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NEW AND AVAILABLE IN A VERY LIMITED QUANTITY

THE FLAG THAT FLEW OVER FORT SUMTER
APRIL 14, 1861

The fragment of cloth in this display originated from a larger section of a flag remnant that originated from the US flag that flew over Fort Sumter on April 14, 1861 that was lowered by Major Robert Anderson and traveled the US during the war on exhibit to raise funds for the war and again raised above the fort by now General Anderson and traveled the US during the war on exhibit to raise funds for the war and again raised above the fort by now General Anderson on April 14th, 1865 in celebration of the Union victory. The remnant belonged to Union General John Wilder and came from the estate of his granddaughter Ann Wilder Stratton. The last owner of this remnant was noted naval historian and collector Paul Dehaan from whom this remnant was acquired. The remainder of this flag is on display at the Fort Sumter museum. The remnant had been displayed in 2007 at the Louisiana Archives Road show at the Louisiana State Museum. 11" X 14", double matted in royal blue suede with gold trim. All provenance material included with the certificate of authenticity. Unframed shipped shrink wrapped..........................$350.00 custom framed.............................$415.00

Possibly the most important flag in Civil War History!

Actual example of flag remnant in the display. Original total remnant shown below

NEW AND AVAILABLE IN A VERY LIMITED QUANTITY

THE FLAG THAT FLEW OVER FORT SUMTER

APRIL 14TH, 1861 AS WELL AS A TOKEN MADE FROM METAL FROM SHOT FIRED ON FORT SUMTER

The fragment of cloth in this display originated from a larger section of a flag remnant that originated from the US flag that flew over Fort Sumter on April 14th, 1861 that was lowered by Major Robert Anderson and traveled the US during the war on exhibit to raise funds for the war and again raised above the fort by now General Anderson on April 14th, 1865 in celebration of the Union victory. The remnant belonged to Union General John Wilder and came from the estate of his granddaughter Ann Wilder Stratton. The last owner of this remnant was noted naval historian and collector Paul Dehaan from whom this remnant was acquired. The remainder of this flag is on display at the Fort Sumter museum. The remnant had been displayed in 2007 at the Louisiana Archives Road show at the Louisiana State Museum. The token was made in 1961 from metal shot fired on Fort Sumter. 11" X 14", double matted in royal blue suede with gold trim. All provenance material included with the certificate of authenticity. Unframed shipped shrink wrapped..................................$395.00 Custom framed........................................$465.00

ONLY 5 TO SELL


AN EXCEEDINGLY RARE SIGNED CARTE DE VISITE OF ROBERT TODD LINCOLN TAKEN DURING THE CIVIL WAR

6009 - ROBERT TODD LINCOLN, wet plate albumen carte de visite taken by Goldin & Co with their imprint in Washington, DC. Robert Todd Lincoln poses facing left with his arm on a chair with a dapper moustache. Lincoln signs it boldly on the verso, "Yours truly Robert T. Lincoln." Ostendorf identified the CDV as being taken in 1865. See Ostendorf page 303. Exceedingly rare as most images of Robert T. Lincoln signed are much post war. This example is a war period example signed on the verso boldly. He was the first son of Abraham Lincoln. Active in Republican politics, and a tangible symbol of his father's legacy, Robert Lincoln was often spoken of as a possible candidate for office, including the presidency, but never took steps to mount a campaign. The one office to which he was elected was Town Supervisor of South Chicago, which he held from 1876 to 1877. (The town later became part of the city of Chicago.) He did accept appointments as Secretary of War in the administrations of James A. Garfield and Chester A. Arthur, and Minister to England in the Benjamin Harrison administration. Near mint condition.................................................$3,400.00

A SUPERB SIGNED CARTE DE VISITE OF ANDREW JOHNSON AS PRESIDENT

6010 - PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON, wet plate albumen carte de visite by Alexander Gardner, Washington, DC. A seated pose of Johnson in an ornate chair, dated 1866. Signed boldly on the verso in dark black ink. Andrew Johnson (December 29, 1808 - July 31, 1875) was the 17th President of the United States, serving from 1865 to 1869. Johnson became president as he was vice president at the time of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination. A Democrat who ran with Lincoln on the National Union ticket, Johnson came to office as the Civil War concluded. The new president favored quick restoration of the seceded states to the Union. His plans did not give protection to the former slaves, and he came into conflict with the Republican-dominated Congress, culminating in his impeachment by the House of Representatives. The first American president to be impeached, he was acquitted in the Senate by one vote. Choice condition.............................................$2,995.00

SOLDIERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

5118 - The remnants of fabric shown in this display originated from Revolutionary War uniforms worn by American Colonial troops and British troops. The red fabric came from a British coat and the blue fabric came from a soldier in the Continental American army. The old notes that accompanied the fabric state that both remnants originated from a pin cushion. One note appears to have been written in the late 18th Century and the other in the beginning of the 19th Century. The latter note is signed by a Mrs. L. C. Jefferson. While at the beginning of the war American troops wore varied colored uniforms, later the color was mostly blue fabric being the standard. 11" X 14", double matted. Certificate of provenance included. Shrink wrapped ready to frame.......................................$350.00  Custom framing available..................................$65.00   [quantity limited]

OFFICERS OF THE KEARSARGE AFTER SINKING THE ALABAMA

31434 - USS KEARSARGE SHIP'S OFFICERS POSE ON DECK, AT CHERBOURG, FRANCE, SOON AFTER HER 19 JUNE 1864 VICTORY OVER CSS ALABAMA, 6" X 7" wet plate albumen on cardstock. Her Commanding Officer, Captain John A. Winslow, is 3rd from left, wearing a uniform of the 1862 pattern. Other officers are generally dressed in uniforms of 1863 - 64 types. View looks aft on the port side. At left is Kearsarge's after XI-inch Dahlgren pivot gun, with its training tracks on the deck alongside.. Those present are (from left to right): Chief Engineer William H. Cushman; Surgeon John M. Browne; Captain John A. Winslow; Acting Master's Mate Ezra Bartlett; Paymaster's Clerk Daniel B. Sargent; Lieutenant Commander James S. Thornton, Executive Officer; 2nd Assistant Engineer William H. Badlam; 3rd Assistant Engineer Henry McConnell; Acting Master James R. Wheeler; Boatswain James C. Walton; 3rd Assistant Engineer Sidney L. Smith; Gunner Franklin A. Graham; Acting Master's Mate Charles C. Danforth; Acting Master Eben M. Stoddard; 3rd Assistant Engineer Frederick L. Miller; and Paymaster Joseph A. Smith. The original glass negative is held by the Library of Congress. Actual photographer unknown but Francois Rondin had taken numerous poses of the crew after the battle in Cherbourg but this view is assumed not to be one of his known poses. Image shown in "Photographic History of the Civil War" Vol. 4 page 146. Fine, good contrast.............................................................$895.00


31433 - CONFEDERATE POWS ON THE WAY HOME
, Carte de Visite by Hoag & Quick of Cincinnati, Ohio. Wet plate albumen. A Confederate staff officer, above, rests a gauntleted hand on the arm of a companion in a photographer's studio in Cincinnati. The location of the studio, the officer's civilian pants and the presence of a revenue stamp on the back suggest that this Confederate may have been a prisoner of war, who stopped to have his portrait made in uniform one last time before returning to the South. Hoag & Quick are noted to have taken many photos of Confederates as POWS. This photo originated from the Turner Collection and is shown in the spring 2015 issue of Military Images Magazine.....................................
$550.00

THE LAST CONFEDERATE NATIONAL FLAG REMOVED FROM THE CONFEDERATE CAPITOL IN RICHMOND, APRIL 4TH, 1865

9013 - John O. Foster was a Methodist minister attached to the 24th Army Corps and is said to have preached the first sermon following the fall of Richmond, April 4th, 1865. Foster landed at City Point on April 2nd, 1865 at 2 PM and upon his arrival helped tend to the wounded from both sides that had arrived by train nearby. Foster also had the opportunity to watch the bombardment of Petersburg. That evening Foster watched Richmond burn, and was later given a pass to enter the city. On April 3rd or 4th, Foster, undoubtedly the first Union Chaplain in the City, was given a section of the enormous Confederate flag which flew over the Confederate State House. On April 5th, his diary states he visited the Confederate Treasury. He noted: "Promises to pay [bonds] in ton lots - told help yourselves - Did so...". Foster obtained as many varieties of bonds and Confederate money as he could and glued the sections of the Confederate flag he had obtained onto them. A label was later affixed to one section stating:  "Confederate money valuable as curios, pieces of flag floating over Capitol at Richmond on day of capitulation." Foster then preached under guard at the Presbyterian Church to an audience composed of mostly liberated slaves. The flag remnant above is from the flag taken from the Confederate Capitol with the edge turned to show a portion of a Confederate bond or banknote Foster removed from the Treasury and glued thereon. 11" X 14", double matted in gray and crimson red trim, shrink wrapped and ready to frame. A new Mora attractive design to this popular display. NOW...................................................................$200.00/unframed  Custom framed.................................................................$255.00/framed

