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Civil War Confederate Amry Out-Post Culpepper, VA.

On July 24, 1863 - Confederate general Robert E. Lee occupies Culpeper County following the failed Gettysburg Campaign. Geographically, it sat midway between and slightly to the west of Richmond and Washington, D.C., and railroads linked it to both national capitals. Document Signed, 10/2/1863 - 8 x 12 mounted, 8 1/4 x 12 1/4 Folio: Confederate Military Docket No. (40) "Special Requistion" for Goods at Culpeper; Steel Pens, Sealing Wax, Lead Pencils, O.B. Envelops, Office Rulers ect.  Signed by James K. Robinson, Lieutenant; written in blk ink with a four-fold and a staine with lovely age-toning seen throughout docket.  Overall, fine condition. 

$100.00
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Fairbanks Standard Scales (Autograph Document Signed)

Two brothers, Thaddeus and Erastus Fairbanks founded the Fairbanks Scales manufacturing company in 1830 in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. Fairbanks employs over 500 employees nationwide. It maintains service centers, distributors and sales offices in 49 states and in over 25 countries. It sells precision and bench scales, heavy capacity truck scales, and railroad track scales. ADS Certificate: signed by, Charles Beach, Weigher - from: Erastus J. Fairbanks; 05/10/1884 - 5 x 2 1/2 written in blk ink on the Fairbanks' Standard Scales Certificate Form; with lovely age-toning seen.  Overall, fine condition. 

$20.00
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Intl. Order of Oddfellows Morgan County, VA (WV) Lodge No. 34

The International Order of Oddfellows (1848-1870) Morgan County, VA (WV) Accounts Receivable Billing from Lodge No. 34. Document Signed, 1848 - 8 x 12 Filio Docket Signed by, Dr. John T. Silen - A running tab of accounts paid in cash from November 4, 1848 - November 13, 1870. Written in blk ink on heavy old English fiber wire woven line parchment and a four-fold crease with the offical IOOF seal/embosse of the American eagle with serpent in its jaws; lovely age-toning seen and a rich golden-brown hue in wording. Overall, fine/very fine condition.

$35.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope "The Traitor's Doom." Copyright secured; printed by the:  Mumford & Co. 38 & 40, West 4th St. New-York.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 6 x 3 1/2, multi die ink printed on early American made envelope with flap closure and full gum on verso; a lovely and organic golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion seen. Overall, fine condition.

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope "End of Secession." The hangman’s rope and noose in the shape of the skull represents the Confederate demise.  Printed by: New-York Unien Envelope Depot. 144 Broadway.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 5 1/2 x 3 .  Dark blue die ink printed on early American made envelope with flap and full gum on verso; a lovely organic golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition condition.

 

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope "The New Constellation."  'GA. MiSS. LA. ALA. NC. SC. TEXAS' 'The hangman's noose J.D.' Printed by: S.U. Upham 310 Chestnut St. Boston, Massachusetts.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 5 1/2 x 3 1/4.  Dark brown die ink, printed on early American made envelope with flap and full gum on verso; a lovely organic golden-browning hue seen with no minimal abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition condition.

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope "Good Noose for TRAITORS."  Printed by: "J.W. Orr, In Clerk's Office Of The Dist. Court Of The U.S., For The Southern Dist. Of New York. Entered According To Act Of Congress, In New York 1861."  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.18601 - 5 1/2 x 3 1/2.  Dark Brown die ink, printed on early American made envelope with flap and full gum on verso; a lovely organic golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion. Overall, fine condition condition.

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope "Behold the man! He said that Cotton Would surely make them inde-pendant! But see, my friend, 'the string he's got on.' A fit adornment to the end on't."  Printed by: Brown & Ryan, New York Copyright secured. Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 5 1/2 x 3 3/4.  Blk. die ink, printed on early American made envelope with flap and full gum on verso; a lovely organic golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition condition.

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope "Agricultural Implements going South."  The reference is that early in the War weapons were being shipped south by Confederate Sympathizers under the guise of farm machinery. This rare political-editorial Cover features a nearly whole recto portion.  Printed by: New-York Unien Envelope Depot. 144 Broadway.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 5 1/2 x 3 1/48; Blk. die ink, printed on early American made envelope with flap and full gum on verso; a lovely organic golden-browning hue seen with no abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition condition. 

