Framed Civil War Letters

In Commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War we are offering a series of reproductions of a collection of letters written during the course of the war by Mary & Philip Pringle, great-grandparents of Frank W. Wicks. The letters are the inspiration for his play Soldier, Come Home.  www.civilwarplay.com

The poster size reproductions are fine giclée prints, custom matted, and framed in cherry wood. They are available framed or unframed prints.

War For The Union: Civil War letter written by Martin Pringle, Jr. to his brother, Philip Pringle, on Union stationery with a figure of Lady Liberty “The War for the Union.” February 18,  1862   Fort Hamilton, New York. Dimensions: Print only: 16 x 26 1/8″ Framed: 19 3/4 x 32 3/4″

Eagle Drawing: Civil War letter written by Philip Pringle to his wife, Mary Pringle. Illustrated with pen and ink drawing of an eagle with the banner, “Liberty and Union by C.F. Barker”. April 10, 1864   Camp Copeland, Pennsylvania. Dimensions: Print only: 16  x 19 7/8″ Framed: 19 3/4 x 32 3/4″

Union Tree: Civil War letter written by Philip Pringle to his wife, Mary Pringle on Union stationery with the word, “UNION” and a tree on which are leaves with names of states. July 29, 1863   Camp How, Pennsylvania. Dimensions: Print only: 16 x 29 3/4 Framed: 19 3/4 x 32 3/4

Civil War Letters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Detail: Cherry Wood Frame Height: 3/4″ Width: 3/4″ Rabbet 1/2″

Please note, since each print is custom reproduced and custom framed all sales are final.

(Signature marks do not appear on the prints. Dimensions are in inches. Actual mat board color may vary on the screen).

Shipping will be calculated at check out. Orders are shipped using ground service via UPS. Prints and framed artwork generally require up to 7 business days to assemble and ship.

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