Framed Cover -sent To Soldier Of The 79th Ohio Infrantry At Gallatin, Tennessee


Framed Cover -sent To Soldier Of The 79th Ohio Infrantry At Gallatin, Tennessee

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Framed Cover -sent To Soldier Of The 79th Ohio Infrantry At Gallatin, Tennessee:
$57


CIVIL WAR COVERmailed to GALLATIN, TENNESSEE

Up for sale is this ORIGINAL Civil Warcover that was mailed to CLASON MILLER of COMPANY "I", of the 79th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INFRANTRY in GALLATIN, TENNESSEE.As SCAN # 4 SHOWS: This cover was postmarked from PLEASANT RIDGE, OHIO in the month of December. Interesting note: On the cover's front ( lower left ) the sender wrote, " TO FOLLOW THE REGIMENT ". If more photos are needed, please send me a request. Cover is GUARANTEED to be 100% genuine or your money back. Frame measures 11 by 13 inches. Frame is old , but not period Civil War age. I prepared the display and will stand by it quality.

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Framed Cover -sent To Soldier Of The 79th Ohio Infrantry At Gallatin, Tennessee:
$57

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