx 19 x 4.5". Avg wear, complete and sound, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 225.00

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19315

CIVIL WAR MEDICAL WRIST SPLINT DR AM DAY PATENT BENNINGTON VERMONT

The most widely used Civil War medical splint for healing fractures were invented by Dr Almiron M Day of Bennington Vermont. An original Maple wood medical wrist resection splint, spatulate shaped, marked "AM Day 4" (denoting size) , approx 10.5 x 3", A ismilar example is illus in Dr Gordon Dammann's book "Civil War Medical Instruments & Equipment", Volume 2 page 76. These were used after resection of a wrist often following a gunshot wound fracture. Average wear, complete and sound, Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 135.00

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19225

FRAMED PHOTO CIVIL WAR OFFICER W SWORD

An original Civil War albumen photo of a young Civil War infantry officer- a full standing view of the officer with infantry wreath insignia on his kepi and holding his sword, with sash & eagle beltplate. The image is a Civil War era copy from a CDV photo and is in an original era wood frame with gilt gesso decoration. . The mat reverse has a pencil notation 'Mother's Brother killed in War", but no ID. The image has a crack with an acid free archival repair on reverse of the mat. The frame has chips and cracks but is overall sound, the reverse with wood backing. Approx 14 x 11". Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 235.00

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6725-1387296777

AMERICAN WORLD WAR 2 3 INCH NAVY SHELL CASE

An original WWII US Navy 3" gun casing- a 24" tall brass case, w approx 3" diam neck, for 3" US Navy round, w US ordnance mks and dated 1945. with inert primer. This is the type used to shoot down the Kamikazes at Okinawa. Uncleaned green brass. A small dent in neck, overall Very Good. Inert. Shipping weight 8 pounds. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 85.00 On Hold & Show

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CIVIL WAR MEDICAL LEG SPLINTS DR AM DAY PATENT BENNINGTON VERMONT

The most widely used Civil War medical splint for healing fractures were invented by Dr Almiron M Day of Bennington Vermont. An original pair of matching Maple wood medical splints for lower leg & heel, each marked "A.M. Day " and denoting "Outside Left" or "Outside Right". Similar examples are illus in Dr Gordon Dammann's book "Civil War Medical Instruments & Equipment", Volume 2 page 76. Each half is approx 16 x 5 x 2". Average wear, edge chips, complete and sound, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 225.00

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19279

CIVIL WAR MEDICAL THIGH SPLINT DR AM DAY PATENT BENNINGTON VERMONT

The most widely used Civil War medical splint for healing fractures were invented by Dr Almiron M Day of Bennington Vermont. An original Maple wood medical splint for the dorsal aspect of the thigh/calf mkd "A.M. Day " A similar example is illus in Dr Gordon Dammann's book "Civil War Medical Instruments & Equipment", Volume 1page 73. Approx 13 x 3". Avg wear, complete and sound, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 225.00

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19078

CIVIL WAR MEDICAL ARM SPLINT DR AM DAY PATENT BENNINGTON VERMONT

The most widely used Civil War medical splint for healing fractures were invented by Dr Almiron M Day of Bennington Vermont. An original Maple wood arm splint mkd "A.M. Day Bennington, Vt. 4". A similar splint is shown in Dr Gordon Dammann's book "Civil War Medical Instruments & Equipment", page 73, described as a medial/lateral arm splint. Approx 17 x 4". Average wear, edge cuts in lower margin, overall complete and sound, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 225.00

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19100

JACQUES NECKER FRENCH REVOLUTION 1785 BOOK TOME I

Jacques Necker was made Treasurer of France in order to reform the collapsing economy and ward off Revolution. His sound ideas reassured the public but after the royalists refused to accept his recommendations his removal led to the French Revolution. An original 1785 edition of his work explaining the reforms, titled "De Administration Des Finances De la France Par M. Necker". This is Volume 1 of the 2 volume set. The edition bears a 1785 date, w illus of Necker on the frontspiece, and ink idd to "C.V. Guildenstubbe". 244pp incl a 13 x 10" foldout Chart showing the population & tax burdens of each French region. Board covers. Approx 6 x 4". Covers worn, binding Very Good as is overall Condition. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
Our Price: $ 250.00

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19108

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY VETERAN PHOTO FAIRHAVEN MASSACHUSETTS

