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    Union General Daniel E. Sickles: Group of Three Cartes de Visite. Each near 2.5" x 4". In two of the CDVs, the controversial general is in uniform and is seated; in the third, he stands with sword cradled in his left arm. Sickles lost his leg at the Battle of Gettysburg; it is on display at the National Museum of Health and Medicine. Two CDVs contain the imprint on the reverse of C. D. Fredricks & Co. of New York; the third bears the imprint of E. & H. T. Anthony "from Photographic Negative of Brady's National Portrait Gallery." Each bears a few penciled notations. Some toning and minor stains.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    7th Saturday
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