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Thread: WTS: Stationary, Undershirt, Mirror, Hardee & Oil Cloth

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    Default WTS: Stationary, Undershirt, Mirror, Hardee & Oil Cloth

    With an expected large bill to be paid the selloff continues. Everything is from high quality makers. Prices included shipping and paypal.

    7. Painted Oil Cloth with hand sewn grommets in each corner. Made by AKM Drygoods. Used a few times so it has some dirt but no holes or tears. Many years of life. $50

    8. Handsewn undershirt in WW&co osanburg made by Lamoreaux. Size 46-48. Very nice shirt. Never worn once! $75

    9. Officer Hardee hat made by Bender. Never worn at an event! Size is just under 23 as it is just snug on me. $100

    10. Goodyear Army Shaving Mirror. Some scratches on one side. Nice handy item and different than the wood ones everyone has. $20

    11. Stationary. Includes everything shown. 2-parchemnt paper, 2-envelopes, 1-pencil. Write home your significant other is awaiting a letter! $5

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    Respectfully,

    Jeremy Bevard
    Sally Port Mess
    Historic Fort Wayne Coalition
    Old Northwest Volunteers

    "If the men pursue the enemy as vigorously as they do the whores they will make very efficient soldiers."
    Charles B. Haydon, 2nd Michigan-May 6, 1861

    "The horse is dead, his bones beat to a fine powder, the powder used to make a fine biscuit, and the biscuit beaten back into a powder."
    John Wickett

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    7 pending funds
    9 and 10 sold
    Respectfully,

    Jeremy Bevard
    Sally Port Mess
    Historic Fort Wayne Coalition
    Old Northwest Volunteers

    "If the men pursue the enemy as vigorously as they do the whores they will make very efficient soldiers."
    Charles B. Haydon, 2nd Michigan-May 6, 1861

    "The horse is dead, his bones beat to a fine powder, the powder used to make a fine biscuit, and the biscuit beaten back into a powder."
    John Wickett

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    Still for sale

    11. Stationary. Includes everything shown. 2-parchemnt paper, 2-envelopes, 1-pencil. Write home your significant other is awaiting a letter! $5
    Respectfully,

    Jeremy Bevard
    Sally Port Mess
    Historic Fort Wayne Coalition
    Old Northwest Volunteers

    "If the men pursue the enemy as vigorously as they do the whores they will make very efficient soldiers."
    Charles B. Haydon, 2nd Michigan-May 6, 1861

    "The horse is dead, his bones beat to a fine powder, the powder used to make a fine biscuit, and the biscuit beaten back into a powder."
    John Wickett

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