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    Civil War Stereoviews. Lot of Four Stereo Cards of Wounded and Dead Soldiers. Approximately 7" x 4", all examples from The War for the Union Photographic History 1861-1865 series. Two examples published by Taylor & Huntington, Hartford, Connecticut; two published by The War Photograph & Exhibition Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Includes: (1) "A Field Hospital Scene", No. 491 in the series. Slight age toning else very good condition. (2) "A Canvas Pontoon Bridge", No. 746 in the series. Soiling to the image and mount, some wear to edges, else very good. (3) "Unburied Dead on Battlefield", No. 914 in the series. Age toning to mount, a few scattered spots, else a clear image in excellent condition. (4) "Collecting Remains of the Dead", No. 918 in the series. Wear to the edges of the mount, scattered light foxing to image, else very good.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2014
    7th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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