The Confederate Generals of the Civil War deck is a facsimile production of playing cards originally published in 1863 by M. Nelson, New York. Each card features an engraved portrait of a general or statesman of the Confederacy. Jokers were not included in the original deck, but this reproduction includes two extra cards that bear a list of the names and dates of birth and death of each figure appearing in the deck. The spellings of the names or the names themselves may differ from those on the cards, due to errors in the original deck.
Historically accurate replica card backs from actual 1863 playing cards highlight this Confederate-themed poker deck. The back design includes the Great Seal of the Confederacy, along with an image of George Washington on horseback and the words Deo Vindice"God Will Vindicate." 55 Poker-size cards 2.5" x 3.5" packed in tuckbox Modern card faces, including 3 jokers, suitable for most card games. An original 1863 set can be seen in the Museum of the Confederacy's current Between the Battles exhibit.
The incredible artwork of Mort Kunstler is featured in a special montage on the face side of each card in this regular playing deck. Seven different C.S.A. images feature the soldiers and great generals of the Confederacy including Lee, Jackson, Longstreet and Armistead
Diminutive doll dressed in ballroom finery long to reside in a petite palace amongst the miniatures. Ideally suited for youthful imaginations - for playful gals aged five through ninety-five years young. Measures 6.5 x 4.25. Sold separately - select doll from menu below.
Our high quality plush Museum of the Confederacy Honor Bear stands 9 tall, with the Museum of the Confederacy logo embroidered on front and the Bonnie Blue Flag on back, with sport leather feet. Truly, a one-of-a-kind bear.
A centuries old game also called dibs and jackstones. The pewter jacks are a mid-nineteenth century update to this timeless children's game. The wooden ball was used in earlier versions. Set comes in a leather pouch. Made in U.S.A
Opponents send gaily beribboned hoops whirling towards each other to be caught on the tips of slender wands in this exciting and elegant sport. The Game of Graces was considered both proper and beneficial exercise for young ladies in the early 1800s and it was proper as well for boys to play it among themselves. Natural wooden hoops and wands. Contains colored ribbons for decoration and instructions on how to play. Hoops are approx. 10 in diameter and wands are approx. 22.5 long.