Civil War - Union | Ephemera
This is a bronze replica of an Anthony C. Paquet medal presented to American Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant by Congress during the Civil War for the capture of Vicksburg, Mississippi. The capture of Vicksburg, along the Battle of Gettysburg, marked the turning point in the Civil War. read more...
Sale Price $500.00
This exciting three-inch bronze medallion was designed for the Grand Army of the Republic by Jules Edouard Roiné and cast by Davisons' Sons of Philadelphia for the 100th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth. It includes a bust engraving of Lincoln - similar to that on modern pennies - and that famous line from his second inaugural address: "With malice toward none, with charity for all". read more...
Sale Price $1,120.00
Pair of binoculars with case signed and war-dated in 1861 by Union Major Godfrey Weitzel. He served with the unit that guarded Abraham Lincoln during the 1861 presidential inauguration and later commanded the XXV Corps of U. S. Colored Troops during the First Battle of Fort Fisher. These binoculars were given to Weitzel by Lincoln, with impeccable provenance from the general himself! read more...
Sale Price $15,300.00