SOLD! for $224.00.
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Group of four (4) Civil War related items (7 pcs total) including items of Nashville interest. Includes 1 letter signed by John I. Morris, Capt. 20th Ind Battery, on stationery with printed headline "Headquarters 1st Division, 4th Army Corps, Department of the Cumberland," dated May 27, 1865, Camp Harker (Nashville) to Brevet Colonel Smith 96th Illinois Inf. Vols, transmitting to Smith muster in rolls, discharges and orders of two soldiers, Garrett Luke and Robert __?. The 8" x 10" letter is in very good condition with light toning at edges and fold lines. Also includes 4 bullets/fragments found in the Nashville battlefield area; 1 possibly Confederate bayonet stamped F. Preston Manchester, B46 beneath crown and "T" at end (no further numbers found), 17 1/4" blade with 3" socket, mottled gray finish; and 1 reproduction Kurz and Allison "Battle of Nashville" offset print, 18" x 24" framed (overall toning). CONDITION: See item description.