THE GREAT EMANCIPATORS OF THE SLAVES

9100 - With the passage of the 13th Amendment in 1865, Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation decree of 1863 was legally the law of the land. Charles Sumner and Schuyler Colfax were important advocates of this law being passed granting freedom from slavery to all in America. Throughout the war, Sumner had been the special champion of blacks, being the most vigorous advocate of emancipation, of enlisting blacks in the Union army, and of the establishment of the Freedmen's Bureau. As one of the Radical Republican leaders in the post-war Senate, Sumner fought to provide equal civil and voting rights for the freedmen on the grounds that "consent of the governed" was a basic principle of American republicanism and in order to keep ex-Confederates from gaining political offices and undoing the North's victory in the Civil War. Schuyler Colfax was an energetic opponent of slavery. In 1862, following the electoral defeat of House Speaker Galusha Grow, Colfax was elected Speaker of the House. During his term as Speaker, he announced the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment in 1865 after working diligently for the necessary votes for Lincoln to secure passage in the House. Strands of hair from Abraham Lincoln, Charles Sumner, and Schuyler Colfax. These strands came from locks of hair collected by Mrs. Caroline Wright, the wife of Indiana Governor Joseph A. Wright. Mrs. Wright collected hair of political figure during the latter half of the 19th Century and these were given to her after Lincoln's inauguration in 1865 as a token of friendship between the Wrights and the Lincolns. These relics passed through the Wright family until sold with other items at Christie's auction house in 1992. In 2002, these relics were again sold by Christie's as a part of the Forbes Collection (Lot #121). A description of the lot is attached to this certificate. This display is 11" X 14", double matted in scarlet suede with gold Florentine trim. Sold unframed [shrink wrapped ready to frame]......................................................$375.00/unframed    Custom framed in 3/4" burnished gold wooden frame............................$430.00/framed


NEW DISPLAYS NOW AVAILABLE

2020 - LINCOLN AND THE CONSPIRATORS - LINCOLN'S HAIR, WOOD FOR THE GALLOWS, AND MARY SURRATT'S HAIR, 11" X 14" burgundy suede matting with gold Florentine trim. A new display highlighting Mary surratt who was one of the four conspirators executed on July 7th, 1865. The strand of Lincoln's hair originated from a well documented lock given to Mrs. Caroline Wright, the wife of the Governor of Indiana by Mary Lincoln. The documented wood fragments originated from relics obtained by a soldier stationed as a guard in the prison yard. Mary Surratt's hair was included in the effects of Samuel Curtis another guard at the prison and found in his 1865 diary. Provenance papers on all artifacts are included with the display. All artifacts are in small magnified boxes for better viewing. The photos are copies from original images of the period.................................$425.00/unframed (Framing available at a nominal charge)

2021 - LINCOLN AND THE CONSPIRATORS - LINCOLN'S HAIR, WOOD FOR THE GALLOWS, MARY SURRATT'S HAIR, AND A REMNANT FROM THE BINDINGS THAT WERE USED TO BIND MRS. SURRATT'S ARMS DURING THE HANGING, 11" X 14" burgundy suede matting with gold Florentine trim. A new display highlighting Mary Surratt who was one of the four conspirators executed on July 7th, 1865. The strand of Lincoln's hair originated from a well documented lock given to Mrs. Caroline Wright, the wife of the Governor of Indiana by Mary Lincoln. The documented wood fragments originated from relics obtained by a soldier stationed as a guard in the prison yard. Mary Surratt's hair was included in the effects of Samuel Curtis another guard at the prison and found in his 1865 diary. The remnant of cloth bandage was included with a period note attesting that the wood came from the gallows and the cloth originated from the bindings that held her arms during the execution. These bindings had been made from material from a shelter tent at the same time the executioner, Christian Rath, made hoods from the same material. The latter is an incredibly rare relic of that faithful day. Provenance papers on all artifacts are included with the display. We have a very limited number of displays available.........................................$549.00/unframed (Framing available at a nominal charge)


