I have hundreds of Union General's clipped Signatures, please send
your want list.  Some examples are; Nelson Miles, Henry Hunt, Stephen
Hurlbut,John B McIntosh, Lysander Cutler, Charles Graham,  Carl
Schurz, Joseph Bartlett, Solomon Meredith, Hiram Burnham,  among
many others.
Clipped Signature from a Union Document of Alexander Hays of the Union Army
II corps who was killed in the Wilderness.  Famous for dragging Confederate
flags behind his horse after the repulse of Picketts Charge at Gettysburg.
Clipped Signature from a Document of Union General Gershom Mott from New
Scarce War Date Clip from a Union Document of General Alfred Terry.  Colonel
of the 10th Connecticut Vols, Commander of the 10th Corps at Fort Fisher and
leader of the Little Big Horn Expedition who Custer served under.  Signed Alfred
H Terry Brig Genl, 1st Div 10 AC".  Clip is 4 by 1 inch, on a larger mount that
extends to the left.
Clipped signature from a Civil War document of George W Gordon General
from Massachusetts.  West Point class of 1846, served in the Mexican War,
Colonel of the 2nd Mass Vols, fought in the Valley under Banks, at Antietam,  
and Folly Isand SC.
Clipped signature of Union General Halbert E Paine of Wisconsin.
Clipped Signature of future Admiral George Dewey of Manila Bay Fame. (11/13)
Clipped signature from a Union Document of V Corps Staff Officer Bvt Brigadier
General Frederick Locke.
Clipped Signature of Iron Brigade 6th Wisconson Commander Lysander Cutler.
Signed Card of famous Indian Fighter and Civil War Medal of Honor winning
General Nelson A Miles.  
Early war clipped signature of future General Charles Griffin of the V Corps.  
Fought at Bull Run on Henry Hill till wounded.  Later commanded the V Corps at
Five Forks.  Scarce. (TG 2/12/)
Clipped signature from a Civil War document of Provost Marshal General
James B Fry.
1/3 of a Union Document with Autograph of General Nathan Kimball on it.  On
Verso several staff officers forward the document.
Clipped signature of Union General and Author of Ben Hur Lew Wallace.  
Fought at Shiloh where he helped relieve Grant when under Pressure and
Monacacy where his troops prevented Early from getting to Washington before
it was prepared.  (11/13)
Fascinating War Date letter and CDV sent by "Old Fuss and Feathers" Winfield
Scott to a freind from one of his favorite Restaurants Delmonico's in NYC.  
Dated 4/28/64 talks about sending a photo to be engraved from and will send
another for his book.  Four page ALS in Scott's hand.
Clipped from a Document headed "Head Quarters 1st Division 5th Army Corps
Oct 23 64,  respectfully forwarded recommended  Charles Griffin Brig Gen'sl
Comdg"  DS of Griffin, a Battery commander at Bull Run, Brigade, Division and
Corps Command of the V Corps Army of the Potomac.  Roughly 4 x 4 in.  
Rare General Gabrial Paul War Date ALS.  titled HQ of 1st Brigade, 1st Division
1st AC, near Belle Plaine Va, Jan 8, 1862.  General Order No 4....(he talks
about change of command and how well tried the regiments of the this brigade
are) and signs it G R Paul Brig Gen'l Vols Comdg.  This is his autographe
before he lost both eyes at the battle of Gettysburg in July of 1863.
General Gabrial Paul DS 12/2/65 post losing his eyes at Gettysburg.  "General I
have the honor to present for the favorable consideration of the Board of
Officers the name of Col Jacob B Hardenburgh as that of the gentleman well
qualified to fill one of the vacancies now existing in the US Army.  He has served
during the whole war in the grades of Adjutant, Major, Lt Colonel and Col.  The
first grades under my command in the 20th NY State Militia and I had frequent
opportunities of noticeing him.  I am  yours very respectfully your obd servant,
signed G R Paul Brig Gen'l US Vols.  Note how the signature slants now that the
General can no longer see.  Rare.
Large clip signature of Former General Edward Bragg, Colonel of the 6th
Wisconsin Iron Brigade and General in the Army of the Potomac signed as
"Very truly yours Edw S Bragg Wis".  Scarce autograph of this Iron Brigade