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    Cartes de Visite: Lot of 12 Identified Union General Officer Images.
    Comprising: 1.) Robert Anderson, as a Major, taken at Ft. Sumter, February 8, 1861 and published by E. Anthony, New York. 2.) Brigadier General Stephen Gano Burbridge, seated in uniform with his hat on his lap. Carpenter & Mullin Magnolia Gallery, Lexington, Kentucky studio imprint on the verso. 3.) Major General George Cadwalader bust portrait in uniform. Contemporary ink identification at the lower edge, perhaps in his own hand. A. S. Cooper, Louisville, Kentucky studio imprint on the verso. 4.) Lt. General Winfield Scott, seated in uniform wearing his chapeau de bras and holding his sword. J.W. Everett & Co., New York studio imprint on the verso. 5.) Lt. General Winfield Scott posed seated in uniform. Chas. D. Fredericks & Co., New York studio imprint on the verso. 6.) General George B. McClellan and wife. C. D. Fredericks & Company, New York studio imprint on the verso. 7.) Another view of George B. McClellan and wife. No studio imprint. 8.) General Ambrose Burnside seated in uniform. D. Appleton & Company, New York studio imprint. 9.) Another of General Ambrose Burnside, a three-quarter portrait in uniform. J. W. Everett & Co., New York, studio imprint on the verso. 10.) General Oliver Otis Howard, bust portrait, in uniform. J. W. Everett & Co., New York, studio imprint on the verso. 11.) General George Gordon Meade bust portrait in uniform. J. W. Everett & Co., New York, studio imprint on the verso. 12.) General William Farrar Smith half portrait in uniform. E. & H.T. Anthony, New York studio imprint.

    Condition: 1.) Excellent. One small spot in the right margin of the image. 2.) Fair. Toning and scattered spotting to the image. Verso with pencil and ink notations. 3.) Very good. Corners clipped. 4.) Excellent. 5.) Excellent. 6.) Excellent. 7.) Very good. 8.) Very good. Tape remnants at the top edge; some toning and trivial spotting to image. 9.) Excellent. 10.) Very good. 11.) Very good. Some fading to image. 12.) Excellent.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    June, 2016
    12th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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