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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 12/11/2022
This set of battlefield orders has been signed by two of the Confederacy’s top commanders: General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson and General A.P. Hill. The document is handwritten in black fountain pen and dated over several days in early November 1862. Stonewall Jackson would be killed five months later in the Battle of Chancellorsville, making his signature one of the scarcest of Civil War generals. The single page of lined paper shows great use from being passed up through the chain of command during wartime. The page shows several creases from folding and the black ink has aged to a warm sepia. The signed sheet has been professionally matted and framed along with portraits of Jackson and Hill, making a very attractive display. The piece comes with a PSA/DNA LOA.
1863 Stonewall Jackson & A.P. Hill Multi-Signed Battlefield Documents Display - PSA/DNA LOA
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