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    Battle of Gettysburg: Weikert Family Album of Cartes de Visite.
    Handsome engraved and embossed leather photo album featuring numerous images of Weikert family members. With metal clasps and gilt-edged pages; includes seven tintypes and 22 albumen images of family members, with a few pencil identifications and Gettysburg photo studio backstamp. Book measures 5.5" x 6.5" and is 2.25" thick. Minor wear and scuffing to board edges and corners; binding and spine intact and in fine condition.



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    October, 2010
    14th-15th Thursday-Friday
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