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Updated 01/18/2013

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Quality Civil War Relics.


We am pleased to offer the following Civil War relics

All items on this page are for historical reference and education

To further promote the hobby of Civil War collecting, history and preservation of our nations past.


NON-EXCAVATED ITEMS


NE00-GETTYSBURG

75th Anniversary Ladies Fan
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When was the last time you saw one of these

Here is a real nice folding ladies fan from the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. Given out during the large encampment. This is the confederate one which depicts Picket's Charge on the front with great detail. The back has maps of the three days battle. As you can see it folds and does have a few crease marks ,a couple of bends and a minor small tearr or two.

Over all a really cool piece in remarkably great condition. Comes with the ryker case you see it in. Got this from the horse Soldier back in 1996.
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Price - $75.00

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NE01-1/6th plate photo
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Very attractive fully cases 1/6th ambrotype(on glass)plate of a cavalry sergeant. Plate size is 2-3/4 x 3-1/4. The case is a union "patent" gutta percha, thermoplastic case in very good condition. Made by A. P. Critchlow. & Co. The interior has the decorative felt lining on the left side, with the photo framed in a nice gold colored frame.

The photo iteslf is in good condition and shows a stern looking cavalry sergeant in a sitting pose leaning on the table. Has his saber in front of him, and wearing his gauntlets. His hat is to the left of him on a table. The buttons and stripes look painted on.

But the best part is on the back which shows a lock of hair????? been there a long time, and is very cool. There appears to be period writing on the makers insert, which as far as i can tell reads,"Jan 20 -May ? M. EW""Sat Aug-7- 1859".

I got this about 20 years ago from a local collector( i should have bought more)this has never been on the market before.
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PRICE - $345.00

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NE02-Civil War Period

Camp Chair
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Here is a real nice folding camp chair, from the Civil War Era, As you can see from the pictures, it folds up flat, and is in very solid condtion. Put together by some sort of rivets or pins. Has a very nice patina to it, appears to have a few coats of different paint on it. The seat is in very good condition with just some edge deterioation. No chips, cracks or breaks, overall just a nice period item. Be great for that soldier personal collection
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