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$ 58.
CDV OF GENERAL WINFIELD SCOTT -  Scott was one of this
country's greatest soldiers. He fought in the War of 1812 and was badly
wounded at Lundy's Lane (Niagara Falls, Ont.), was
Commander-in-Chief of the US Army in 1841 and in the Mexican War.
He was the Whig nominee for President in 1852 but defeated by
Franklin Pierce. Overall Commander of the Army at the outbreak of the
Civil War it was he that came up with the Anaconda Plan strategy for the
Union. He retired from the army in late 1861 and died in 1866 at West
Point. Backmark is Anthony but is partially scratched off. There is a
piece of tape across the top of the reverse side from a framed mounting.
Carte is in good condition.
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1903/4 STEREO VIEW OF THE HIGH WATER MARK AT
GETTYSBURG
-  Very clear stereo view by Underwood &
Underwood copyrighted on front 1903 and on the back
1904. View shows what appears to be a veteran sitting on a
flank marker next to the Rhode Island Light Artillery
monument. In the backround is the Copse of Trees and
High Water Mark monument. What appears to be a horse
drawn tour buggy is also in the back round. Image is very
clear.
$ 48.
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CDV - 1st ILLINOIS CAVALRY / 83rd ILLINOIS INFANTRY - Image of
Wesley B. Casey - no photographer's back mark. Bust view shows a bearded
Casey as a Lieut. wearing a kepi, it is ID'd in period ink on the bottom of
the front and in pencil on the reverse. Casey enlisted into the 1st Illinois
Cavalry but his Company was detached to the 83rd Illinois Infantry where
he fought most of his entire time in the army. He joined the 83rd and was
with them from 7/5/62 until 8/5/64 when he resigned. While in, the 83rd
took part in the battles of Waverly, Tn., Stones River, Tn., Fort Donelson,
Tn., Clarksville, Tn. and Uniontown, Ky. While not listed in the data base,
in the Wall's 'History of Jefferson County', Casey is noted to have been
wounded at Fort Donelson (shot through the arm) and having a horse fall
on him, crushing his leg. The CDV is a bit dirty and does have several
rounded corners.
$ 135.
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GETTYSBURG STEREO VIEW - 14TH CONN. INF,
ANDERSON'S MASSACHUSETTS SHARPSHOOTERS AND
1ST RHODE ISLAND LIGHT ARTILLERY
- Large format
stereo by Webster & Albee of Rochester, NY. Early view looking
down Hancock Avenue with the three monuments listed above.
Card is in very good condition.
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GETTYSBURG STEREO VIEW - 93RD NEW YORK
INFANTRY MONUMENT
- Large format stereo by Webster &
Albee of Rochester, NY. Early view taken from Meade Avenue.
Card is in very good condition.
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GETTYSBURG STEREO VIEW - FELLED TREE BY
ARTILLERY ON CULP'S HILL
- Stereo view by L. Mumper of
Gettysburg. Early view taken on Culp's Hill with huge tree torn
down near base from an artillery shell. Not a real sharp photo
but still fairly detailed. Several black spots on photo look like
period ink but are in the actual photo. Card is in good condition.
$ 65.
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GETTYSBURG STEREO VIEW - ARTILLERY ON
CEMETERY HILL WITH TOWN IN THE DISTANCE
- Stereo
view by L. Mumper of Gettysburg. Early view taken on Cemetery
Hill showing several Parrott cannon on the old original park
iron carriages and the town of Gettysburg in the backround.
Card is in very good condition - contrast a bit dark.
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GETTYSBURG STEREO VIEW - DEAD CONFEDERATE
SOLDIERS AT THE WHEAT FIELD - ROSE WOODS
- Stereo
view by L. Mumper of Gettysburg. Early view taken near the
Rose Woods showing the Confederate dead gathered for burial.
This was originally attributed to Gardiner and the wagon in the
backround is supposed to be his. Card is in very good condition
.
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GETTYSBURG STEREO VIEW - LITTLE ROUND TOP -
LOOKING NORTH
- Stereo view by L. Mumper of Gettysburg.
Early view taken on Little Round Top showing the view that the
Union forces had looking north. Card is in good condition but
has a wrinkle in the right side of the photo
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$ 235.
