SOLD! for $378.00.
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Group of Civil War Related photographs, including Confederate Generals. 1st item: Brown leather bound CDV album with 10 CDVs. CDVs include: unidentified young man with uniform jacket, hand colored, Matthew Brady studio backstamp (some scratching; pierced for ribbon) ; bearded man in uniform with pencil inscription "George Raymond" verso (some staining); Unidentified dark-bearded man in uniform with backstamp for Nixon & Dunn, Photographers Army of the Cumberland, Chattanooga (some wear/flaking upper edge area); Man in civilian clothes, backstamp for L. D. Robertson, Franklin KY (toning/discoloration); man in civilian clothes identified in pencil verso as R.H. Estlin, backstamp for Mashburn, New Orleans (some staining upper area); man in civilian clothes identified in pencil verso as James Potter, esq. (scattered dark stains); Two moustachioed men in uniform; 1 man in uniform with backstamp for a Dresden, German studio (considerable wear/grime); Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston ("Entered according to Act of Congress 1862 by E. Anthony" printed beneath image; corners clipped); and offset printed reproduction CDV of Braxton Bragg (corners clipped). 2nd item: CDV of John Hunt Morgan, CSA, in lucite frame (light discoloration and grime). 3rd item: CDV of General Simon Buckner with sword across lap, E & H.T. Anthony backstamp, in lucite frame (corners clipped, name written in pencil verso). 4th item: 1/8 plate ambrotype of man in Navy uniform, label en verso reads "From Chapin's Daguerreotype and Photograph Rooms Main St. Worcester. Ambrotypes for 25 cents and upwards. Children 2 years and under 53 cents. Copying done in the best manner. M. Chapin." (Halo at edge, scratch across face, oxidation to metal mat). 5th item: Framed printed photograph, possibly salt print, identified in pen on back as "Major James A. Craige." 3 3/4" x 2 3/4" sight. 6th item: Photographic print of an engraved portrait of Gen. R.S. Ewell, 4" x 4 7/8". CONDITION: Leather album has wear and cracking to spine, several pages are empty or torn, with toning. Individual items – see item description above.