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SOUTH CAROLINA SV Charleston Civil War Fort Sumter 1870s

SOUTH CAROLINA SV Charleston Civil War Fort Sumter 1870s
SOUTH CAROLINA SV Charleston Civil War Fort Sumter 1870s
SOUTH CAROLINA SV Charleston Civil War Fort Sumter 1870s

SOUTH CAROLINA SV Charleston Civil War Fort Sumter 1870s
3 1/2″ x 7″ (standard stereoview). Fort Sumter (Hand-written on reverse). Notes: Image is sharper than scan. Do you collect stereoviews? I have over 20,000 stereo images in stock. My items generally include a wide variety of topics and photographers. If you don’t see it, ask! You may view current offerings here. Powered by SixBit’s eCommerce Solution.
SOUTH CAROLINA SV Charleston Civil War Fort Sumter 1870s
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1843 Map United States South Louisiana Florida Georgia North Carolina Tennessee

1843 Map United States South Louisiana Florida Georgia North Carolina Tennessee
1843 Map United States South Louisiana Florida Georgia North Carolina Tennessee
1843 Map United States South Louisiana Florida Georgia North Carolina Tennessee
1843 Map United States South Louisiana Florida Georgia North Carolina Tennessee

1843 Map United States South Louisiana Florida Georgia North Carolina Tennessee
Lake Erie Maps & Print. An Authentic Antique Map: Not a Modern Reproduction! Description: It is an authentic antique map approximately 180 years old. It is from William C. Woodbridge’s Modern Atlas, published in Hartford, 1843, a copy of the title page is included for authenticity. It is blank on reverse with original handcoloring. Overall, a very nicely preserved print that would frame up well! Size: The map image area measures approximately 8 1/2 by 10 1/2 inches on a 9 1/2 by 12 page (24x31cm). Condition: It is in Fair to Good condition for its age, blank on reverse with a centerfold and original color as issued. It is printed on strong paper, not brittle with very rich color. There is some backprinting and wear on the corners with the bottom left corner clipped. It has been flattened and will frame nicely with a stressed antique appearance that many desire, see the pics of the actual print.
1843 Map United States South Louisiana Florida Georgia North Carolina Tennessee
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1866 State of South Carolina, Columbia SC $1 Note No. 9947 PMG 65EPQ (59017)

1866 State of South Carolina, Columbia SC $1 Note No. 9947 PMG 65EPQ (59017)
1866 State of South Carolina, Columbia SC $1 Note No. 9947 PMG 65EPQ (59017)

1866 State of South Carolina, Columbia SC $1 Note No. 9947 PMG 65EPQ (59017)
It is never our intention to misrepresent items or listings, however mistakes and accidents do happen, and we ask for your understanding. If item details state that it is a bulk listing, then your item may not look identical to the pictures. Bulk items can be different, but still match their listing by description. If the item is a proof coin in a slab holder, be aware that proof coins can have haze or milk spots. This is not a coin defect but has occurred during the minting process or because of time spent inside the capsule or slab. If the item is for parts or restoration, it is not working, but has parts that could be useful to someone who does repairs or restoration. Box 634 Gilbert, SC 29054. Cost of packaging materials. Fuel surcharge for postal services. Even if separate orders are paid for on the same day. No alteration of item or item holder will be accepted for return. Return packaging must include. Original packaging and labels. (When applicable) intact original shrink wrap, 2×2 flip, or presentation, plastic, or acrylic case.
1866 State of South Carolina, Columbia SC $1 Note No. 9947 PMG 65EPQ (59017)
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Rare Uncirc. $5 Dollars 1861 Bank of South Carolina Confederate Bill #1788Print

Rare Uncirc. $5 Dollars 1861 Bank of South Carolina Confederate Bill #1788Print
Rare Uncirc. $5 Dollars 1861 Bank of South Carolina Confederate Bill #1788Print
Rare Uncirc. $5 Dollars 1861 Bank of South Carolina Confederate Bill #1788Print

