Who is a proud owner of a fine Civil War autograph collection and would like to share it with fellow collectors..
Latest Activity: Mar 11, 2020
jefferson%20davis%20matt.bmpLatest piece of Civil War history that I 've added to my collection.. I like it
Started by Dan Moss Mar 11, 2020. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Hi, I'm looking to sell this Robert E. Lee signed CDV. I was going to consign it to auction but I thought I'd offer it here first. If you're interested send me a message with your best offer!Continue
Started by Lou reves Jun 14, 2017. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Here is my newest piece it is intaglio cards stamped with the original plates used to make the ten dollar bill with an original signature of General Phil Sheridan
Started by Roger Furr. Last reply by Ben Middleton Jan 18, 2016. 4 Replies 0 Likes
Signed Dept of Pacific letter dated 9/28/1881 nice item of the 1st commander of the union army of the Civil War.... not bad for the collectionContinue
Started by Roger Furr Feb 9, 2014. 0 Replies 2 Likes
General Jubal A Early hand written letter for my collection from University ArcivesContinue
Can you post a photograph? By itself, Rosecrans isn't too valuable an autograph, as he doesn't have the best reputation and he lived quite a few years after the war. I would put the value between 1-200.
Quick question as Im not a member of this group, but what would the value be of an autographed color lithograph from 1864 autographed by General Rosecrans? Ive seen sales of him on a cdv but does the item being a color litho make it a higher value? -Nathan
That's a great find Matthew I almost had a Scott Hancock a few days ago but we couldn't agree on a price so gonna keep looking.Thanks for sharing
I see. Thanks for the response. Very interesting history. Thanks for drawing my attention to it.
It is a quote that has been commonly paraphrased as: "Damn the Torpedoes. Full speed ahead." In reality Farragut said "Damn the torpedoes! Four bells. Captain Drayton, go ahead! Jouett, full speed!"
Very nice indeed, Matthew. Forgive my ignorance, but 24 days after which quote???
My latest addition, it's a good one! It's a note written by America's first full-Admiral David Glasgow Farragut. It was written in 1864, on Farragut's flagship the USS Hartford, in Mobile Bay, just 24 days after the famous quote. Also signed by officers on the Steamer Aphrodite and the USS Rodolph. The USS Rodolph would be blown up by a Confederate mine on April 1st, 1865, just days before the end of the war.
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