2022 - MARY SURRATT, LINCOLN CONSPIRACY, 8" X 10" display featuring a strand of hair from Mary Surratt. The matting is suede with gold Florentine trim. A strand of her hair is encased in a magnified box with a copy of an original photograph of Mrs. Surratt at the time of the Civil War. Mary Surratt's hair was included in the effects of Samuel Curtis a guard at the prison and found in his 1865 diary in an envelope in his hand attesting the hair belonged to Mary Surratt. Provence papers are included on the hair from Samuel Curtis.........................................................$295.00/unframed (Framing available at a nominal charge)


2023 - JOHN BROWN, EXECUTED FOR HIS ATTACK ON HARPER'S FERRY IN 1859, FAMOUS REVOLUTIONARY ABOLITIONIST, A STRAND OF HIS HAIR, 8" X 10" double matted display featuring a strand of hair belonging to John Brown. John Brown (May 9, 1800 - December 2, 1859) was a white American abolitionist who believed armed insurrection was the only way to overthrow the institution of slavery in the United States. During the 1856 conflict in Kansas, Brown commanded forces at the Battle of Black Jack and the Battle of Osawatomie. Brown's followers also killed five slavery supporters at Pottawatomie. In 1859, Brown led an unsuccessful raid on the federal armory at Harper's Ferry that ended with his capture. Brown's trial resulted in his conviction and a sentence of death by hanging. The display comes with sound provenance from noted expert Charles Hamilton......................................................$275.00/unframed (Framing available at a nominal charge)

41805 - STRANDS OF HAIR BELONGING TO ABRAHAM LINCOLN DISPLAYED WITH A BEAUTIFUL 1909 LINCOLN HEAD CENT, we have added a beautiful 1909 Lincoln Head Cent to our popular Lincoln hair display. 1909 was the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Lincoln as well as the first year of issue of the Lincoln Head Cent. Each display will have a near un-circulated 1909 Lincoln Head cent with brilliant red tone showing. The strand of hair came from the Wright Collection auctioned by Christie's in 2002. Provenance certificate on the hair will be included with the certificate of authenticity. 8" X 10", double matted with beautiful crimson suede mat with Florentine gold trim. Unframed...........................................$335.00      Custom framed......................................$375.00

41804 - A SPECIAL OFFERING OF THE ORIGINAL 100TH ANNIVERSARY CIVIL WAR MEDALLION BRONZE MEDALS, 1861-1961, 2.75", [64mm]. LET US HAVE PEACE, LEE AND GRANT, reverse two soldiers, CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE. The official 100th Anniversary medal produced by the Medallic Art Company of New York. In the original box with papers. Mint condition. We see these listed on Ebay for $29.99-$35.00. We have a few at................................................$20.00/each


71615 - MARY TODD LINCOLN, 8" X 10" matted display with several stands of the actual hair of Mary Todd Lincoln with a copy photograph of her. Double matted on scarlet suede with Florentine gold trim. These strands came from locks of hair collected by Mrs. Caroline Wright, the wife of Indiana Governor Joseph A. Wright. Mrs. Wright collected hair of political figures during the latter half of the 19th Century and these were given to her after Lincoln's inauguration in 1865 as a token of friendship between the Wrights and the Lincolns. These relics passed through the Wright family until sold with other items at Christie's auction house in 1992. In 2002, these relics were again sold by Christie's as a part of the Forbes Collection (Lot #121). A description of the lot is included with the display along with our certificate of authenticity. Sold matted and shrink wrapped ready to frame or we can custom frame the display.............................................$250.00/unframed For those who already have our Abraham Lincoln 8" X 10", this one matches perfectly, requires a 3/4" deep frame.....................................................$295.00/framed

DL001 - ABRAHAM LINCOLN, 8" X 10", double matted in handsome suede, high lighted with a copy photo of Lincoln seated, strands of Lincoln's hair encased. Wright Collection sold by Christie's Auction House. Unframed..................................$295.00  




DL002 - ABRAHAM LINCOLN AND MARY LINCOLN
, 11" X 14", double matted with copy photos of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. Strands of hair from both individuals. Ex-Wright Collection. A beautiful presentation in either emerald green or burgundy matting, unframed.
............................................$375.00


