General Robert E Lee CSA Civil War Playing Cards Historic Military Single. VIEW MORE IN THE STORE! CONDITION : (Subjective) Light surface soiling / Light edge wear / Light Surface Wear / Aged Patina / Highly Acceptable for it Extreme Rarity. CARD/QTY: 1 Single / Archival Case.
COA : Yes / SIZE : Poker. Suit Format: 3H Triplicate Design (Dougherty). Publisher: MORTIMER NELSON / Printed During the War / Museum Quality. TITLE: Confederate Generals / Labeled portrait / High Ranking Officers or Statesman & Senior military leaders. They were often former officers from the United States Army prior to the Civil War, while others were given the rank based on merit or when necessity demanded.This is a true piece of card history as each Civil War artifact does tell a story and also proves that owning such a magnificent Confederate card is truly remarkable! Gorgeous spectacular example is one reason to own such a piece that's rich in history. BEGIN A NEW JOURNEY AND EMBARK ON A PERSONAL AND PRIVATE COLLECTION THAT WILL GROW ELEGANTLY INTO YOUR VERY OWN PRESTIGIOUS MUSEUM QUALITY DISPLAY OF TRUE CARD MAKING HISTORY! On February 28, 1861, the Provisional Confederate Congress established a provisional volunteer army and gave control over military operations and authority for mustering state forces and volunteers to the newly chosen Confederate president, Jefferson Davis. Davis was a graduate of the U. Military Academy, and colonel of a volunteer regiment during the Mexican-American War. He had also been a United States Senator from Mississippi and U. Secretary of War under President Franklin Pierce. On March 1, 1861, on behalf of the Confederate government, Davis assumed control of the military situation at Charleston, South Carolina, where South Carolina state militia besieged Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor, held by a small U. By March 1861, the Provisional Confederate Congress expanded the provisional forces and established a more permanent Confederate States Army. Your historic artifact will be delivered in this archival 1/2 inch lucite protective case. Please subscribe in our newsletter to the greatest card store as we are adding daily and offering huge weekly discounts to subscribed Ebayers!
Collecting playing cards can be a very rewarding hobby. There is the excitement of the hunt for new historic Singles, whether through collectors' meetings, internet auctions or at shows and even flea markets where every new table may unfold the unexpected treasure. Even better, there is the enjoyment of fellow collectors, some of the most interesting people in the world!Many weapons were used in the The Civil War from knives to swords along with a variety of firearms, including rifles, pistols, muskets, and repeating weapons. Also widely used was artillery including cannons. Some of the new weapon technologies used in the civil war include rifled gun barrels, the Minie ball and repeating rifles.
Cannons played a major role in the the civil war. Some of the cannon used by union and confederate forces include the 12 pound Howitzer, the 10 pound Parrot rifle, and the 3 inch ordnance rifle. Lean more about Civil War Cannon. Civil War Guns / Drums / Bugles. The civil war brought many advancements in gun technology, most notably the widespread use of rifled barrels.Popular rifles used in the civil war include the Springfield rifle, the Lorenz rifle, the Colt revolving rifle. Lean more about Civil War Guns. Civil War Swords and Sabers. Swords were still used widely in the civil war.
Popular swords include the Model 1832 Foot Artillery Sword, Model 1832 Dragoon Saber, Model 1840 Light Artillery Saber, and the Model 1840 Army Non-commissioned Officers' Sword. Learn more about Civil War Swords.
The Minié Ball (aka Minie Ball) was a type of bullet that was used throughout the Civil War. Designed to expand while traveling along the rifle barrel, it increased muzzle velocity as well as providing spin to the bullet, expanding its accuracy and range. This advance in weaponry, along with outdated military tactics devised in an era of older firearms, are often cited as a reason for the large numbers of casualties of the Civil War.
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The item "General Robert E Lee CSA Civil War Playing Cards Historic Military Single" is in sale since Saturday, May 16, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Other Civil War-Related Items".
The seller is "worldclassplayingcards" and is located in New Castle, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.