Rare Uncirc. $5 Dollars 1861 Bank of South Carolina Confederate Bill #1788Print
Confederate Currency – rare and always in high demand. These notes have low serial numbers: Hand Signed. This attractive black and green issue has a distinct Revolutionary War theme with portraits of Generals Sumter and Moultrie flanking General Marion’s Sweet Potato dinner. The image on the note is based on the painting “General Marion Inviting a British Officer to share his meal” by John Blake White (about 1862) and a subsequent famous engraving by John Sartain 1840. A version of the painting hanging in the U. Senate and the S. The printer’s name, American Bank Note Company is centered at the bottom of the note. This note is primarily printed with green ink. Outstanding quality of both paper and ink. The bright colors against the background are an aesthetic delight. Scarce and highly sought after in the higher grades. This is Authenticated by the South Carolina State Archives and will be send in a very protective plastic bill sleeve, authenticated State Archive Stamp and documentation.
Rare Uncirc. $5 Dollars 1861 Bank of South Carolina Confederate Bill #1788Print
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1873 $5 The State of South Carolina Post Civil War Reconstruction Era Note cd

1873 $5 The State of South Carolina Post Civil War Reconstruction Era Note cd
1873 $5 The State of South Carolina Post Civil War Reconstruction Era Note cd

1873 $5 The State of South Carolina Post Civil War Reconstruction Era Note cd
Here’s a note that’s always a favorite with our customers and it’s one of the best priced examples in our inventory. It’s a crisp AU note with the typical cross hatch cut cancellation. We photographed this note under natural lighting conditions to assist you with your evaluation. Additionally the photos zoom in quite well, allowing you to view this note under extreme magnification. Feel free to message us if we can provide further assistance.
1873 $5 The State of South Carolina Post Civil War Reconstruction Era Note cd
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Conflicting Teachings of South Carolina and Massachusetts. (1866)

Conflicting Teachings of South Carolina and Massachusetts. (1866)
Conflicting Teachings of South Carolina and Massachusetts. (1866)
Conflicting Teachings of South Carolina and Massachusetts. (1866)

Conflicting Teachings of South Carolina and Massachusetts. (1866)
Illinois to Massachusetts, Greetings! Conflicting Teachings of South Carolina and Massachusetts. A Plea from the Young West, the Giant Offspring of Union, for that Union and our Federal Government, as instituted by our honored fathers. Published by: Wright & Potter, Boston (1866) – 24 pages, pamphlet booklet style. On 29 October, 1832, he arrived in Chicago with his father, and they at once established a store. In 1840 he established the “Prairie Farmer, ” which is still in existence. In 1845 he wrote for the New York “Commercial Advertiser” numerous articles setting forth the advantages and prospective greatness of Chicago and the northwest. In 1852 he began the manufacture of Atkins’s self-raking reaper and mower. He was one of the active promoters of the Illinois Central railroad, and sent thousands of circulars at his own expense from Chicago to the Gulf, calling attention of the people to the prospective benefits of such a road through the state. He published a valuable statistical work entitled ” Chicago : Past, Present, and Fu-Lure” (Chicago, 1870). A Chicago editor, promoter, entrepreneur, and booster of that City and his State. He identifies himself here as a War Democrat. Dictionary of American Biography states the author’s works published gave evidence of the weakening of his mind. His reason finally gave way, and he was committed to an asylum in Philadelphia.
Conflicting Teachings of South Carolina and Massachusetts. (1866)
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10/19/1776 South Carolina Colonial Note $6 Fr#132 PMG AU53 EPQ Midnight Ride

10/19/1776 South Carolina Colonial Note $6 Fr#132 PMG AU53 EPQ Midnight Ride
10/19/1776 South Carolina Colonial Note $6 Fr#132 PMG AU53 EPQ Midnight Ride

10/19/1776 South Carolina Colonial Note $6 Fr#132 PMG AU53 EPQ Midnight Ride
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10/19/1776 South Carolina Colonial Note $6 Fr#132 PMG AU53 EPQ Midnight Ride
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History of South Carolina William Gilmore Simms 1922 Hardcover

History of South Carolina William Gilmore Simms 1922 Hardcover
History of South Carolina William Gilmore Simms 1922 Hardcover
History of South Carolina William Gilmore Simms 1922 Hardcover
History of South Carolina William Gilmore Simms 1922 Hardcover

History of South Carolina William Gilmore Simms 1922 Hardcover
Explore the rich history of South Carolina through William Gilmore Simms’ fascinating book, published in 1922 by The State Company. This hardcover edition is a collector’s item, adorned with beautiful illustrations, and written in English. Simms weaves a tale of the American Colonies, taking readers on a journey through time to discover the state’s past. This antique book is a must-have for any history enthusiast, and its special attributes make it a unique addition to any collection. The publisher’s attention to detail and the author’s captivating writing style make this book a treasure-trove of knowledge. Don’t miss the opportunity to own a piece of history with this amazing book.
History of South Carolina William Gilmore Simms 1922 Hardcover