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Wild Bill Hickok Autograph
One of the highest dollar autographs in the autograph collecting field isn’t a U.S. President, but a Wild West hero, Wild Bill Hickok. A Wild Bill Hickok autograph is a very scarce autograph.
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31st Texas Civil War Letters of Texas Cavalry 60+ Letter Lot — Content From the Battles of Stirling’s Plantation, Mansura, Vidalia, Harrisonburg, Fort DeRussy & Bayou de Glaise — “…it was the intention for our forces to go on & conceal ourselves until they were attacked…we went on & found them camped in some negro quarters…There were about 22 killed & about one hundred wounded…We had to charge through open ground on the negro houses…” & “…the grape & shell fell thick around us…the enemy rolled in to the river so we had to fight them here with field artillery & small arms. They shelled us for about three hours during that time we fought them as we could get position…We had three men killed & some fifteen wounded several of them having died since & 3 or 4 houses burned…” & “…our Division was let out on the prairie in time of battle to support the batteries which then were pouring it into them in a line of a mile in length & them at us. They continued the fight with Artillery for three hours until their infantry began to advance on us…they out numbered us largely…Our men held the battle grounds & buried their dead but they had the best of the fight…” Sold for $27,500.
Receipt with itemized expenses incurred by Lt. Col. William Barret Travis for provisions he bought to arm and feed his Alamo soldiers. Receipt is signed by General John R. Jones, executor of Travis’ estate, listing 27 items for a total of $143 that Travis bought from January through March 1836, while under assault from the Mexican Army. It was in February 1836 that Travis wrote to his fellow Texans: ”I am besieged, by a thousand or more of the Mexicans under Santa Anna…The enemy is receiving reinforcements daily…I shall never surrender or retreat.” Addressed to the Republic of Texas, document reads: ”…the Estate Wm Barret Travis…1836 Jany 21st Paid for flour $5.00 / Tin ware 2.50 / Twine 1.00 / Leggins 3.00 & Spurs 2.00 / Flag 5.00 & Powder Flask 1.00…” continuing, ”…The foregoing is taken from the original entries in Col. Travis’ handwriting made in a small black morocco bound book with his name in it. The deceased Wm. Barret Travis has other claims for money expended horses &c while in the army as will appear by the books of the Quarter Master Jackson…” Jones notes the document was, ”…filed Dec. 18, 1837.” An endorsement by Francis Lubbock reads, ”Approved 21st Dec 1837, Francis R. Lubbock, Controller.” 2pp. document on a single sheet, measures 7.75” x 9.75”. Toning, circular stain to upper left corner and light show-through from writing on opposite side, else near fine condition. An incredible document honoring the heroism and self-sacrifice of the Alamo commander. Sold for $20,133.