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original & Rare Civil War Cover-Envelope "STRAYED"  Text reads: "From the neighborhood of Boonville, Mo an unruly JACK who was frightened by the sudden appearance of a lion, his jockey one PRICE being made very sick by the same appearance.  He is of no value whatever and only a low PRICE can be given for his capture.- Sam."  Printed & Published by: Ehrgott & Forbriger of Cincinnati, as a full size, Currier & Ives type Lithograph.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope copyright 1861, - 5 1/2 x 3 1/8.  Blk. die ink, printed on early American made envelope with flap and full gum on verso; a lovely organic light golden-browning hue seen with no abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition condition.

$25.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original & Rare Confederate American Civil War Cover-Envelope reads: "JEFF's REPLY TO WHY DON'T YOU TAKE IT."  The satirical cartoon shows the name around the dog collar reads: Jeff, "Don't Want It Now.  We Want To Be Left Alone."  Printed & Published in Richmond, VA in 1861. Confederate State of America; American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope with a vignette of Ben Franklin, copyright 1861, - 6 x 3 1/2.  A brownish-red die ink, printed on imported British made envelope with flap and part gum on verso; a lovely organic rich golden-browning hue seen with no abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition condition.

$25.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original & Very Rare American Civil War Cover-Envelope iconography; two African American platation slave workers standing in field with working hoes, one asking "Whar' Massa Jeffs..." The other slave states, "Why Dey Lost de Ferry (i.e., Battle of Harpers Ferry, Va.) & "How Dey Has Goen To Win-Chess-ter" (i.e., Master Jeff, fled to Northern Virginia in Winchester) as a safe haven. Text reads: "SAM? WHAR'MASSA JEFFS SOGERS DIS MORNING (REPLAY) WHY DEY LOST DE FERRY & NOW DEY HAS GONE TO WIN-CHESS-Ter." Copyright 1862, - 5 1/2 x 3 1/2.  Printed and Published  by Magee, 316 Chestnut St. Phlis., PA. Blue die ink, printed on early American made envelope with full lap and gum on verso; a lovely organic light golden-browning hue seen with minimal staining. Overall, fine/very fine condition condition.

 

$55.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original & Rare Civil War Cover-Envelope "SECESSION" Circa1861, Patriotic Cover featuring an image of a caricature Confederate Cavalry Officer hanging from a gallow.  His tongue hangs out and his face is darkened from asphyxiation.  The rope around his neck is attached to a counterweight in the form of a cannon with the text "The Union 34 Pounder."  A pirate hat with shull and crossbones and a Confederate National Flag (Stars & Bars) atop his fallen of the head of the Cavalry Oficer. Printed by: Ehrgott & Forbriger of Cincinnati, - 5 1/2 x 3 1/8.  Blk. die ink, printed on early American made envelope with flap closure and full gum on verso; a lovely organic light golden-browning hue seen with minor abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition condition.

$35.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original & Rare Civil War Cover-Envelope, the Palmetto Flag, text reads:  "WE ARE SEVEN."   Printed in the Confederate State of America Richmond, Va. Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope copyright 1861, - 5 1/2 x 3 1/2.  Blk. die ink, printed on early British made envelope with full flap cover and gum on verso; a lovely organic light golden-browning hue seen and on verso, mounting residue. Overall, fine condition.

$18.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original & Rare American Civil War Cover-Envelope "SECESSION - EXTINGUISHER" Text reads: "Though not a wizard by profession, Old Uncle Sam knows how to save his Bacon, and deprive Secession Of its leading spirit--Traitor Davis."  Printed & Published by: Copyright secured Brown & Ryan, New York.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope copyright 1861, - 5 3/4 x 3 1/8.  Blk. die ink, printed on early American made envelope with full flap closure and gum on verso; a lovely organic light golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition.

