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    Union General Winfield Scott Hancock Cartes de Visite (Three). All three feature the general (and later 1880 Democratic presidential candidate) in uniform. In one, from Brady's National Portrait Gallery, the general is seated. The reverse bears the stamp of E. & H. T. Anthony, a tax stamp, and penciled identification notes. Trimmed at all corners. Another features Hancock mid-chest up. Backstamped by F. Gutekunst with minor mounting remnants and a few penciled identification notes. Bent at one corner. The final one (1862) bears printed identification information below the image. It has been trimmed along two edges. Backstamped by Brady of Washington. Very clean and clear.

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    June, 2015
    12th-13th Friday-Saturday
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