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    General Lee’s Headquarters Historic Wood Display Battle Of Gettysburg In Collector’s Glass Case Certified

    $69.95
    Authentic Wood piece from the world famous Thompson House better known as General Lee’s Headquarters(Seminary Ridge) Gettysburg, PA. . Matted and framed with a Riker frame. Mat color and picture may vary. This relic is certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Museum documentation included. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. The wood comes from the original beams (witness beams there during the battle) and was removed during a repair and was obtained by us from the former owners of the property. An amazing historic relic from one of Gettysburg’s most iconic spot. The Thompson house is on Seminary Ridge and is where General Lee made many of the plans for the battle of Gettysburg. Very limited supply. 100% guaranteed to be authentic and legal to own. Certified by the Gettysburg Museum of History with documentation (COA) provided. A fantastic set for the Civil War enthusiast and a great gift idea. A nice size 8″/12″ is the overall size of the glass case.  Please see our other Civil War  battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. The perfect gift for the serious Civil War  enthusiast.  Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.

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    Historic Witness Wood Gettysburg Address Abraham Lincoln Wills House In Collectors Glass Case Certified

    $69.95
    Historic Witness Wood Gettysburg Address Abraham Lincoln Wills House In Collectors Glass Case. a large piece of the original beam removed during renovations. Abraham Lincoln stayed at The David Wills House, Gettysburg on November 18-19, 1863, and finished writing The Gettysburg Address at The Wills House. A fantastic original piece of the beams removed during renovations. A true Lincoln relic from the house he stayed in on November 18, 19, 1863 when in Gettysburg to deliver the Gettysburg Address. Lincoln put the finishing touches on the speech in this house. The wood was obtained pre-National Park and are 100% authentic and legal to own. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display. Art and mat color may vary. Wood artifact and picture will vary slightly from piece to piece. We will pick the best one from our inventory. Framed in a collector’s glass case (Riker Case) with museum mat and art. The frame is 8″/12″ a great size and perfect gift. Also included is an authentic antique 1930's-1940's post card showing the Wills House in Gettysburg (see photos) All Gettysburg relics were recovered before it was National Park and are 100% legal to own. 100% Guaranteed the be Authentic, Comes with Museum documentation (COA).Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. Our collector sets make fantastic and creative gifts.

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    Gettysburg Address Lincoln Artifact from the David Wills House Plus A Gettysburg Bullet In Collectors Glass Case

    $72.00
    Gettysburg Address Lincoln Artifact from the David Wills House Plus A Gettysburg Bullet In Collectors Glass Case. A genuine piece of the original beam from The David Wills House. Framed In a Riker Case with an original vintage postcard of The David Wills House, a  piece of the original beam removed during renovations.  Abraham Lincoln stayed there on November 18-19, 1863, and finished writing The Gettysburg Address at The Wills House. A fantastic original piece of the beams removed during renovations. A true Lincoln relic from the house he stayed in on November 18, 19, 1863 when in Gettysburg to deliver the Gettysburg Address. Lincoln put the finishing touches on the speech in this house. Comes with signed provenance from The Gettysburg Museum Of History  Very limited supply.   Also, a genuine bullet from the Battle of Gettysburg. A great display with a true certified Gettysburg bullet found on the Battlefield.  All Gettysburg relics were obtained before it was national Park and are 100% legal to own. There will be no more bullets or relics from this area because relic hunting is now prohibited. A wonderful and rare set. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display (collectors glass case). Mat color may vary. Great size 8"/12" Comes museum documentation (COA). One side has the location and museum number one side is plain as shown in photo. Documented authentic bullets from Gettysburg are rare!  Also see our listing for Gettysburg bullets in collectors boxes.  Makes a great gift for the Lincoln or Gettysburg historian. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.

