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    Very Nice Group of Four Civil War Period Cartes de Visite Pertinent to Lieutenant General Winfield Scott. Consists of: 1861-dated outdoor view by Brady/ Anthony of Scott in uniform with his sword; 1862-dated portrait by Charles Fredericks of New York of Scott in uniform with his magnificent waist belt; another 1862-dated view of Scott in civilian clothes at West Point after his retirement, taken June 10, 1862; the architectural view bears the back mark of D. Denison of Albany, N. Y. and is identified in period pencil script on the reverse as "Residence of J. W. Scott Castleton, N. Y." All four views are excellent, near perfect, and all are first generation Civil War period prints. Fine and scarce grouping.

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    June, 2008
    29th-30th Sunday-Monday
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