$24.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original & Rare American Civil War Cover-Envelope; The Monkey Speaker, "The Speaker of the House..." Text reads: "The Speaker of the House of the "Southern Confederacy" now Assembled, July 20th, 1861."  Printed & Published by: Copyright secured Brown & Ryan, New York.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope copyright 1861, - 5 3/4 x 3 1/8.  Brown ink die, printed on early American made envelope with full flap closure and gum on verso; a lovely organic rich golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion & a minor tear along edge (e.g., out of field). Overall, fine/very fine condition.

$25.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art & Propaganda

Original & Rare American Civil War Cover-Envelope "SECESSION" Text reads: "DIXIE!"  Printed & Published by: Copyright secured Brown & Ryan, New York.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope copyright 1861, - 5 1/2 x 3 1/8.  Blk. ink die, printed on early American made envelope with full flap closure and gum on verso; a lovely organic and rich golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition. 

$20.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art and Propaganda

Rare & Original Civil War Cover-Envelope “The Jeff. Davis’ Neck-tie.” Printed by the: S.C. Upham, 310 Chestnut St.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 5 1/2 x 3 2/3, Blue die ink printed on early American made envelope with full gum on verso; a lovely golden-browning and minimal abrasion seen. Overall, fine condition. 

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art and Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope The "Jeff. Davis and the Traitorous Congressman." "W e've Had Enough! Compromise."  "All Right, Jeff, Leave It To Me!"  Printed by the: S.C. Upham, 310 Chestnut St. Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 5 1/2 x 2 2/3, Blk die ink printed on early American made fine woven wire fiber parchment envelope with no gum seen on verso; a lovely organic golden-browning hue throughout. Overall, very fine condition.

$22.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art and Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope The "J.D. - HIS MARQUE." A GREAT SKULL AND CROSSBONES PIRATE FLAG OF DEATH VIGNETTE!  Printed by the: S.C. Upham, 310 Chestnut St. Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 5 1/4 x 3 1/4, Blk die ink printed on early American made woven wire fiber parchment envelope with flap and full gum and residue on verso; a lovely organic golden-browning hue and minimal abrasion seen. Overall, fine/very fine condition.

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art and Propaganda

Original Civil War Cover-Envelope "The way the Southern Loan was Taken."  Printed by the: S.C. Upham, 310 Chestnut St. Boston, Massachusetts.  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope c.1860's - 5 1/2 x 3 1/2, red die ink printed on early American made woven fiber parchment envelope with flap and gum on verso; a lovely organic golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition.

$19.00
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1860s American Civil War Envelope Cover Works of Art and Propaganda

Original & Rare American Civil War Cover-Envelope - Text reads: "The "BRAGG" FRUIT of the PALMETTO TREE-son." A Confederate Officer Hanging; Printed & Published by: S.C. Upham, 310 Chestnut St. Boston, Massachusetts  Anti-Confederate American Civil War Illustrated Cover-Envelope copyright 1861, - 5  x 3 .  Blue ink die, printed on early American made fine envelope with full flap closure and gum on verso; a lovely organic light golden-browning hue seen with minimal abrasion. Overall, fine/very fine condition.

$25.00
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Alger, Russell Alexander

Russell Alexander Alger (February 27, 1836 - January 24, 1907) was the 20th Governor and U.S. Senator from the state of Michigan and also U.S. Secretary of War during the Presidential administration of William McKinley.  Autograph Slip Signed, n.d. -  3 1/2 x 2 1/4 mounted Leaf:  signed in blk ink with a nice even browning seen in lettering and age-toning on parchment.  Overall, fine condition. 

$40.00
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Allen, Charles Herbert
Autograph Slip Signed 7-3/4 x 1-3/4 blue paper
$25.00
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Alsop, Stewart Johonnot Oliver
Autograph Card Writing Signed 3 x 2 to Gerald Burg
$25.00
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American Civil War Confederate Deed (1863)

Virginia, the Confederate State of America (CSA) during the American Civil War era under the new guidlines from President Jefferson Davis and his Department of the Interior approved the buying and selling of land grantes with deeds. Document Signed, 08/06/1863 - 7 2/3 x 9 1/2 irragular Folio:  Deed signed by, John H. Ellis to William R. Bishop a tract of land in Sussex County, Virginia (i.e., Sussex county was a part of the "so-called" Confederate State of America) for $500.00; Deed is written on old English woven fiber wire dyed pale blue parchment with blk ink and with a three-fold crease.  Lovely age-toning seen throughout document with some minor staining and abrasion plus, a small tear.  Overall, fine condition.

