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    Set of "Confederate War Etchings" by Adalbert Johann Volck Second edition of "Confederate War Etchings" printed by Philadelphia Publisher, Porter and Coates in 1892. Consists of 29 etchings on tissue or "Japan" paper, with index, corner mounted on card stock, with original covers. Each etching measures 8" X 10 1/2", sight size 4 3/4" X 8 1/2", a few have broken away from their corner mounts but all are in fine condition with no folds or rips.
    Adalbert Johann Volck (1828-1912) was born on April 14, 1828 in the town of Augsburg in Bavaria, Germany. During the Civil War, Volck became an ardent supporter of the Confederacy and is most famous for his political drawings and etchings produced during the Civil War.

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    December, 2015
    12th Saturday
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