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CDV - 125TH ILLINOIS INFANTRY - Image of Capt. George W. Holloway
- Danville, Illinois photographer's back mark. Bust view shows Holloway as
a Captain, it is ID'd from an identical image on the Civil War Data Base
website (plus one that I had in the past). He joined the 125th and was with
them from 9/3/62 until 6/9/65 when he was mustered out. While in, the
125th took part in the battles of Chickamauga, Resaca, Dallas, Kennesaw
Mountain, Atlanta, Jonesboro, Louisville, Ga. and Bentonville. The CDV is
in good condition but has been trimmed on the top end.
SOLD
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CDV - LIBBY PRISON - RICHMOND PHOTOGRAPHER - Image of Libby
Prison in Richmond, Va. with the photographer's marking of Anderson -
Richmond, Va. Believe this image to have been taken shortly after
Richmond was taken as there are what appears to be Union soldiers outside
guarding. Clothes can be seen hanging out the windows probably after
washing. Interesting image. CDV has a bit light contrast and is in good
condition.
$ 195.
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43rd MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY - LARGE
ALBUMEN - 1863
- (12 3/4" X 13 5/8" mount - 9 1/2"
X 11 1/8" albumen image size). There were a number of
these shots taken by Lieut. G.H. Nickerson on March 13,
1863 at Camp Rogers in Newbern, N.C.Most of what you
see are the distant views of the troops in a square
formation - not a close view as this one. There is a
pre-printed description and title on the mount.
Unfortunately this one has some water damage as can be
seen in the photos. The image itself is not too bad but
does have areas of spotting in the lower left and upper
right edges. There is a bit of waviness in the mount due
to the water.  
$ 835.
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CDV - 10th MICHIGAN INFANTRY - WOUNDED AT JONESBORO -
Image of 2nd Lieut. John Algoe of the 10th Michigan Infantry. He enlisted
in the 10th October 21, 1861 and was discharged March 8, 1865 for wounds
received at Jonesboro.  Michigan State University has a letter from Alex.
Campbell of the 10th where he writes about visiting Algoe in the hospital
and describes the visit as such, "Allen and I went to see Lieut. Algoe who is
here wounded. He had his right under jaw shot away by a minie ball. It has
been a very painful wound but he is not nearly well and will probably be
home in a month or so, poor fellow. His Country owes him and other
wounded heroes a debt she never can repay". The CDV is in very good
condition and has a period ink ID on the front..
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CDV - 11th MICHIGAN INFANTRY - WOUNDED AT DALLAS, GA. -
Image of Private Sydnor Tutewiler of the 11th Michigan Infantry. He
enlisted in the 11th December, 1863 and was mustered out in September,
1865 as a Corporal. Tutewiler was wounded in action near Dallas, Ga., on
May 27, 1864. His full ID is pre-printed in gold ink on the reverse side. I
have had other 11th images done the same way so there must have been a
photographer that offered this service. This particular photographer is in
New Albany, Indiana. The CDV is in very good condition and has a period
ink ID on the front.
SOLD
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CDV - INDIAN CHIEF HOLDING A RIFLE - Image of lightly tinted Indian
Chief with head dress and holding the barrel of a rifle. There is no
photographer's backmark but image looks to be a period second generation
photo due to the clarity as can be seen in photos. Looks good until you put
a loop on it then you notice the fuzziness. There is an abrasion in the
albumen paper near the hand holding the gun. At one time the back had
been glued to some kind of board and there was a lot of material left on the
reverse but I have removed that.
$ 325.
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RUBY AMBROTYPE OF INFANTRY SOLDIER NEXT TO HIS
HARDEE HAT
 - 1/6 Plate ruby ambrotype with great clarity
showing the soldier sitting next to a table that holds the Hardee
hat with Infantry insignia. To me this guy looks a bit familiar
and of course when it comes from Michigan and you see that
Hardee hat, the 24th Michigan Infantry of the Iron Brigade
automatically comes to mind. As far as I have been able to
check, I have been unable to confirm even a slight chance of
that. The image has a few small scratches and the leatherette
case has been repaired on the hinge though it is still shakey.
Overall a beautiful image.
$ 485.
