"Deep Spring Whiskey" Metal Sign
Mounted on Traveller, General Robert E. Lee salutes his
many supporters while a nurse gives a wounded soldier a swig
of whiskey to numb the pain of his leg injury. Made of
24-gauge steel, this reproduction of a Deep Spring Whiskey
advertisement measures 12½"x 16" and includes mounting
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Mort Künstler. Display your love of Civil War
history with this beautiful sandstone ornament
depicting Robert E. Lee, "Stonewall" Jackson, Jeb
Stuart and James Longstreet reviewing "Rooney" Lee's
cavalry regiment at Moss Neck Mansion in
Fredericksburg, Virginia, on January 20, 1863.
Measures 3¼" in diameter; includes an attached
ribbon and a hanger.
Robert E. Lee Pocket Watch
Keep track of time in style
with this classic pocket watch! Featuring a
gold-tone finish, chain with fob, quartz movement,
profile of Confederate General Robert E. Lee (on the
outer shell and inside face), and gift box, this
watch recalls the elegance of an era.
Robert E. Lee Bobblehead
Bearing the likeness of "Marble Man" Gen. Robert
E. Lee, commander of the Army of Northern Virginia,
this hand painted bobblehead is crafted of high
quality resin, measures 8½" tall, and arrives in a
colorful collector's box.
CSS Virginia Display Model
The first steam-powered ironclad vessel in the
Confederate Navy, the CSS Virginia - which was
constructed from the charred, yet salvageable
remains of the USS Merrimack - fought the USS
Monitor at the Battle of Hampton Roads on March 9,
A beautiful, museum quality replica of the
Virginia as she appeared during that naval battle,
this 1/96 scale, wooden model features finely
textured surfaces, including rivets and individual
plates carved into the hull; metal rails, cleats,
and vent grates; brass cannons and a brass propeller
with an adjustable rudder; metal anchors and chains;
lifeboats; and more. Hand-painted, it arrives ready
to display on the included wooden display base with
a metal nameplate. 34" Long x 7" Wide x 9" High.
The Last Meeting Banner Flag
Depicting "The Last Meeting,"
a historic painting by Everett B.D. Julio completed
in 1869, this banner flag shows Gen. Robert E. Lee
and Lt. Gen. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson meeting
before the Battle of Chancellorsville in May 1863 -
the battle where Jackson was wounded and later died.
1925-P Stone Mountain Commemorative Half Dollar
First minted in Philadelphia
on January 21, 1925, the Stone Mountain
commemorative half dollar was issued to fund the
carving of Confederate leaders and soldiers on Stone
Mountain in Georgia. Made of 90% silver, this
authentic, lightly circulated-condition coin
features Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas
"Stonewall" Jackson on horseback on the obverse and,
on the reverse, a majestic bald eagle. 1¼" diameter.
Union and Confederate Military Leaders Playing Cards
Learn about Civil War leaders while playing your
favorite card game! A different image is shown on
Although caught by surprise,
Union forces held off Confederate attacks during the
two-day battle at Shiloh - one of the bloodiest
conflicts of the war - until Federal reinforcements
arrived and forced Confederate troops to retreat.
This ultraweave coverlet commemorating that infamous
battle measures a generous 48"x 60".