$25.00
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Babson, Roger Ward
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$15.00
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Baugh, George T. Hane Historical Stock Certificate Signed

George T. Hane Baugh, Predsident of Anton Chico Development Company Ltd. Incorprorated under the laws of the State of Nevada.  Capital Stock Certificate Signed, 10/31/1932 - 10 1/2 x 8 1/3 No. 415 Share 15 a Land Development Co. based in New Mexico and stock shares sold in the State of Nevada.  Nice and Clear writing seen signed in blk ink with a two-fold verical crease and an embossed seal of the Corporation.  Overall, fine/extra fine condition. 

$15.00
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Baugh, George T. Hane Historical Stock Certificate Signed

George T. Hane Baugh, Predsident of Anton Chico Development Company Ltd. Incorprorated under the laws of the State of Nevada.  Capital Stock Certificate Signed, 10/31/1933 - 10 1/2 x 8 1/3 No. 774 Share 15 a Land Development Co. based in New Mexico and stock shares sold in the State of Nevada.  Nice and Clear writing seen signed in blk ink with a two-fold verical crease and an embossed seal of the Corporation.  Overall, fine/extra fine condition

 

$15.00
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Beach, S.E. Historical Stock Certificate Signed

S.E. Beach, President of Sun Oil Company, California Chapter. Sun Oil Co. Incorperated in December 1920. Capital Stock No. 3907 100 Shares. Stock sold to Laura E. York on 06/01/1921 in the state of California. Certificate Signed by President, 06/01/1921 - 12 x 8 1/2 with a two-fold vertical crease. Signed in blk ink pen with 100% teeth in seal and minor tears around edging overall, very good condition.

$15.00
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Benjamin, Walter Romeyn
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$35.00
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Bossange, Barthes & Lowell Foreign Booksellers

Bossange, Barthes & Lowell Foreign Booksellers - Historical Bibliophile Booksellers (b.1830-1890) (Foreign and International Books, Prints, Maps, and Manuscripts from 1599-1850) Autograph Letter Signed, 10/23/1848 - 8 x 10 1/2 Foilo: written in blk ink with a quire paper fold and signed by J. Lowell; Rich and lovely 'age-toning' seen throughout letter and a reddish waxie seal of the business crest on verso. Written on old English 'wove' fine fiber wire parchment; overall, fine condition.

$25.00
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Bosworth, Hobart

Hobart Bosworth-(August 11, 1867 – December 30, 1943) pioneering movie director, writer, producer and actor--was born Hobart Van Zandt Bosworth on August 11, 1867, in Marietta, OH. He was a direct descendant of Miles Standish and John and Priscilla Alden on his father's side and of New York's Van Zandt family, the first Dutch settlers to land in the New World, on his mother's side. Bosworth was always proud of his lineage.  Autograph Slip Signed, 1899 - 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 written in blue ink with toning overall, fine condition.

 

$25.00
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Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth

Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen (23 September 1848 – 4 October 1895) was a Norwegian-American author and college professor.  Autograph Slip Writing Signed, 04/04/1885  - 6 7/8 x 4  "New York" written in blk ink on leaf with "age toning" overall, fine condition.  

$45.00
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Bradley, Thomas J. 'Tom'

Thomas J. "Tom" Bradley (December 29, 1917 – September 29, 1998) was the 38th Mayor of Los Angeles, California, serving in that office from 1973 to 1993. He was the first and to date only African American mayor of Los Angeles. His 20 years in office mark the longest tenure by any mayor in the city's history before term limits passed by California voters in 1990 came into effect in a voter-approved statewide initiative. His 1973 election made him only the second African American mayor of a major U.S. city. Bradley retired in 1993, after his approval ratings began dropping after the 1992 Los Angeles Riots.  Document Signed, 10/06/1978 -  8 1/2 x 11 Signed in blk ink marker pen with raised golden seal 100% teeth City of Los Angeles.  Overall, very fine condition. 