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CDV - LINCOLN ASSASSINATION MEMORIAM - Published by E&HT
Anthony - New York, carte shows 9 different Lincoln images taken
throughout the War and in the center, a monument with the inscription
"IN MEMORY / OF / ABRAHAM LINCOLN / PRESIDENT OF THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / BORN FEBRUARY 12, 1809 / DIED
APRIL 15, 1865 / WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE, WITH CHARITY FOR
ALL / SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS / REQUIESCAT IN PACE".
Carte is in very good condition.
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CDV - MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE B. McCLELLAN- Published by
E&HT Anthony - New York, from Brady's National Portrait Gallery. Nice
3/4 standing view of McClellan on pre-printed mount with his name and
1861 date. McClellan was in command of the Army of the Potomac until
right after Antietam when Lincoln replaced him  for not pursuing Lee after
defeating him on the battlefield. VGC
$ 85.
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ALBUMEN - 40TH MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY - Mount
approx. 9 1/8" x 10 5/8" with image size approx. 6" x 8".  Image of
1st Lieut. Eugene Mason, Company C, 40th Massachusetts Infantry.
On the reverse in pencil is "For Alice - Eugene Mason". On the
Civil War Data Base there is a post War photo of Mason and there is
no doubt this is the same person. At the beginning of the War
Mason enlisted in the 6th Mass. Inf. and was mustered out 3 1/2
months later. He joined the 40th Infantry on Sept. 1, 1862 but was
mustered out due to disability on January 26, 1863. Albumen is in
very good condition.
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SOLD
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CDV - FREDERICK HILL MESERVE COPIES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
- TAKEN FROM THE ORIGINAL PLATES
- Image of Abraham Lincoln
made by Frederick Hill Meserve in the early 1900's off the original plates.
These were the famous Cooper Institute photographs by Mathew Brady on
February 27,1860 that were credited with showing Lincoln in a light that
helped win the election. This has Meserve's stamp and notations in his
hand on the reverse. Unfortunately due to the paper used at that time, it
lacks the clarity that the period CDV's had but they were taken from the
original plates.
$ 225.
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CDV - FREDERICK HILL MESERVE COPIES OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
- TAKEN FROM THE ORIGINAL PLATES
- Image of Abraham Lincoln
made by Frederick Hill Meserve in the early 1900's off the original plates.
These were the famous Cooper Institute photographs by Mathew Brady on
February 27,1860 that were credited with showing Lincoln in a light that
helped win the election. This has Meserve's stamp and notations in his
hand on the reverse. Unfortunately due to the paper used at that time, it
lacks the clarity that the period CDV's had but they were taken from the
original plates.
$ 195.
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CDV - IDENTIFIED FULL LENGTH ARMED OUTDOOR SHOT -
Unfortunately the only things this CDV needs is better condition and a
clearer ID. Nice shot of a soldier with just about everything possible - what
looks to be a Colt Special Model Rifle (or a model 1864 but this looks to be
an early War image). Cartridge box, cap box, bayonet fixed on the rifle and
scabbard slightly visible, knapsack and blanket. Clarity is not real crisp but
pretty darn good. On the problems side, it looks like the image had a hard
travel at one point in time where the mount got bent and ripped which also
carried on partially into the image breaking through the albumen paper
down near the trigger guard of the rifle and carrying to the right - showing
as white on the image - can surely be lightly touched up to tone that area
down. Also the name - there are about 15 possibilities (USCT soldiers by
that name being excluded) - nost of which were from Ohio and New York -
my bet is on New York.
SOLD
SOLD
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CDV - COLONEL WILLIAM P. INNES - 1ST MICHIGAN ENGINEERS &
MECHANICS
- Image of Innes as a full bird Colonel. B/M of T.M. Schleier
of Nashville, Tn. Period ink ID on both front and reverse - very good
condition. Innes was commissioned in December, 1861 and mustered out in
October, 1864 and was commissioned Bvt. Brigadier General in 1865. The
1st Michigan Engineers & Mechanics took part in many battles including
Mill Springs, Ky., Perryville, Ky., Stones River, Murfreesboro and
Bentonville among others.
SOLD
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CDV - 15th MICHIGAN INFANTRY - WOUNDED AT SHILOH - Image of
Lt. Henry F. Wallace - Company I, 15th Michigan Infantry. He enlisted on
December 2, 1861 and was commissioned into Co. I on January 1, 1862.
