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Confederate Maj. Roswell S. Ripley - Wallet

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Small Faux Leather Wallet
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About this product
Style: Small Faux Leather Wallet

Ready for customization with your photos or designs, this wallet is a compact and stylish addition to any purse or handbag. It features pockets for credit cards, IDs, and a soft faux leather finish that’s as durable as it’s beautiful.

  • Dimensions: 4.75"w x 3.75"l
  • Soft, leather-like exterior with magnetic snap closure
  • Bill pocket, five credit card pockets, and ID card window
Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 4.7" x 3.6". For best results please add 1/7" bleed.

This product is recommended for ages 13+.
WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.This product is NOT for kids.
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Confederate Maj. Roswell S. Ripley - Wallet
Rare antebellum portrait of Maj. Roswell S. Ripley, who posed for the photographer George S. Cook in his Charleston studio on January 24, 1861 -- even before having officially been issued his Confederate uniform. Originally born in Ohio, Ripley had retired from the U.S. Artillery to marry a wealthy South Carolina widow. After his adoptive State seceded from the Union and its militia occupied abandoned Fort Moultrie in late December 1860, Ripley had been commissioned as a Lieutenant-Colonel and put in command of this stronghold -- although he was still wearing civilian clothes a month later. Ripley would hold commands in several different theaters, rising to the rank of Confederate Brigadier General and surviving the war.
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