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    Lot of Two Cartes de Visite of Confederate General Robert Emmett Rodes, Mortally Wounded at the Battle of Winchester, Virginia. Including: 1) A fine bust portrait of Rodes, no studio imprint. Light age toning, one trivial bit of loss to the upper left corner of the image, otherwise very good condition. 2) Another bust portrait of the general, in uniform, likewise with no studio imprint. Contemporary identification at the lower edge of the image, toned and slightly faded, else very good condition. Rodes was an 1848 graduate of VMI and entered the Confederate army as colonel of the 5th Alabama Infantry. He was commissioned a Brigadier General for his conduct at the 1st Manassas. He was mortally wounded at Winchester on September 19, 1864.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
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