Confederate Civil War 3rd North Carolina Cavalry Soldiers Letter


Confederate Civil War 3rd North Carolina Cavalry Soldiers Letter

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Confederate Civil War 3rd North Carolina Cavalry Soldiers Letter:
$90


Up for offer is a nice original civil war letter written by Confederate soldier T.J. Dark from Dinwiddie Courthouse, Virginia on 3/13/1865 while serving in the 3rd North Carolina Cavalry. The letter has decent content including the mention that he heard Sherman is near Fayetteville. The 1 page letter measures 7.25 X 7.75 inches. The letter is in decent shape considering the age with some period folds and age foxing/wear and some very small tears at the fold lines. Guaranteed authentic in every regard.

Thanks for looking and please be sure to view my other items for additional Militaria including some neat civil war lots including some original Confederate letters from some great units. Thanks

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Confederate Civil War 3rd North Carolina Cavalry Soldiers Letter:
$90

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