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    Lot of 10 Assorted Revolutionary and Civil War Related Carte-de-Visite Portraits. Comprising: 1) George Washington. 2) Group photo of Lincoln and Cabinet by Golden & Sammons, Chicago.. 3) General Joe Hooker. 4) General MacPherson. 5) Unidentified Union Captain. by Jonathan Holyland, Washington, D.C. 6) General William T. Sherman. 7) General Ambrose Burnside. 8) Rare image of Union General Andrew McCook on horse "Buck". McCook [a West Pointer] took command of the "right wing" at the Battle of Stone's River in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Was also involved at Chickamauga. He was part of the family known as the "Fighting McCooks", of which 15 members of the Irish family fought in the Civil War. 9) Confederate General. 10) Andrew Johnson by Golden & Sammons, Chiicago. All are framed in plexiglass frames for protection but can be removed if desired. Condition: All are good to very good, showing age wear and some fading. An excellent image grouping.

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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2012
    30th-1st Monday-Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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