An original circa 1880s Civil War veteran cabinet card copy a wartime view of a Union cavalry trooper, full standing view with cavalry crossed sabers on kepi, brass shoulder scales, and hands resting on his drawn saber.The studio shows a painted backdrop camp scene w US marked tents. The 6 x 4" card bears a photo imprint by O'Neill, New Bedford, Mass. The reverse bears a faint pencil inscription "R.P Burns (?) Sconticut Neck, Fairhaven, Mass". Exc detail, image w minor edge wear, overall Very Good. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques.
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 19467: CIVIL WAR PENNSYLVANIA IDD MAJOR & WIFE CDV PHOTOGRAPHS
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19467

CIVIL WAR PENNSYLVANIA IDD MAJOR & WIFE CDV PHOTOGRAPHS

A nice pair of original CDV photos of a couple- 1) Chestview of a young officer with double breasted military coat, pencil inscr on reverse "Cooper Dec 1862", 2) Full standing view of a young woman, rev also pencil inscr "Cooper Dec 1862". Photo imprint on reverse for JW Hurn & by Rehn & Hurn, Philadelphia. The coat indicates the officer held the rank of a major or higher. Both images VG. The pair
Our Price: $ 135.00

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5723

GERMANS INVADE BELGIUM BRITAIN WILL FIGHT AUGUST 1914 PARIS NEWSPAPER

An historic original World War One special edition of the newspaper, "La Presse", Paris, France, August 7, 1914, w huge headlining the German Invasion, the Heroic defense of the forts at Liege by the Belgian Army, Germans are executing Belgian civilians, the Germans Invade Luxembourg, British Prime Minister Asquith announces England will come to the aid of France, Lord Kitchener the new Minister of War for Britain, etc. French text. 2pp. VG.complete issue. Mike Brackin Civil War thanks you for visiting our website
Our Price: $ 125.00

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19658

BRITAIN DECLARES WAR ON GERMANY INVASION OF BELGIUM AUGUST 1914 NEWS

An original complete issue of the Newspaper "La Presse", Paris, August 6, 1914 headlining the Battle between the Germans and Belgians, with the text of the August 2 German Ultimatum to Belgium, the August 4 British Declaration of War with Germany, the British Ambassador leaves Berlin, excitement in London, the King's Message, The Royal Navy & Sir John Jellicoe, etc. 2pp Complete, French text. VG. Mike Brackin Civil War thanks you for visiting our website
Our Price: $ 125.00

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20038

CIVIL WAR BALLOT BOX

A handsome original cherrywood ballot box with turned wood handle and sliding lid, as used to vote by soldiers- each cast a vote by dropping a black or white ceramic ball into hole. (The origin of the term "blackballed"). The box is approximately 9 x 6 x 3.5", the handle is approx 6" long VG with nice original finsih and still contains 24 original black & white glass balls.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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18948

CIVIL WAR CAVALRY HEART ROSETTES

An original pair of brass rosettes from a horse bridle, made of stamped brass with iron backs and loops. These were not military issue but have been dug in Civil War Union & Confederate camps in Virginia and Tennessee. Uncleaned brass with small dents and green patina. The iron backs & loops are rusty but sound, approx 2" diameter. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques
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19830

ST CLOUD PRISON GUARDS AND WARDEN PHOTOGRAPH MINNESOTA 1889

The Minnesota Correctional Facility was built at St Cloud in 1889. An original photo of a group of 14 men wearing military coats, many hold stetson hats. A distinguished man in the foreground is wearing his hat, perhaps the warden. These stern looking men look like lawmen, and are posed in front of a huge granite archway, adjacent a steel barred window. The front mat has the photo imprint of " ES Hill, St Cloud, Minn", and I believe this is a circa 1889 view of the Minnesota Correctional Facility at St Cloud. The 9 x 8" photo is mounted on a 14 x 11" mat. The image is nicely toned and clear, with light age spotting, Overall VG. The mat corners are worn. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques
Our Price: $ 250.00

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20039

PANAMA CANAL ZONE & AMERICAN MILITARY PHOTO GROUP CIRCA 1920S

An original group of 50 photos of the newly constructed Panama Canal Zone and US Military posts circa 1920s, a few dated, , incl views of the Canal & Locks, Forts Randolph, DeLesseps, Davis, the 14th US Infantry, US Army officers, generals, sights incl San Blas Island, Cruces, Cristobel, Bruja Point, Colon, Chiriqui Volcano, Gaton Railroad, military commanders, prominent visitors, soldiers, scenery, jungles, military maneuvers, soldier R&R,Taxi Dancers, barracks scenes, Spanish ruins, etc. Most images are approx 10 x 7.5", w linen back, some w stamped Signal Corp imprint and some w pencil id. The group are all G-VG, w exc detail and tonality; many w edge wear and some w age spots, Overall VG. Thanks for visiting Mike Brackin Civil War Antiques
Our Price: $ 250.00 On Hold & Show

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