CABINET CARDS

Note: Corrections made to text after publication of the printed catalog are noted in bold red.


273. Lincoln by F. McNulty of Springfield, IL, 1883. (#O-41.) As noted on a printed legend on verso, this is "From an original negative taken in 1861, just before leaving his home for Washington City, and believed to be the only one in existence taken previous to his inauguration as President of the United States. This is the last negative taken of him in Illinois." Barely noticeable mounting remnants surround the portrait visible only when angled to the light and at edges on back of mount, one small spot of albumen loss at very bottom of border, great tone and contrast, overall, quite nice. (Est. $600-800)
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274. A gorgeous example - from the original negative. A stirring cabinet card by M.P. Rice of Washington, D.C., his 1891 copyright scratched into the plate and printed with a detailed legend on the bottom of the mount: "Abraham Lincoln. From the only original unretouched negative, made in 1864, at the time he commissioned General U.S. Grant Lieut. General of all the Armies of the Republic..." Minor band of tone at lower title, very minor mounting remnants on verso, one of the better specimens we've encountered. A truly special photograph of our greatest president at the height of his administration. (Est. $1,000-1,200)
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275. Photographic oddity. Multiple-image carte-de-visite photograph of Mary Todd Lincoln mounted on a cabinet card. Imprint and backmark of M. B. Brady, Washington, DC. Various inked ownership inscriptions on verso, including Presented by Richard Barthelmess 4/27/56 (possibly the screen actor and silent film star). One barely noticeable tear or crease along right edge. We have been advised this could be a Brady Studio proof example - most definitely from the original negative. (Est. $500-700)
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276. Cabinet card of Robert Todd Lincoln, a portrait from about the time he served as Sec. of War under Garfield. Minor age to titled mount, overall a fine example. (Est. $200-300)
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277. Jefferson Davis cabinet card by Sarony, NY, circa 1880. Late-in-life photos of Jefferson Davis are quite rare and desirable, compared to the more common CDV images from the Civil War era. This example is in fine condition with some light age toning, and wear on the verso caused by the removal of a label. Overall a nice image of the Confederate President.
(Est. $400-600)
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278. Simon Cameron cabinet card, Brady back imprint. Seated image of President Lincoln's first Secretary of War. Albumen is excellent, soiling and period biographical notes about Cameron on the verso. (Est. $80-100)
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279. Mounted albumen of General Seth Williams, a member of Grant's staff who was present at Appomattox. 5 x 6" overall, a few surface scratches, else very good. (Est. $70-90)
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280. General Montgomery Meigs and his faithful steed! A most resonant study of the heroic Union officer and his horse, an original 3 x 4" albumen (mounted to a sheet 7 x 5" overall) with exceptional contrast and dark, rich tone. Save for a surface abrasion, the photo is in very fine condition. Marked in pencil on verso "Shenandoah in Flames p. 63" where a copy is reproduced. (Est. $200-400)
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281. Playing dominos while waiting for the Confederate retreat! 1862 Brady photograph, titled on verso: "Comte de Paris, Duc de Chartres, Prince de Joinville & friends. Camp Winfield Scott, near Yorktown, May 1, 1862." The French attaches to General McClellan posed for several photographs just three days before the siege of Yorktown, VA, officially ended. Confederate forces, under General Joseph E. Johnston, were routed after a full month of attack by McClellan's forces. The French observers, in American uniforms, enjoyed officer's privileges as official guests of the Army. A rare, important study. (Est. $250-350)
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282. Pair of mounted albumens, 1862 M. Brady copyright, with advertising imprint from Snow & Roos of San Francisco. Paste-down titled label on verso from Brady's Album Gallery: Camp of 66th NYV (French's Brigade), and "Principal Landing and Road to Yorktown." Light, even age to boards, the photographs quite strong. (Est. $200-300)