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    Children Of The Battlefield Authentic Gettysburg Orphanage Wood And Bullet Relic Set In Collector’s Glass Case

    $72.00
    Children Of The Battlefield Authentic Gettysburg Orphanage Wood And Bullet Relic Set In Collector’s Glass Case. Original wood from the Gettysburg “Homestead Orphanage” The  Bullet Contained Within this Display Was Found Near The Homestead Orphanage On Cemetery Hill, Gettysburg. General O.O. Howard Had His Headquarters At This Location During The Battle Of Gettysburg. This Building Later Became The Homestead Orphanage. The Children Of Sgt. Amos Humiston Along With Many Orphans Of The Civil War Lived In This Building.  In The 1950’s This Building Became “The Charlie Weaver/Soldier’s Museum”. Pictured On The Front Of This Display Are The Children Of Sgt. Humiston. Their Photo Was Found In The Hand Of Sgt. Humiston Who Died During The Battle Of Gettysburg. Both The Wood And Bullet are 100% Authentic And Are Certified By The Gettysburg Museum Of History. Matted and framed with a Riker frame. Mat color may vary. This relic is certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Museum documentation included (COA).Very limited. Please see our other Gettysburg battlefield collectors sets available on our web site. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers.

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    Original Wood From The Gettysburg Rail Road Station, Bullet From The Battle Of Gettysburg In Collector’s Glass Case

    $69.00
    Original wood from the Gettysburg Rail Road Station where Lincoln arrived on November 18th 1863 to deliver his Gettysburg Address. Some of the wood still has some original paint on it, some does not. It is 100% guaranteed to be authentic from our larger piece at the museum. This piece is from the original moldings around the windows that was replaced during renovations. This wood was present during the Battle Of Gettysburg and when Lincoln arrived. It was from the original molding that was removed during renovations. The display also includes a bullet from the Battle Of Gettysburg found pre-National Park and is legal to own. Both relics are certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. This display comes matted and framed in a Riker display (collectors glass case). Mat color may vary. Great size 8″/12″ Comes museum documentation (COA). One side of the bullet has the location and museum number one side is plain. Documented authentic bullets from Gettysburg are rare! Very limited supply. Also see our listing for Gettysburg bullets in collectors boxes and relics.

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    Original Handwritten Song Sheet From Ford’s Theater (Lincoln Assassination) Certified

    $399.00
    Original Handwritten Song Sheet From Ford's Theater (Lincoln Assassination), This offering is for one (1) song sheet from our collection of Ford's Theater music book collection. Many years ago we obtained the Ford's Theater hand written song book and the bells from Ford's Theater. These items came from John Lawrence Rosenberger The orchestra director of Ford's Theater (former Robert L. White collection). The book is all handwritten music and lyrics and it has several extra pieces of hand written musical scores both music and lyrics. You will receive one of these sheets. . A very rare Lincoln assassination related artifact. 100% guaranteed to be authentic. Gettysburg Museum Certified, Museum COA provided. A rare opportunity.

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    Abraham Lincoln Collector Coin

    $5.95

    A lovely gold color coin commemorating the 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. The back of the package offers some Q & A's about Lincoln so you can test your knowledge.


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    Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Shot Glass

    $2.45

    A lovely commemorative shot glass depicting images of Abraham Lincoln - 16th President.


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    Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Shot Glass

    $2.95

    This colorful shot glass has varied images of President Lincoln, The Lincoln Memorial and More! A nice piece for any collector.


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    Abraham Lincoln Bust – Gettysburg Address

    $8.95

    Abraham Lincoln - 16th President bust. This item is approximately 6 1/2" high. On the back it has the fist lines from the famous Gettysburg Address and the date November


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    Abe Lincoln’s Beard

    $5.95

    Dress up like Abraham Lincoln!


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    Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address

    $4.95

    Replica of Lincoln's famous Gettysburg Address on parchment paper.


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    Abraham Lincoln Quill & Ink Set With Medallion

    $12.95

    Quill & Ink Set includes a copy of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address!


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    Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address Collector’s Coin

    $5.95

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    Collector's coin commemorating the the 150th Anniversary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.


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    GETTYSBURG REMEMBERS PRESIDENT LINCOLN: EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS OF NOVEMBER 1863. Paperback – January 1, 2005 by Linda Gilbertson Black (Author)

    $8.95

    President Abraham Lincoln visited Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to deliver a brief speech at the dedication of the new Soldier's National Cemetery.  Many local residents left interesting eyewitness accounts of Lincoln's visit.