Civil War Invitation From Sec. Of Navy Gideon Welles & Mrs. Welles
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Civil War Invitation From Sec. Of Navy Gideon Welles & Mrs. Welles:
response is a huge issue for sellers. The new rules of make the detailed response (the stars) as important as whether the response is positive or not. By giving a seller 1 or 2 stars you may cause him/her additional expenses on fees of hundreds of dollars a month for a long period of time. Please contact me before leaving a less than perfect response to discuss any problem. In fairness to all interested buyers PLEASE DO NOT ASK ME TO END THIS sale EARLY OFFERED HERE An ORIGINAL, NOT A COPY, NOR REPRODUCTION, low starting price, sale for a circa 1864 American Civil War PRINTED INVITATION from 'THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY AND MRS. WELLES, At Home,' giving the date and time. A neat personal item from GIDEON WELLES. Gideon Welles (July 1, 1802 â€“ February 11, 1878) was the United States Secretary of the Navy from 1861 to 1869. His buildup of the Navy to successfully execute blockades of Southern ports was a key component of Northern victory of the Civil War. Welles was also instrumental in the Navy's creation of the Medal of Honor. Measures approximately 4 1/2 X 2 3/4 inches. YOU CAN ENLARGE THE IMAGE BY HOLDING DOWN THE CONTROL BUTTON ON THE BOTTOM LEFT AND THEN HITTING THE + BUTTON ON THE TOP RIGHT NEXT TO THE BACKSPACE BAR.PAYMENT & MAILING
I expect all items will be paid for within 5 days of the end of the sale. If you need more time to pay DO PLEASE CONTACT ME. I now offer one day shipping. I AM HAPPY TO COMBINE DOWN MAILING COSTS FOR ALL ITEMS LISTED WITH A SEVEN (7) DAY, ONE WEEK, PERIOD for State side buyers. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE wait for invoice before paying to receive a slight reduction in mailing cost for multiple purchases.offer WITH CONFIDENCE
All autographs and historical paper that I sell are MONEY BACK GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC. I DO NOT SELL COPIES. I have collected historical autographs, books and ephemera since I was a kid in the late 1950's and have had this original CIVIL WAR PERIOD INVITATION in my own collection for a long long time! >