THE EXECUTION OF THE CONSPIRATORS

DL006 - 11" X 14" display with strands of Abraham Lincoln's hair as well as fragments from the scaffold that the conspirators were hung. Included are copy photos of Lincoln, the hanging scene, and a view of the reward poster for Booth and his conspirators. Burgundy suede matting with florentine gold trim. Certificate of authenticity and provenance documentation included. 
           $395.00/unframed              Custom framed
$450.00


General Robert E. Lee

8270 - FABRIC FROM A CHAIR BELONGING TO ROBERT E. LEE GIVEN TO HIS GODCHILD, the fabric in this display originated from a chair that originally covered a chair belonging to Robert E. Lee. It was found in an old envelope noted, "General Robert E. Lee, button and material from his rocking chair which he presented to his friend Stanton...Grosse Isle." The Stanton mentioned was the fifth son of General Henry Stanton who served with Lee in the Mexican War, Robert Lee Stanton [1842 - 1932]. Robert Lee Stanton was named after Robert E. Lee and was his Godchild. He moved to Grosse Isle, Michigan in 1880 and became a farmer. The chair in the photo is not the chair that this fabric originated from. 11" x 14", gray mat with red trim. Fabric is displayed in a small magnified box and includes certificate of authenticity. We only have eight to sell. Unframed.....................................................$250.00

8271 - WOOD SALVAGED FROM THE C.S.S. VIRGINIA, ALSO KNOWN AS THE MERRIMACK THAT FOUGHT THE IRONCLAD MONITOR, MARCH 9TH, 1862, the CSS Virginia was the first steam-powered ironclad warship of the Confederate States Navy, built during the first year of the American Civil War; she was constructed as a casemate ironclad using the raised and cut down hull of the scuttled USS Merrimack. Virginia was one of the participants in the Battle of Hampton Roads, opposing the Union's USS Monitor in March, 1862. The battle is chiefly significant in naval history as the first battle between ironclads. Prior to that encounter on March 9th, the Virginia had sunk the Cumberland and the Congress on the previous day before the arrival of the Monitor. The fight between the two ironclads was basically a draw and the Virginia moved back into her port. With the capture of Norfolk, her Captain Catesby ap Roger Jones was ordered to destroy her rather than allow her to be captured which he did on May 11th, 1862 after her guns had been removed for future use. Starting around 1883, numerous souvenirs, made from recently salvaged iron and wood raised from Virginia's sunken hulk, found a ready and willing market among eastern seaboard residents who remembered the historic first battle between ironclads. Known examples still exist today, being held in both public and private collections, rarely coming up for public auction. The specimen of wood from the Virginia in this display came from an old collection of relics including those of the Virginia. 11" X 14", double matted in gray and red, certificate of authenticity included.................................$250.00

We have been involved in Americana collectibles since 1978 and  publish an illustrated catalogue that lists a larger portion of our stock. 

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June 27 & 28, 2015

Gettysburg Civil War Show

Allstar Event Complex
2638 Emmitsburg Rd. 
Gettysburg, PA


September 17, 2015

National Civil War Show & Sale

DuPage County Fairgrounds
2015 W. Manchester
Wheaton, IL

The Historical Shop  website offers only a glimpse of the items available from our inventory of American collectibles.  You can find items from Ancient times through the Civil War & everything in between.
 
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So stay a while and take a look around. You never know what you may find.
     We also have items for auction on Ebay. I use the ID Centurian so come look me up!  You can use the link under the Ebay logo to see what I currently have for auction.
     All items are guaranteed to be as described as the  Historical Shop sells only quality items and offers no reproductions of any kind. 
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Cary J. Delery

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July 27, 2015

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July 26, 2015

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July 25, 2015

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July 24, 2015

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July 20, 2015

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July 14, 2015

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July 12, 2015

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July 11, 2015

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July 10, 2015

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July 9, 2015

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July 8, 2015

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June 27, 2015

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June 26, 2015

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June 25, 2015

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June 24, 2015

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June 23, 2015

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June 22, 2015

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June 20, 2015

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June 19, 2015

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June 16, 2015

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June 12, 2015

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June 10, 2015

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June 9, 2015

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June 7, 2015

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June 5, 2015

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June 1, 2015

Lincoln Items
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