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    Albumen View, 8½" X 6½", of "Company K First Inf. Reg. P.R.V.C." The company is lined up with .69 caliber muskets at parade rest. Most wear four button blouses and full set of equipment, bummers caps. Officers standing in front, fifer and drummer to the side. Tents and trees in the background. Very fine quality and very good condition. The 1st Regt., P.R.V.C. was designated the 30th Penna. Vols. And fought in The Seven Days, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg and numerous other actions until their muster out on June 10, 1864. The regiment lost 108 men killed and mortally wounded. Archivally mounted and housed in an ornate gilt frame. Great 'in the field' image.

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    November, 2008
    20th-21st Thursday-Friday
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