On June 22, 1876 Custer and his regiment located a large Indian encampment in a valley near Little Big Horn which contained fractions of Indians from various tribes which included Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho. While an exact number of Indians is not known participants in the battle estimate between 2500 to 5000 Indians were present. Custer divided his command into three groups which consisted of approximately 700 men. As the battle ensued Custer along with 274 solders were killed and 55 wounded. After the battle the public response varied in the immediate aftermath and Custer's widow Libbie Custer worked to protect her husbands reputation and during the following decades Custer and his troops came to be considered iconic and heroic figures in American history.
The autograph is signed on a page [most likely removed from a document or letter] and is addressed as follows,''Headquarters of the 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division Cavalry Corps, Sept 11th 1863 Approved & Respectfully forwarded - G. Custer, Brig Gen'l Cavalry'' in black dip pen.The page measures 3.50 x 2.00 inches, it has trivial wear/toning otherwise it is in fine condition. The autograph and inscription are bold, easily read and displays wonderfully.
The autograph has been authenticated by JSA Authentication Services and will be accompanied with the above Letter of Authenticity. The display is stunning and is centered around a striking colorized Civil War era formal military image [8.00 x 10.00 inches] of General George Custer.Mounted below the photograph is the autograph as described above and mounted on both sides of the autograph is a pair of two star general's U. These are high quality reproductions which measure 3.50 x 1.75 inches. Mounted below is a professionally engrave metal plaque which reads as follows,''George Armstrong Custer December 5, 1839 - June 25, 1876. George Armstrong Custer died at the Battle of Little Big Horn, after being shot twice on 25 June 1876. He was born and raised in Monroe, Michigan. His first battle was the Civil War's first Battle of Bull Run. Later, he was involved in the Indian wars where he was to meet his death''. Mounted on both sides of the plaque is a pair [reproduction] of United States Army Cavalry Crossed Sabers. The display has been professionally assembled and triple matted in all acid free materials with great attention to detail as follows.
The outer matte is a blue linen which has been accented with a black and a gold inner matte. The display has been completed in a quality ornate gold wood frame to the dimensions of 27.00 x 20.00 inches.
The display is stunning, museum quality, the autograph is authenticated, Civil War dated''1863'', a bold signature with command and rank added. It is a outstanding example of this famous and historically noted United States Army commander. We have listed a collection of military, aviation and political autographs. The following is a sample of our inventory, Harry Houdini, Marilyn Monroe, George Custer, Elvis Presley, U. Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, James Garfield, James Monroe, Erwin Rommel, Robert Oppenheimer, Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Ernest Hemingway, Abner Doubleday, Auguste Bartholdi, Buffalo Bill Cody, Walt Whitman, Charles Dickens, Margaret Mitchell, Thomas Edison, Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, Alexander Graham Bell, Laurel & Hardy, Charlie Chaplin, George Patton, Gutzon Borglum, Samuel F.Morse, Brigham Young, Wernher von Braun, Lon Chaney Jr, P. Barnum, Apollo Astronaut crews, and many more. Our policy is simple, all our autographs are researched and guaranteed authentic with''No'' time limits. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. The item "George Custer Civil War 1863 Dated HQ Autograph Framed Display JSA Authenticated" is in sale since Monday, October 12, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Autographs\Military".
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