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Replica Historical Documents

Perfect for framing and decorating with a historical twist at a low cost, these replicas of historical documents, from somber to patriotic to whimsical, will appeal to the amateur historians, Wild West fans and Civil War buffs among your customers. These historical document replicas are antiqued using a special 11-step process for an authentic look. They are shipped flat or in tubes, except for the currency and banknote sets, which come in a full-color envelope that is ready for retail display.




Historical document replicas include reproductions of the U.S. Declaration of Independence and Thomas Jefferson's rough draft of the declaration, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address and Gen. Robert E. Lee's farewell address, among others. The Portrait and Thoughts series honors great leaders such as Lincoln and Lee, presenting a formal portrait and some of their important quotes.

Fans of the Old West will appreciate the Wanted posters featuring famous outlaws such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the Dalton Brothers and Black Bart. Or get a laugh with the Rules of the Tavern ("Organ grinders to sleep in the wash house").

In addition to these replica documents, we also have replicas of newspaper accounts of historical and sensational events, such as the killing of John Dillinger or accounts of Civil War battles such as Chancellorsville or Fort Sumter. The replica of the extra edition of the Charleston Mercury announces in huge type that "The Union is Dissolved!" and the Civil War has begun.

Wild Bill Wholesale also has replica currency from the U.S. Revolutionary War era, the Confederacy and others. These replica notes are packaged in a color envelope with a clear window so they are ready for display and sale. These sets include various examples of historical currency issued by colonies and states in their era.