He was listed as wounded at Shiloh on April 6, 1862 and discharged due to
those injuries on August 2, 1862. Carte is id'd nicely on the reverse in
period ink, "Lt. F. Wallace / Lt. US Vol / Corunna / Mich". Overall
condition is very good but does have some smudges on the card.
SOLD
SOLD
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CDV - CONFEDERATE REV. BENJAMIN MORGAN PALMER - Image of
The Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer who was the 1st Moderator of the
Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America in New Orleans,
La., gave a lengthy and heated sermon on November 29, 1860 defending
slavery as an institution. The sermon was widely distributed in the South
and had a huge influence when it came time for Louisiana to vote on
joining the Confederacy. The image has a pencil inscription on the front
"Rev. Dr. Palmer / Kansas Rebel". The Palmer is correct, Kansas not so
much. E & HT Anthony, New York back mark. CDV has light contrast and
top corners are slightly clipped. An important figure in the Louisiana
secession movement.
$ 195.
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CDV - 93rd OHIO INFANTRY - TRANSFERRED TO VRC - Image of Pvt.
James W. Johnston - Company G, 93rd Ohio Infantry. He enlisted on
December 2, 1861 and was commissioned into Co. I on July 25, 1862. He
was transferred out on January 15, 1864 to the VRC. The 93rd fought in
the battles of Stones River, Chickamauga and Missionary Ridge before his
transfer and though the rosters don't show him as wounded, his transfer
may have been the result of one of these battles. Nice period ink ID on
reverse. Some smudging.
$ 155.
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CDV - 100th OHIO INFANTRY - TRANSFERRED TO VRC - Image of
Pvt. Henry H. Fisher - Company G, 100th Ohio Infantry. He enlisted on
December 2, 1861 and was commissioned into Co. I on August 10, 1862.
He was transferred out on October 1, 1864 to the VRC. The 100th fought in
the battles of Dallas, Kenesaw Mountain and Atlanta before his transfer
and though the rosters don't show him as wounded, his transfer may have
been the result of one of these battles. Nice period ink ID on reverse. Some
smudging.
$ 155.
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CDV - 127th ILLINOIS INFANTRY - Image of John B. Westendorf of the
127th Illinois Infantry. He mustered in on August 20, 1862 and was
discharged on June 5, 1865. It is signed in period ink on the front and has
a St. Louis photographer's back mark. The 127th fought in the battles of
Arkansas Post, Vicksburg, Resaca, Dallas, Kennesaw Mountain, Atlanta,
Ezra Church, Jonesboro and Fayetteville, among others. Image has some
smudges but otherwise in very good condition.
$ 180.
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CDV - 11th & 8th MICHIGAN CAVALRY - Image of Thomas H. Wright -
Saddler - 11th Michigan Cavalry and also (for several months before
mustering out) in the 8th Michigan Cavalry. He enlisted on November 3,
1863 and was mustered out on July 20, 1865. The 11th fought in the battles
of Mount Sterling and Cynthiana, Ky., Saltville, Wytheville and Marion,
Va. along with numerous other small battles and skirmishes. Carte is signed
in period pencil on the front either as 'Mr. H. Wright' or 'Thos. H. Wright'
- hard to distinguish. On the reverse near the top very lightly you can make
out ' ___ Wright / 11 Mich Cavalry'. Carte has some light smudging and ID
is light but otherwise in very good condition.
$ 200.
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CDV - 36th INDIANA INFANTRY - Image of 1st Lieut. and Adj. Zene C.
Bohrer, 36th Indiana Infantry. He enlisted on October 29, 1861 as a Sgt.
Major  into Co. E, 36th Ind. Inf. and was mustered out on October 21,
1864. The 36th fought in the battles of Shiloh, Stones River, Chickamauga,
Ringgold, Resaca, Dallas, Kennesaw Mountain and Marietta. Carte has a
later pencil ID and a Nashville photographer's back mark. There is a period
pencil inscription indicating the image was taken in May, 1863 in
Nashville. Some light smudging otherwise very good condition.
$ 185.
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$ 185.
