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This is an incredible, one of a kind piece that can only be offered here. This piece features a war-dated handwritten note and full signature clip AES of General John. F. Reynolds, signed as General commanding the Vols. General Reynolds was killed by a sniper on July 1st, 1863 on the first day of the battle of Gettysburg. This moment is captured in this beautiful print featured with the original document that depicts General Reynolds being struck by the snipers bullet as he commanded the left wing of the Army of the Potomac. This is a piece that pays impressive tribute to a true hero of the Civil War. This item is vibrant, beautiful, extremely rare and would be the centerpiece for any collector or history buff. Overall size of framed piece is 41 X 33.

The Art: This is a limited edition, hand signed and numbered print by the talented artist Bradley Schmehl. Titled “The Death of Reynolds” It captures the moment the famous General was killed leading the 2ndWisconsin of the famed Iron Brigade.

All comes beautifully and professionally custom framed, air tight, using only museum quality materials i.e. acid free mat board and backing, ultra-violet protection glass, etc. The frame is made with high quality, beautifully finished mahogany wood. Ready for your wall!

5 reynoldsThis item is 100% authentic and is pre-certified by one of the leading experts who authenticates for some of the top auction houses. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed, along with a lifetime guarantee of authenticity. Buy with complete confidence.

When buying these framed pieces, please keep in mind that you are not just purchasing the document and/or signature. You are buying an entire piece that has been well thought out to provide the best visual portrayal of the subject matter in the document. Much of this art is sold out and can be very expensive. I also use the best quality materials and mahogany wood to preserve the piece and 1 reynoldsmake it as attractive as possible. These pieces are one of a kind and cannot be found anywhere else and are made from the finest matrials. Please also note that these framed products also include shipping, which is very expensive due to their size and fragile nature. Costs for materials used for packing, handling and then actual shipping are all substantial. Thank you.

More about Reynolds:

July 1st, 1863 – 10 am. The Battle of Gettysburg has begun. General Henry Heth’s Division, of A. P. Hill’s corps, has marched toward Gettysburg from the west on the Cashtown Road, but has been prevented from entering the town by dismounted union cavalry led by General John Buford. Buford’s men are holding the line valiantly, anxiously awaiting the arrival of Union General John Reynolds’ I corps.

7 reynoldsBuford’s cavalry hold a line on McPherson’s Ridge, just west of Seminary Ridge. That portion of the line which extends into Herbst’s Woods (now McPherson’s Woods, shown here) is relieved by the 2nd Wisconsin of the famed Iron Brigade, who are personally led into battle by the aggressive General Reynolds himself. As they engage the Confederates of Archer’s Brigade, Reynolds, who has momentarily turned in his saddle to see if the regiments he is awaiting are coming up, takes a fatal bullet just behind his right ear. His orderly, Private Charles Veil and some members of the General’s staff carry his lifeless body from the field.

John Reynolds, a Pennsylvania native who gave distinguished service in the Mexican War as well as he War Between the States, fell in battle perhaps due to his own sense of modesty. President Lincoln had offered him command of the Army of the Potomac a few days earlier, but Reynolds demurred, stating that others, General George Meade among them, were more senior and better qualified than he. Had he accepted command, perhaps he would have survived the war.

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