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Confederate States of America Constitution
The valuable Confederate States of America Constitution has 29 broadsheets and was produced in Montgomery, Alabama on February 10, 1861. In the last 15 years, two copies of the Confederate States of America Constitution have gone to auction.
In 2003, a Confederate States of America Constitution sold for over $220,000
In 2011, a Confederate States of America Constitution sold for $60,000
Here at Nate D. Sanders Auctions, we can obtain up to those prices for you or more and offer you 0% commission; the best rate in the business. Please email Nate@NateDSanders.com.
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We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions have sold over $1 million worth of Civil War letters and related ephemera. Here is one example:
Robert E. Lee autograph letter signed to B.H. Wright on 18 January 1869. Lee responds to a letter from Wright who, in hindsight, criticizes the Confederate Civil War strategy for the most famous battles including Gettysburg and Fredericksburg; letter from Wright included. Excerpt from Lee: “this failure of the Confederate army at Gettysburg was owing to a combination of circumstances but for which success might have been reasonably expected. It…seemed that Genl Burnside had good reasons for his move…to Fredericksburg & as far as I was able to judge the earlier arrival of his troops…would not have materially changed the result…all would only have produced an earlier concentration of the Confederate army at Fredericksburg. As regards Gen McClellan I have always entertained a high opinion of his capacity & have no reason to think that he omitted to do anything that was in his power. It is difficult for me to say what success would have attended the execution of your plan of moving the Federal army to Aquia Creek after its attack of Fredericksburg, & of threatening Richmond…& then entering the Rapahannock with the Main army. I do not think that the Confederate army would have retired to Richmond until the movement developed the necesity. After the accomplishment of an event, it is so easy with the aid of our after knowledge to correct moves that are from previous events…” Runs 2pp., 7″x 9″. The historic marvel is accompanied by Wright’s previous letter to Lee. In good condition. A true gem. Sold for $32,500.