Authentic antique copy of 'Plantation Jim And The Freedom He Obtained' by Zachariah Atwell Mudge published by Henry A Young Co of Boston. Copyright 1869 by Clark Friske. Stereotyped at the Boston Stereotype Foundry.Remarkable children's fiction book about a young freed slave named Jim and his life, struggles and successes in a new life after the Civil War ended.Green bound hardback book published as part of the 'Pure Gold Series' of the Rustic Library. Measures approximately 4 14" x 6 14" x 12".... Writing inside cover and side page. Last page (unprinted) is torn. 96 pages. One illustration. Binding feels loose.Item comes as-is. We understand that many collectors prefer to do their own cleaning, and that improper cleaning can devalue the item. For this reason we have only gently wiped this item down and have left the cleaning to the buyer.Stress free shipping We are experienced shippers and will take care to package your items carefully for their journey to youAll of our items come from private collections and estate buyouts. We generally have no information on the background of provenance of items. Items are shipped with a quick dusting and may need a wash or further wipe down upon arrival.We understand that condition is subjective and encourage you to use the provided images to aide you in making your own decisions. Have questions We are happy to answer them, but please ask prior to purchase. Thanks for looking
This lot features a very rare CDV image of Confederate general David A. Weisiger. He fought in Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. He was most active and known fr his roles in the Overland Campaign of 1864 including the Battles of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, North Anna, and Cold Harbor. In my years of collecting, this is the only one I have ever seen or owned.Winner to pay 7.99 shipping and handling regardless of the number of CDV images you win from my auctions. I will wait until you a...re finished bidding on my lots and email you a total upon your request.Thank you for looking and best of luck
Rare CDV Civil War General Ambrose Burnside by Mathew Brady Crisp Small albumin loss in center of pic.Pics show condition well. All of the Ebay listing photos were taken with direct lighting and have not been manipulated in any way unless stated otherwise. Everything I sell is guaranteed to be authentic. Please contact me if you have any questions. Click HERE to view my other items for sale. If you buy multiple items, please wait for the total invoice so I can combine shipping, if possible.
Please Add Me to Your Favorites List for SPECIALS-SALES AND MOREBlack History Photo"We Bring these old Treasures Back to Life"FINE QUALITYHistorical Photo Reproductions from NU-WAVEPhoto Size: 8x12 BorderlessTITLE: 1863-Civil War-African American Soldier with Wife Daughters-Only known Family PhotoDESCRIPTION: Photograph showing soldier in uniform, wife in dress and hat, and two daughters wearing matching coats and hats. In May 1863, U.S. Secretary of War Edwin Stanton issued General Order No. 14...3 creating the Bureau of U. S. Colored Troops. This image was found in Cecil County, Maryland, making it likely that this soldier belonged to one of the seven U.S.C.T. regiments raised in Maryland. (Source: Matthew R. Gross and Elizabeth T. Lewin, 2010) This is the only known photograph of an African American Union soldier with his family.Date 1863Why Order from Nu-WaveFREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING SHIPS FIRST CLASS MAIL WITH TRACKINGSHIPS IN 1 BUSINESS DAY (M-F)PREMIUM, HEAVY WEIGHT, GLOSSY PHOTO PAPERSHIPS FLAT AND SECURE IN HEAVY DUTY MAILERWe use only heavy weight, top quality photo papers. Our prints are made with Archival Inks. Why They keep their color and sharpness for years and years to come. Many cheaper prints you will find on line with thin paper will start to fade much sooner. NOTE: Never store or display your photos in direct sunlight as this will considerably shorten the life of any photo.Your prints will be placed in their own plastic sleeve with a short historical description. They are packaged for quick shipping in a heavy weight photo mailer offering the best protection for the journey to its new home. Arriving at your home or office safely is our top priority.Your order is shipped in 1 business day or sooner via First Class Mail with Postal Tracking allowing you to check the status of your shipment.Customer service with the customer in mind. We follow up on all inquiries either before or after a sale. We are dedicated to making your purchase from Nu-Wave the most positive experience possible. Thank you for considering Nu-Wave as your historical photo supplier.Please Add Me to Your Favorites List for SPECIALS-SALES AND MORE
BLACK HISTORYHistorical 5X7 BORDERLESS PHOTOSTITLE: 1863-Civil War-African American Soldier with Wife Daughters-Only known Family PhotoDESCRIPTION: Photograph showing soldier in uniform, wife in dress and hat, and two daughters wearing matching coats and hats. In May 1863, U.S. Secretary of War Edwin Stanton issued General Order No. 143 creating the Bureau of U. S. Colored Troops. This image was found in Cecil County, Maryland, making it likely that this soldier belonged to one of the seven U.S....C.T. regiments raised in Maryland. (Source: Matthew R. Gross and Elizabeth T. Lewin, 2010) This is the only known photograph of an African American Union soldier with his family.Date 1863Fine quality, 5x7 print on quality glossy paper. BorderlessDomestic Fast and FREE Shipping via First Class Mail Worldwide International Shipping 4.25. Additional Prints Shipped Together FREEBe sure to add me to your favorites listBUY ANY 3 OR MORE PHOTOS AND SAVE ANADDITIONAL 12 - MUST BE ADDED TO CART
This lot features a rare Berdan Sharpshooters Second Corps Rare CDV Civil War From Boston, MA.At age 72, I have made the difficult decision to sell some of my collection to assist family members in need. Thanks for looking and best of luck