Our prints and postcards feature historical figures, Civil War-era works of art, and fascinating artifacts from our collection.

Stonewall Jackson CDV Postcard

Stonewall Jackson CDV Postcard

Lt. General Thomas J. Stonewall Jackson (1824-1863). Renowned for his tactical genius throughout the war, Jackson died on May 10, 1863 after losing his left arm at the Battle of Chancellorsville and developing pneumonia one week later. (From a carte-de-visite by Rose.) Postcard measures 4 x 6.

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1st and 3rd Florida Confederate Battle Flag Postcard

1st and 3rd Florida Battle Flag Postcard

1st & 3rd Florida Infantry (Combined). The unit carried this unique adaptation of the Army of Tennessee pattern battle flag after September 1864. From the Museum of the Confederacy Flag Collection. Postcard measures 4 x 6.

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Robert E. Lee Lenticular Postcard

Lee Lenticular Postcard

Lenticular postcard that shows Robert E. Lee, a Confederate flag, and the quote It is well that war is so terrible, Lest we should grow too fond of it. R. E. Lee depending on how you hold the postcard.

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Heroes of the Confederacy Lenticular Postcard

Lenticular postcard that shows Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, and Jefferson Davis, depending on how you hold the postcard. Confederate flag background.

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The Davis Children CDV Postcard

The Davis Children CDV Postcard

The Davis Children Pictured on front are four of the Davis children in a portrait taken shortly after the war. Pictured from left to right are Jefferson Davis, Jr. (Jeff 1857-1878), Margaret (Maggie 1855-1909), William (Billy 1861-1872) and Varina Anne (Winnie 1864-1898). The Davis had two other children, Samuel (1852-1854) and Joseph (1859-1864). It was Joseph who died during the war in April 1864 when he fell from the railing of the rear portico. (Photograph by Notman, 1865) Postcard measures 4 x 6.

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Any Fate But Submission Confederate Flag Postcard

Any Fate But Submission Flag Postcard

3rd Florida Infantry, Co. B, Florida Independent Blues This unique company flag was presented to the unit by the Ladies of St. Augustine, Florida in 1861. From the Museum of the Confederacy Flag Collection. Postcard measures 4 x 6.

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Gods And Generals by Mort Kunstler - Civil War Print

Gods And Generals Print

“Gods and Generals” portrays Lee and his Lieutenants planning the strategy that lead to the Antietam Campaign. The Council of War took place in Leesburg, VA on September a5, 1862.Matted print with brass plate.  Size with matte is 16" x 20". Actual print size is 11" x 14".  By Mort Kunstler.

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A Fleeting Moment by Mort Kunstler - Civil War Print

A Fleeting Moment Print

Feb. 1, 1862 in Winchester, Virginia, General "Stonewall" Jackson and his wife, Mary Anna Morrison Jackson, spend a "Fleeting Moment" together.  Matted print with brass plate.  Size with matte is 16" x 20". Actual print size is 11" x 14".  By Mort Kunstler.

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Monitor vs. Virginia by Mort Kunstler - Civil War Print

Monitor vs. Virginia Print

This print shows the shows the engagement between the USS Monitor and the CSS Virginia at Hampton Roads, VA on March 9, 1862.Matted print with brass plate. Size with matte is 16" x 20". Actual print size is 11" x 14".  By Mort Kunstler.

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Magnolia Morning by Mort Kunstler - Civil War Print

Magnolia Morning Print

“Magnolia Morning” presents a morning of high hopes for the South at Arlington Plantation in Providence, LA on the morning of April 7, 1861, after a gala Secession Ball.Matted print with brass plate. Size with matte is 16" x 20". Actual print size is 11" x 14".  By Mort Kunstler.

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