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    Union Major General Fitz John Porter Carte de Visite and Clipped Signature. (1) CDV of Porter posed standing in full dress uniform with sword, measuring approximately 2.5" x 4" with a Brady registered date of 1861 at the lower edge of the mount. A sharp, bright image in excellent condition. (2) War-dated clipped signature, 5" x 2.75", signed in ink "F. J. Porter / Brig. Genl. U.S.V. / July 20th 1862". Light age toning to paper, else a bright, legible signature in excellent condition. Porter (1822-1901) was an 1845 West Point graduate who served gallantly in the Mexican-American War, as well as many important battles in the Civil War.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2014
    12th Friday
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