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General Lloyd Tilghman Clip Signature
Item #: FDR15-037
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Here is a hard to get signature from one of the great General’s from Kentucky, General Lloyd Tilghman. The signature is correct, as I own a document with his signature, and in period ink. Its on a piece of paper measuring approximately 2 inches long by 1 inch wide and is mostly likely from a document during the Fort Henry – Donelson campaign.


Fighting valiantly to the end at Fort Henry, firing and manning a gun himself as Foote’s gunboats lay siege to water logged fort, going to prison camp, being paroled just in time to fight again, to the last, where he would be killed at the battle of Champion’s Hill in 1863. There is also a COA from the previous collector that will be included.

Shipping Weight: 0.5 lb
 $450.00 USD

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