$25.00
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Breckenridge, Clifton Rodes

Clifton Rodes Breckinridge (November 22, 1846 – December 3, 1932) was a Democratic alderman, congressman, diplomat, businessman and veteran of the Confederate Army and Navy. He was a member of the prominent Breckinridge family, the son of Vice President of the United States and Confederate General John C. Breckinridge and the great-grandson of U.S. Senator and Attorney General of the United States John Breckinridge. Autograph Slip Writing Signed, n.d.  5 x 8 1/2  on Offical House of Representatives U.S. Stationery written in blk ink on lined note paper with embossed seal in paper and one minor paper tear (20mm) overall, fine condition.

$40.00
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Bright, Jesse David

Jesse David Bright (December 18, 1812 – May 20, 1875) was the ninth Lieutenant Governor of Indiana and U.S. Senator from Indiana who served as President pro tempore of the Senate on three separate occasions. He was the only senator from a Northern state to be expelled for being a Confederate sympathizer. Autograph Slip Writing Signed n.d. 2 x 1 - 'J. D. Bright U.S. Senate' written in blk ink overall, fine condition.

$25.00
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Bright, Jesse David

Jesse David Bright (December 18, 1812 – May 20, 1875) was the ninth Lieutenant Governor of Indiana and U.S. Senator from Indiana who served as President pro tempore of the Senate on three separate occasions. He was the only senator from a Northern state to be expelled for being a Confederate sympathizer. Autograph Slip Signed , n.d. 3 3/8 x 1 1/8 mounted, written in blk ink overall, fine condition.

$25.00
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Bright, Jesse David

Jesse David Bright (December 18, 1812 – May 20, 1875) was the ninth Lieutenant Governor of Indiana and U.S. Senator from Indiana who served as President pro tempore of the Senate on three separate occasions. He was the only senator from a Northern state to be expelled for being a Confederate sympathizer. Autograph Slip Writing Signed, n.d. 3 x 1 mounted written in blk ink overall fine condition.

$25.00
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Bright, Jesse David

Jesse David Bright (December 18, 1812 – May 20, 1875) was the ninth Lieutenant Governor of Indiana and U.S. Senator from Indiana who served as President pro tempore of the Senate on three separate occasions. Served as a United States Senator from Indiana from 1845 until he was expelled on February 5, 1862. Also served as a State Court Judge fromm 1834 to 1839, Member of the Indiana State Senate from 1841 to 1843. Autograph Slip Writing Signed, n.d. 5 x 1 3/4 - 'Jesse D Bright Madison Indiana' written in blk ink with some toning overall, fine condition.

$25.00
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Bright, John

John Bright (16 November 1811 – 27 March 1889), Quaker, was a British Radical and Liberal statesman, associated with Richard Cobden in the formation of the Anti-Corn Law League. He was one of the greatest orators of his generation, and a strong critic of British foreign policy. He sat in the House of Commons from 1843 to 1889. Autograph Slip Writing Signed, 06/09/1880 - 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 mounted written in blk ink overall, fine/very fine condition.

$25.00
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Bright, John

John Bright (16 November 1811 – 27 March 1889), Quaker, was a British Radical. He was the son of Jacob Bright, a self-made and successful cotton manufacturer, was born in Rochdale on 16th November, 1811. Jacob was deeply religious and sent John to Quaker schools in Lancashire and Yorkshire. This Quaker education helped to develop in Bright a passionate commitment to political and religious equality. Autograph Slip Signed, n.d.  4 x 1 1/2  written in blk ink overall, fine condition. 

$25.00
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Bright, John

John Bright, (born Nov. 16, 1811, Rochdale, Lancashire, Eng.—died March 27, 1889, Rochdale), British reform politician and orator active in the early Victorian campaigns for free trade and lower grain prices (he was a co-founder of the Anti-Corn Law League), as well as campaigns for parliamentary reform. In his speeches John Bright attacked the privileged position of the landed aristocracy and argued that their selfishness was causing the working class a great deal of suffering.  Bright appealed to the working and middle classes to join together in the fight for free trade and cheaper food.  Autograph Card Writing Signed, 04/04/1879  -  3 1/2 x 2  written in blk ink ocerall, fine/very fine condition.  

