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    A Group Of Four Civil War Images. The group includes: exceptional carte-de-visite by R. A. Lewis of New York of a Federal Naval officer with sword, visored cap on the pillar at his side. Pristine.; carte-de-visite of an unidentified Federal infantry sergeant, bummer's cap on the pillar at his side, very fine, no backmark.; A sixth plate tintype of a young Federal infantryman wearing full set of equipment. Very high collar regulation nine button frock, bummer's cap. Fine quality but a number of small scratches. In whole case, hinge split.; 2 1/2" X 3 1/2" tintype of a young Federal soldier with nice painted backdrop of tents. Image somewhat dark but excellent condition. Wears four button blouse, bummer's cap and boots. No mount.

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    June, 2012
    9th Saturday
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