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    Group Of Four Fine Scarce Brady Cartes-De-Visites - Three Of Them Album CDVs All pristine quality and condition. Subjects as follows: Standard size CDV with Brady's Album Gallery label on verso "No. 401 Secesh Horse / Whose owner had just been taken prisoner at Cornwallis Cave, Yorktown." 1862 Brady Copyright also on front; Standard size CDV with Brady 1862 Copyright on front No label on verso but ID'd as "Barnard's 1862 photograph of the rude graves of Federal soldiers buried by the Confederates at Bull Run"; 3" X 4" with narrow border and label on verso "No 438 General Stoneman and Nagle and Staff, Near Richmond, June, 1862"; 3" X 4" with very narrow border "No. 486 The Monitor / Deck view, from the bow" clearly shows the dents on the turret caused by the C. S. S. Virginia's shells. A very nice group with a couple of very scarce views.

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    December, 2012
    8th Saturday
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