CDV - 36th INDIANA INFANTRY - Bust image of 1st Lieut. and Adj. Zene
C. Bohrer, 36th Indiana Infantry. He enlisted on October 29, 1861 as a Sgt.
Major  into Co. E, 36th Ind. Inf. and was mustered out on October 21,
1864. The 36th fought in the battles of Shiloh, Stones River, Chickamauga,
Ringgold, Resaca, Dallas, Kennesaw Mountain and Marietta. Carte has a
later pencil ID and a 'MORSE & PEASLEE, ARMY PHOTOGRAPHER,
DEPARTMENT of the CUMBERLAND' photographer's back mark. There
is a period pencil inscription indicating the image was taken in December,
1863 in Bridgeport, Alabama. Some light smudging otherwise very good
condition.
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$ 245.
CDV - 85th INDIANA INFANTRY - Bust image of Major Robert E. Craig,
85th Indiana Infantry from Newport, Indiana. He enlisted on September 4,
1862, and was placed in Field & Staff position and also Provost Marshal in
Murfreesboro, Tn. He died of disease in Murfreesboro on April 2, 1864. The
carte is inscribed in period ink on the front 'Your Obt Servt / Robt. E.
Craig, Maj. / & Provost Marshal of / Murfreesboro, Tenn.' and on the
reverse 'To / Jos. A. Jones P.M. / Terre Haute / Indiana'. The
photographer's back mark is "Butler, Bonsall & Co. / Army Photographers
/ General Rousseau's Division'. The 85th fought in the battles of
Thompson's Station, Resaca, Dallas, Kennasaw Mountain, Atlanta as well
as others.  Some light smudging otherwise very good condition.
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$ 55.
CDV - UNIDENTIFIED LIGHT ARTILLERY CORPORAL - Full length
image of a Light Artillery Corporal carrying a light artillery sword and a
holstered pistol. Washington, D.C. Photographer. Some smudging, small
tear at bottom center which enters the albumen paper and some damage in
that area.
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$ 195.
CDV - 47th INDIANA INFANTRY - Bust image of Captain William M.
Henley, 47th Indiana Infantry. He enlisted on April 1, 1862 and was
mustered out on December 29, 1864. The 47th fought in the battles of Port
Gibson, Champion Hill, Vickburg and Jackson, Mississippi along with
Alexandria and Spanish Fort, Alabama as well as others. There is no
photographer's back mark. There is a period ink inscription on the front '
W.M. Henley / Capt. Co. I 47th Indiana'. Some light smudging and slightly
clipped corners but otherwise very good condition.
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CDV - 10th MAINE INFANTRY - Bust image of 2nd Lieut. Henry Francis
Smith, 10th Maine Infantry. He enlisted on October 4, 1861. The 10th
fought in the battles of Winchester, Cedar Mountain, 2nd Bull Run,
Antietam and Chancellorsville. Carte has a Portland, Maine photographer's
back mark. There is a period ink inscription on the front 'Henry F. Smith'
and an ink inscription on the reverse - probably post War 'Henry Francis
Smith / 2nd Lieut Co E 10th Me / about 1863 / Moved to San Diego, Cal.'.
Carte is very clean and in very good condition.
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$ 185.
CDV - 33rd ILLINOIS INFANTRY - Seated view of James L. Dayton of the
33rd Illinois Infantry. He enlisted on August 24, 1861 into Co. E, 33rd Ill.
Inf. with no date of discharge given. It is inscribed on the front in period
ink 'J.L. Dayton' and on the reverse 'LaMoille / Bureau Co. / Ills'. The
33rd fought in the battles of Magnolia Hills, Port Gibson, Champion's Hill,
Big Black River Bridge and Vickburg, Mississippi. Carte has a New Orleans
photographer's back mark. Some light smudging otherwise very good
condition.
SOLD
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CDV - 10th & 1st MAINE INFANTRY - Bust image of Captain Elijah
Morrill Shaw, 10th Maine Infantry (and 2nd Lt. in 1st Maine Inf). He
enlisted on May 3, 1861 to August 5, 1861 in the 1st Maine Inf. then in the
10th Maine from October 1, 1861 - ?. The 10th fought in the battles of
Winchester, Cedar Mountain, 2nd Bull Run, Antietam and
Chancellorsville. Carte has a Lawrence, Maine photographer's back mark.
There is a period ink inscription on the front 'Truly yours / E.M. Shaw' and
an ink inscription on the reverse - 'Adjutant at First / Capt. Co. H. 10th
Maine / Elijah Morrill Shaw / 2d Lieut 1st Maine / Adjutant 10th Maine'.
