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The Civil War
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RARE MICHIGAN SUTLER SCRIPT UNLISTED IN KELLER

3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY, Operations at New Madrid, Corinth, Iuka, Holly Springs, Arkansas Campaigns, operations against Mobile and occupation, Fort Blakeley, Spanish Fort, escorted General Canby to the surrender of Dick Taylor's western army, border duty along the Rio Grande in Texas just postwar, mustered out at Jackson, Michigan March 1866.

9200 - 3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY SUTLER SCRIPT, M. B. BREITENBACH SUTLER, 4" X 6", pre-printed, authorization for the Regimental paymaster to deduct funds from a named soldier's pay at muster out point [Jackson, Mich], March '66. Unlisted in Keller. Very fine.............................................$95.00

9201 - 3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY SUTLER SCRIPT, WAY AND STEVENS SUTLER, 4" X 6", pre-printed, authorization for the Regimental paymaster to deduct funds from a named soldier's pay at muster out point [Jackson, Mich.], March '65 [misdated should by '66 when mustered out. Only one in stock, unlisted in Keller. Very fine................................$125.00

9202 - 3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY SUTLER SCRIPT, WAY AND STEVENS SUTLER, 4" X 6", pre-printed authorization for the Regimental paymaster to deduct funds from a named soldier's pay at muster out point [Jackson, Mich.], Unlisted in Keller. Manuscript forms were used in the absence of the printed forms. Very fine.....................................................$95.00

9203 - 3RD MICHIGAN CAVALRY SUTLER SCRIPT, W. R. & S. C. REYNOLDS SUTLERS, 3" X 5", 3/66, manuscript Sutler Script acknowledging the debt to the above Sutler that was deducted from his pay at the muster out point [Jackson, Mich.]. Unlisted in Keller. Manuscript forms were used in the absence of the printed forms, very fine.................$95.00

9203A - 7TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY SUTLER SCRIPT, WAY AND STEVENS, 3.75" X 7.5", Jackson, Michigan, Sutler script by the soldier authorizing the soldier to allow the paymaster to deduct pay to pay the Sutler WAY AND STEVENS. The 7th Michigan Cavalry was in the Michigan Brigade commanded by General George A. Custer. It saw extensive service at Gettysburg, Yellow Tavern, Kilpatrick's Raid, the Rapidan and the Shenandoah Campaigns and finally at Appomattox. Before it was disbanded in December 1865, it fought in Indians Campaigns. Issued December 1865. Fine, extremely rare.....................................................$150.00

10TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY, served extensively in the Tennessee theater chasing Morgan and Wheeler's cavalry. On the 4th of September 1864, the regiment participated in the surprising and routing of Gen. John H. Morgan's force at Greenville. In this engagement, Gen. Morgan was killed and a large number of his men captured, among whom were Morgan's staff. On the 30th of September, the regiment assisted in driving the enemy from their position at Carter's Station. During this month it was constantly engaged in scouting and pursuing the forces of Morgan and Wheeler. In October, it was employed in picket and in scouting. The regiment later served at Knoxville and in Stoneman's Raid into SW Virginia. Mustered out in November 1865.

9204 - 10TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY, SUTLER SCRIPT, SUTLER B. F. FARRINGTON, 4" X 6" pre-printed paymaster authorization to deduct funds owed the Sutler from the named soldier's pay. B. F. Farrington is written in manuscript over the printed name of H. K. Dickerson. The paymaster form is docketed on the back by the soldier attesting to the correct amount owed to the Sutler and that he was treated fairly. November 1865 at the muster out point Jackson, Mich. Very fine, unlisted in Keller...............................................$125.00

9205 - 10TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY, SUTLER SCRIPT, SUTLER H. K. DICKERSON, 4" X 6" pre-printed paymaster authorization to deduct funds owed the Sutler from the named soldier's pay. The paymaster form is docketed on the back by the soldier attesting to the correct amount owed to the Sutler and that he was treated fairly. November 1865 at the muster out point Jackson, Mich. Very fine, rust colored print, unlisted in Keller.....................................$95.00

9206 - 10TH MICHIGAN CAVALRY, SUTLER SCRIPT, SUTLER H. K. DICKERSON, 4" X 6" pre-printed paymaster authorization to deduct funds owed the Sutler from the named soldier's pay. The paymaster form is docketed on the back by the soldier attesting to the correct amount owed to the Sutler and that he was treated fairly. November 1865 at the muster out point Jackson, Mich. Very fine, black colored print, scarce variety, unlisted in Keller......................................................................$125.00

9207 - 11TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY, SUTLER H. K. DICKERSON, 4" X 7.5", Sutler H. K. Dickerson, Jackson, Michigan, September 1865. Sutler script authorizing the paymaster to pay the name Sutler, black imprint, unlisted in Keller, very fine. The 11th Michigan Infantry was assigned to front-line combat duty in the Army of the Cumberland in the Western Theater and participated in most of its leading battles and campaigns, including the Chattanooga Campaign and the 1864 Atlanta Campaign. This Sutler script was issued at the final settlement when the regiment was disbanded at Jackson, Michigan in September 1865. Some light stains...............................................................$95.00

9208 - 12TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY, SUTLER SCRIPT, M. B. BREITENBACH, 4" X 7.5", March 1866, Jackson, Michigan, black imprint. Unlisted in Keller. The unit fought at Shiloh, Corinth, Vicksburg, Arkansas Campaigns. Mustered out 2/66. A very scarce regiment.......................................................$95.00

9209 - 12TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY, SUTLER SCRIPT, M. B. BREITENBACH, 4" X 7.5", March 1866, Jackson, Michigan, blue imprint. Unlisted in Keller. The unit fought at Shiloh, Corinth, Vicksburg, Arkansas Campaigns. Mustered out 2/66. A very scarce regiment..............................................$95.00


72011 - 11TH MICHIGAN VOLUNTEERS, SUTLER SCRIPT, April 1865. Payable to Sutler C.E. NEWHALL of the 11th Michigan Infantry. Very fine...................................$100.00

72012 - 29TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY, SUTLER SCRIPT, 1865, Detroit Barracks. Sutler JOHN WHITING of the 29th Michigan Infantry. Very fine..................................$100.00

72013 - 29TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY, SUTLER SCRIPT, 1865. Sutler M.S. WILLIAMSON of the 29th Michigan, Camp Anderson owed by a DRUMMER to the Sutler. Scarcer than the above variety...................................$125.00

72014 - 74TH INDIANA INFANTRY, SUTLER SCRIPT, January 1865. E.G. NEWHALL of the 74th Indiana, Chattanooga, TN. Large attractive script. Very fine............................$125.00


Civil War Sutler Script

60-476  8TH MAINE REGIMENT, CHARLES H. FRENCH, Sutler script pre-printed and filled out for $3.00 due the Sutler by Samuel Allen, Sept. 1864. Company G, vignette of soldier and tent, very fine, very scarce...........................$250.00

60-486  89TH RGT. OHIO VOLUNTEEERS, WILLIAM COPER SUTLER, April 1862, $2.00 issued script, fine; getting scarce.....................$115.00

60-487  6TH OHIO VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, Pre-printed and not issued. E. Kelsey Sutler fought in all the western major battles including Corinth, Shiloh, and Chickamauga. Crisp, uncirculated. Have seen these sell for $80+, Special!!.................$39.00




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