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    Group of Six Scarce Civil War Cartes de Visite Views, including the following: view of the ruins of Ft. Sumter, backmark of E. & H. T. Anthony with Revenue stamp; view of the demolished interior of Ft. Sumter with numerous soldiers and civilians surveying the damage. Backmark of E. & H. T. Anthony from Brady negative; view of hundreds of cotton bales and warehouse with soldiers standing on the bales in Savannah, Ga. Backmark of J. W. Wilson, Savannah, Ga.; "View of Richmond, Va. April 21" (1865), period pencil ID on verso. Blindstamp logo of "The Lee Gallery, 920 Main St. Richmond, Va."; Brady's Album Gallery View No. 100, "Long Bridge", printed paper label on verso; view of Big Spring in Huntsville, Alabama with a number of Federal soldiers standing in foreground, C. 1864 with backmark of Armstead & Taylor, Corinth, Miss. Exceptionally nice grouping with all images in about perfect condition.

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    June, 2013
    8th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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