Carte is clean, contrast is very light, good condition.
SOLD
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$ 185.
CDV - 33rd ILLINOIS INFANTRY - Full standing view of Dennis E.
Dayton (probably a relative of James L. below) of the 33rd Illinois Infantry.
He enlisted on August 24, 1861 into Co. E, 33rd Ill. Inf., re-enlisted
January 1, 1864 and mustered out November 24, 1865 at Vicksburg . It is
inscribed on the reverse in period ink 'Denis E. Dayton'. The 33rd fought in
the battles of Magnolia Hills, Port Gibson, Champion's Hill, Big Black
River Bridge and Vickburg, Mississippi. Carte has a Princeton, Illinois
photographer's back mark. Carte is in very good condition.
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$ 195.
CDV - 53rd MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY - Seated armed view of
Harlan P. Partridge of the 53rd Massachusetts Infantry. He enlisted on
August 25, 1862 into Co. B, 53rd Mass. Inf. and mustered out September 8,
1863. It is inscribed on the front in period ink 'H.P. Partridge' and on the
reverse 'Harlan P. Partridge / Sergeant Major / 53 Reg Mass'. The 53rd
fought in the battles of Fort Bisland and Port Hudson, La.. Carte has no
photographer's back mark. Carte has some staining on the mount otherwise
in very good condition.
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$ 225.
CDV - 2nd INDIANA CAVALRY - KIA - Bust image of Asa S. Smith, 2nd
Indiana Cavalry - Wayne County, Indiana. He enlisted on September 13,
1861 and re-enlisted January 10, 1864. The 2nd fought in the battles of
Gallatin, Hartsville, Stones River, Chickamauga, Peach Tree Creek, Atlanta
as well as others. Smith was killed in action at the battle of Scottsville,
Alabama on April 2, 1865. There is a Richmond, In. photographer's back
mark. There is a period ink inscription on the reverse ' Asa S. Smith / Co.
C  2nd Ind / Cavly'. Some light staining on mount but otherwise very good
condition.
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$ 235.
CDV - 13th MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY - WIA - ANTIETAM - Bust
image of William B. Barron, 13th Massachusetts Infantry - Boston, Mass.
He enlisted on June 29, 1861 and was discharged on November 25, 1862
due to wounds received at Antietam on September 17, 1862. There is a great
13th Regiment Mass. Vol. photographer's back mark. There is a period ink
inscription on the front ' Yours Truly / Wm B. Barron / Co. F  13th Regt'.
Some light staining and smudges on mount along with very light contrast
& fading on the image.
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$ 290.
TINTYPE - UNION SERGEANT - FREDERICK, MD - a hair under
1/6 plate size tintype of a Union Sergeant with slight tinting to his
cheeks. There is a card under the image - an 1858 card for the
Frederick County Agricultural Society with period ink writing on the
reverse "Frederick MD / Jan 29, 62" and in period pencil "Rec
Thursday Feb. 6th / from my husband". Unfortunately no ID. Looks
to have a rain cover on his kepi. Image is a little dark but not bad, a
few small minor spots on the image, has a full case but spine is
detached. The light line near his collar is a reflection and not in the
image.
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$ 325.
AMBROTYPE - ID AS CHARLES STONE 47TH & 59TH MASS INF
- 1/9 plate size ambrotype of a Union soldier seated wearing a frock
coat with slight tinting to his cheeks. Under the image written in a
more modern pencil is " Prv Charles Stone / Co. E 47 Mass". He is
listed as serving in the 47th Mass. Inf. from September, 1862 to
September, 1863 and in the 59th Mass. fromJanuary, 1864 to May,
1865 then in the VRC until August, 1865. He is also listed as wounded
in action at Petersburg on 6/17/1864. I had no reason to doubt the ID
but always would like to see that nice period ink instead of later
pencil. Has a full case that has the spine repaired with black tape (and
a very nice job), The light line from shoulder to shoulder is actually a
reflection and is not in the image.
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$ 425.
TINTYPE OF 3 UNION SOLDIERS - 1/6 plate size tintype of three
Union soldiers seated and wearing frock coats, all with kepis. Ever so
light blue tinting to the trousers and with slight tinting to their cheeks.
