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MAB 29:  Confederate Cavalry Shell Jacket.  Rare!  Superb example of a Confederate Cavalry Shell Jacket.  Classic lines of an enlisted Confederate uniform, stylish wide sleeves with yellow cuffs and yellow high collar.  It has a seven-button front that has the standard "C" on the buttons.  This Shell Jacket is beautifully made of gray wool and has minimal moth damage to one of the sleeves and front.  Overall condition of the jacket is very good.  This rare Confederate Shell Jacket came from Southwestern VA.  Professionally mounted in a shadow-box frame, sealed and air tight, ready to be hung.  $25,000.00.

MAB  9:  Confederate NewspaperThe Charleston Mercury, May 3, 1861.  Less than three weeks after the battle of Fort Sumter.  Numerous articles for volunteers and confederate movements.  Four pages in Good condition.

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MAB 17Confederate Imprint.  Document dated June 3, 1861 appointing J. D. Walker, Circuit Judge for Northwest Arkansas, signed by the War-time Governor of Arkansas, Henry M. Rector.  Arkansas joined the C.S.A. May 16, 1861; and some elections were held before the new C.S.A. commissions could be printed.  This document has the words "And of the Independence of the United States of America" STRUCK THROUGH.  This is very rare in this form.  Walker signs oath he has not fought at duel, etc on verso.  On the lower left margin is listed the vote for the election.

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MAB 18:  Confederate Battle Order.  Extremely rare Confederate Battle Order from General Braxton Bragg's Headquarters, Army of Mississippi to General Ruggles directing troop movement and questioning the amount of cannons in place.  

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MAB 19:  MEDICAL EXAMINERS FOR MILITIA FOR CIVIL WAR, 1863 Holbrook, Governor Frederick.  Appointment of Medical Examiners for Militia.  Brattleboro, Vermont,  this "twenty-second" day of "January" One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty "Three."  Mostly printed broadsheet, filled in.  Signed by Governor Holbrook.  Very scarce.  
DSC00286.JPG (166139 bytes) MAB 20:  GAR REUNION RIBBON.  15th Annual Encampment.  Department of Indiana.  Held in Columbus, OH, June, 1928.  Nice metal with five points.  (Cannons, Anchor, Bugle, Cross Swords and Cross Guns).

MAB 21:  Inscribed Document by Confederate Postmaster General John H. Reagan.  Autographed Manuscript Signed by John H. Reagan.  Pre-Civil War, circa 1854, two-page legal size, signed as Residing Judge giving  instructions to the jury from Fairfield, Texas.

MAB 22:  Inscribed Document by Confederate General John Gregg.  Autographed Manuscript Signed by General Gregg.  Pre-Civil War, circa 1858, one-page legal size instructions to jury with jury verdict.  Signed as Judge of Freestone County, Texas.  An extremely rare autograph seldom seen.  General Gregg was a member of the C.S.A Congress until he was commissioned.  He was killed in action on the Darby Town Road on October 7, 1864.
 MAB 100:  Ex-Confederates Endorsement for Sheriff of Vastrop, Texas.  One page a.l.s.  dated October 2, 1866 requesting John P. Jones run for Office of Sheriff.  At that time, Jones was the Post Master and had served in the 8th Texas Cavalry.  Most of the endorsements were former CPSP Veterans such as John Claiborne of the 8th Texas Cavalry, J. P. McBuchanan of the 12th Texas Cavalry, Joe Green of the 18th Texas Cavalry, C. G. Morgan of the 8th Texas Cavalry, P. C. Sims of the 34th Texas Cavalry, and Joe Woods of the 12th Texas Cavalry.   Letter is in very good condition.  $100.00.
MAB 137:  Confederate Veteran Magazine.  August, 1922 issue.  In good condition.  $20.00.  SOLD
MAB 138:  Confederate Veteran Magazine.  April, 1919 issue.  In good condition.  $20.00.  SOLD

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