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    Civil War Stereoviews: Lot of Four Stereo Cards of Dead Soldiers Gettysburg Battlefield From the War for the Union Photographic War History 1861-1865 Series. Approximately 7" x 4", two examples published by Taylor & Huntington, Hartford, Connecticut; two published by The War Photograph & Exhibition Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Includes: (1) "The Horrors of War", No. 274 in the series. Light toning, small personal library label on the verso, else excellent condition. (2) "On the Battlefield at Gettysburg", No. 243 in the series. Age toning to mount, else excellent condition. (3) "The Slaughter Pen at Gettysburg", No. 253 in the series. Light toning, slight wear at the corners, else excellent condition. (4) "In Trossel's Barnyard, Gettysburg" , No. 266 in the series. Modest handling wear and age toning, else excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    7th Saturday
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