Don't know if they're brothers but more than likely close friends as
they each are holding hands with hands also on the shoulders. Has a
full case but original spine is weak. The light line about chin height is
a reflection and not in the image An image out of the ordinary.
ON LAY-AWAY
ON HOLD
ON HOLD
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$ 495.
TINTYPE OF UNION SOLDIER - HARDEE HAT - PATRIOTIC
UNION CASE
- 1/6 plate size tintype of a Union soldier wearing a
Hardee hat (of course Iron Brigade comes to mind), can see the
infantry bugle and the Company letter 'G'. Just a tad dark but nice
looking image. Patriotic Union (gutta percha) case with eagle, flag,
etc. Just a few nicks on edges and slightly loose hinge but otherwise in
very good condition.
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CDV - 38th MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY - WIA - Image of 1st Lieut.
George Briggs Russell with a New Orleans photographer's back mark. He
enlisted on August 12, 1862 and served after the War in the US service until
1898. He rose through the ranks to Brevet Lt. Colonel by the end of the War
and was wounded in June, 1863 at Port Hudson, La., after which he served
in the VRC. The 38th fought in both theatres of the War and participated in
the battles of Port Hudson, La.,  Brashear City, La., Winchester, Va., Cedar
Creek, Va. and Fisher's Hill, Va., among others. Signed in period ink on
reverse "G.B. Russell / 1st Lieut. 38th Mass". Very good condition.
$ 245.
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CDV - 22nd & 38th MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY - WIA - Image of 1st
Lieut. Frank N. Scott with what I believe is a Boston photographer's back
mark. He enlisted on September 6, 1861 and resigned August 22, 1864. He
was wounded in July, 1862 at Malvern Hill, Va as a member of the 22nd
Mass. and on August 23, 1862 was discharged for Promotion as an officer
in the 38th. The 38th fought in both theatres of the War and participated in
the battles of Port Hudson, La.,  Brashear City, La., Winchester, Va., Cedar
Creek, Va. and Fisher's Hill, Va., among others. Signed in period ink on
reverse "Frank N. Scott / 1st Lieut. Co. B / 38th Mass Regt". Very good
condition.
$ 265.
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CDV - 1st & 38th MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY - WIA - Image of 2nd
Lieut. William H. Jewell. No photographer's back mark. He enlisted in
May, 1861 into the 1st Mass. Inf. then in August, 1862 commissioned into
the 38th and mustered out in June, 1865. He was wounded in October,
1864 at Cedar Creek, Va.  The 38th fought in both theatres of the War and
participated in the battles of Port Hudson, La.,  Brashear City, La.,
Winchester, Va., Cedar Creek, Va. and Fisher's Hill, Va., among others.
Signed in period ink on reverse "W.H. Jewell / 2nd Lieut. Co. A / 38th Regt
Mass Vols". Very good condition with light stain on reverse.
$ 265.
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CDV - ASST. SURGEON - 38th MASSACHUSETTS INFANTRY & 1st
MASS. BATT. CAVALRY
- Image of Assistant Surgeon George F.
Thomson. No photographer's back mark. He enlisted in August, 1862 into
the 38th as Asst. Surgeon and in 1865 became Surgeon of the 1st Mass.
Battn Cavalry. He mustered out in June, 1865. The 38th fought in both
theatres of the War and participated in the battles of Port Hudson, La.,  
Brashear City, La., Winchester, Va., Cedar Creek, Va. and Fisher's Hill,
Va., among others. Signed in period ink on reverse "Geo. F. Thomson /
Assist. Surgeon / 38th Mass Vols". Very good condition.
$ 245.
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CDV - 35th OHIO INFANTRY - BUT WHO??? - Image of Vness (or
Uness) Rice (or Reis). Has an Alexandria, Va. photographer's back mark. I
have been unable to find him anywhere but the ID looks right as rain. He
is an older gentleman so I wonder if perhaps he may have been a musician
or drummer as they were not always included in the rosters. Condition is
not great, stained and looks like someone was testing his pen by tapping it
on the front of the image (down around the waist.
Signed in period ink on
reverse "V
ness (or Uness) Rice (perhaps Reis) / Co D 35 Ohio / Vo
Infantery
".
$ 125.