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EXTREMELY RARE SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VA CIVIL WAR I
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EXTREMELY RARE SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VA CIVIL WAR IMPRINT, "By-Laws and Regulations of the Muhlenburg Riflemen, Woodstock, VA. Adopted January 12, 1861"" Printed at the Tenth Legion Office, Woodstock, VA. Eight pages plus paper wraps, signed on front cover by William H. Bargelt of Woodstock. Along with a March 11, 1864 CSA Depositary receipt to Bargelt from Harrisonburg and an 1861 $20 Virginia Treasury Note associated by ownership. Three pieces total. 1861. 4 3/4" x 3".

Provenance: From a Shenandoah Valley private collection.
Catalogue Note: We could locate no other copies of this pamphlet. William H. Bargelt (1828-1894) was a member of the Muhlenburg Rifles. The military company was organized and equipped in Woodstock in 1859 and responded to the "call to arms" on April 17, 1861. They reported for duty at Harper's Ferry and were assigned to the 10th Regiment, Virginia Volunteer Infantry, commanded by Col. S. B. Gibbons. William Bargelt enlisted on September 1, 1861 and was detailed as a musician; he was discharged due to age on August 8, 1862. Later that year he re-enlisted in Co. B, 7th Virginia Cavalry Band. He is buried in the Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
Condition
Pamphlet is complete with edge folds and chipping, none causing loss to the text, front wrap loose, holes in back wrap and spine-edge of last page. Receipt in good condition with expected folds. Note in fair condition with small holes and losses.
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EXTREMELY RARE SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VA CIVIL WAR I

Estimate $1,000 - $1,500
Jun 25, 2011
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Starting Price $500
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Est. $1,000 - $1,500Starting Price $500
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Jun 25, 2011 9:30 AM EDT
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EXTREMELY RARE SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VA CIVIL WAR IMPRINT, "By-Laws and Regulations of the Muhlenburg Riflemen, Woodstock, VA. Adopted January 12, 1861"" Printed at the Tenth Legion Office, Woodstock, VA. Eight pages plus paper wraps, signed on front cover by William H. Bargelt of Woodstock. Along with a March 11, 1864 CSA Depositary receipt to Bargelt from Harrisonburg and an 1861 $20 Virginia Treasury Note associated by ownership. Three pieces total. 1861. 4 3/4" x 3".

Provenance: From a Shenandoah Valley private collection.
Catalogue Note: We could locate no other copies of this pamphlet. William H. Bargelt (1828-1894) was a member of the Muhlenburg Rifles. The military company was organized and equipped in Woodstock in 1859 and responded to the "call to arms" on April 17, 1861. They reported for duty at Harper's Ferry and were assigned to the 10th Regiment, Virginia Volunteer Infantry, commanded by Col. S. B. Gibbons. William Bargelt enlisted on September 1, 1861 and was detailed as a musician; he was discharged due to age on August 8, 1862. Later that year he re-enlisted in Co. B, 7th Virginia Cavalry Band. He is buried in the Massanutten Cemetery in Woodstock.
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Pamphlet is complete with edge folds and chipping, none causing loss to the text, front wrap loose, holes in back wrap and spine-edge of last page. Receipt in good condition with expected folds. Note in fair condition with small holes and losses.

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