$30.00
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Bright, John

John Bright (16 November 1811 – 27 March 1889), Quaker, was a British Radical and Liberal statesman, associated with Richard Cobden in the formation of the Anti-Corn Law League. He was one of the greatest orators of his generation, and a strong critic of British foreign policy. He sat in the House of Commons from 1843 to 1889. Autograph Slip Writing Signed, 4 1/8 x 2 1/4 - 'Friday June 23' parctial document saved. Written in blk ink with browning noted overall fine condition.

* It was a common practice for political administrative personal to cut off the document and send the signed name to a friend or business acquaintance as a moment.

$25.00
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Bright, John

John Bright (16 November 1811 – 27 March 1889). In 1843 Bright was elected to represent Durham in the House of Commons. In Parliament he campaigned for the repeal of the Corn Laws.  He also supported those Whigs advocating universal suffrage and the secret ballot. However, unlike most Radicals, Bright was opposed to Parliament regulating the hours of factory workers. Bright feared that factory legislation would lower wages and threaten Britain's export trade and as a result voted against the 1844 Factory Act.  Autograph Slip Writing Signed, 01/03/1872 - 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 written in blk ink with  browning "age-toning" noted. Overall, fine condition.

$35.00
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Brussell, Mae Magnin

Mae Brussell (May 29, 1922 – October 3, 1988) was a radio personality whose work has mainly focused on the assassination of US president Kennedy and the history of fascism.  Autograph Letter Signed, 04/04/1976 - 8 1/2 x 11 written in blue ink pen on her personal stationery the "Feminist Party Media Workshop Award - May 1974" with some light toning global overall, very fine condition.

$20.00
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Bryant, John Henry - Historical Stock Certificates Signed

Dr. John Henry Bryant ( Born: New York July 24, 1835- Died: Los Angeles ca.1910) President of Wabash Mining Company in California from 1899-1901.  Stock No. 48-52 1,000 shares x 5 certificates.  Shares sold on the 5th day of December 1899.  Stock Certificates Signed, 12/05/1899 - 10 x 8 signed in blk ink on rag paper with a two-fold vertical crease.  U.S. 50Cts. Stamp with presidents initials.  Nice and clean with a few minor stains overall, fine/very fine condition. 

$150.00
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Buckingham, William Alfred

William Alfred Buckingham (May 28, 1804 – February 5, 1875) was a Republican United States Senator from Connecticut. The Buckingham family had been in Connecticut several generations by the time William A. Buckingham was born on May 28, 1804 in Lebanon, Connecticut. Thomas Buckingham, the first of the family in America, helped to settle the New Haven Colony in 1638.   Autograph Slip Writing Signed, n.d. 3 1/2 x 1 1/2 written on a "Senate Chamber" slip in blk ink overall fine/very fine condition.

$15.00
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Buckingham, William Alfred

William Alfred Buckingham (May 28, 1804 – February 5, 1875) was a Republican United States Senator from Connecticut. Buckingham was active in Norwich politics as a Whig, and he served several terms as mayor.

In 1857, he was considered as a candidate for governor on the Union ticket, but a storm kept some of his supporters from attending the nominating convention in New Haven, and he lost in a close vote to Alexander Holley, who went on to win the election. In 1858, the American and Republican parties, which made up the Union slate of candidates, could not agree on whom to run for governor. Buckingham was chosen as a compromise candidate.  Autograph Slip Writing Signed, 03/24/1869 -  4 1/2 x 3 1/2  written in blk ink signed as "Senator" on 03/24/1869 with an embossed seal "P & P".  Overall, very fine condition.  

$25.00
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Buckingham, William Alfred

William Alfred Buckingham (May 28, 1804 – February 5, 1875) was a Republican United States Senator from Connecticut. During his tenure, he dealt successfully with the effects of an economic panic that occurred in the state and with the outbreak of the Civil war. Buckingham arranged for troops, with 54 companies enlisting instead of 10. Before the General Assembly appropriated $2 million for military expenses, Buckingham had begun borrowing money in his own name to finance Connecticut's war efforts.  He was named the "War Governor".  Autograph Slip Writing Signed, n.d. 5 x 3 mounted, and sgned in black ink on line blue paper overall very fine condition.

$25.00