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.

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

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