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283. Pair of mounted albumens, 1862 M. Brady copyright line, with advertising imprint from Snow & Roos of San Francisco. Paste-down titled label on verso detailing from Brady's Album Gallery. One being the "Old Frame House on Fair Oaks Battle Field, pierced by hundreds of bullets, and used as a Hospital by Hooker's Division." The other presents "Principal Street, with Court House, Yorktown." Light age to mount, both quite excellent. (Est. $200-300)
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284. To quote members of the 5th Dimension, "Up, up and away... My beautiful, my beautiful balloon!" A rare, 1862 mounted photograph from Brady's Album Gallery, #427, titled label on verso: "Prof. Lowe reconnoitering at Battle of Fair Oaks, and telegraphing to McClellan's Headquarters." Slightly light, full board, quite rare outdoor scene. This photograph was taken May 31, 1862 with Lowe ascending in his hot air balloon, "Intrepid." In the October 26, 1861 issue of "Harper's," an article on balloons states their use in combat was first seen in 1859 in the Italian War. Lowe proved the value of this new technology... but didn't impact battleplans very much. Together with another rare outdoor study of Lowe and his baloon, this a 3 1/4" square photograph on a slightly larger, untitled board. An excellent pair. (Est. $300-500)
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285. Two (2) Gettysburg battlefield images published by John C. Taylor, Hartford, CT, albumens printed from Brady's original negative. Used in Brady's War For The Union series, 3 1/2" X 3 7/8", similar in format to Brady's gallery card photographs. One is titled "Sugar Loaf Mountain, Gettysburg". The view shows the battlefield, and two men sitting in a cart at the top center; the other is detailed as "Woods on the left wing, Battle of Gettysburg, in the middle ground a dead soldier." The dead soldier is clearly seen in the lower middle portion of the image. Scarce studies with excellent tone and detail. (Est. $100-150)
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286. Brady can be seen in the photograph! Group of five (5) "The War for the Union" mounted albumens printed postwar from the original negatives by John Taylor of Hartford, CT. 3 1/2 x 4", three with moderate foxing; the example picturing Capt. Perins's captured "Secesh Horse" (the photographer Mathew Brady is seen on the right holding his hat aloft) and that picturing two large mortars are quite bright and clean. (Est. $250-350)
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STEREOVIEWS
[The Shelter Island Collection.] The following lots represent one of the finest collections of stereoviews to reach the market in recent years. They reflect a passion for documenting every aspect of the War... and likewise that unique medium of photography that found a place in almost every Victorian parlor in the country. The beginning of stereoview photography coincided with the Civil War making this one of the most documented occurences in the history of the 19th century. Viewers - most rather simple, hand-held optical devices to hold the cards one at a time, others being quite elaborate, ornate table-top pieces of furniture - were ubiquitous. These images were a source of wonder, education, and "entertainment." NOTE:Most of the examples presented here are in remarkably clean condition with Anthony and Anthony/Brady pasted-down titled copyright labels on verso. Unless otherwise noted, these are on early, flat yellow mounts (a few are noted as being on flat orange mounts), and free of any condition faults. We simply present the title as published on each study. This is quite a special opportunity we are proud to offer.

287. Note the corpse on a table resting atop some barrels
. An excellent occupational view of a very busy man, "Dr. Richard Burr, Embalming Surgeon, Army of the James." A bit light, uneven tone, quite rare. (Est. $400-500)
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288. "Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the... battlefield!" A most desirable image, a scarce view of a Civil War baseball game, entitled "Camp Sports, 13th N. Y. Artillery Playing Ball, before Petersburg, Va." Light foxing in background, scarce. (Est. $400-500)
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289. "C. S. Soldier killed by a shell in the Trenches of Fort Mahone, called by the Soldiers 'Fort Damnation.'..." Taken the morning after Union forces stormed the defenses of Petersburg, April 2, 1865. On flat, orange mount, quite a famous study. (Est. $300-500)
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290. Rare stereo of William Seward and family at home in Auburn, New York, c. 1865-6, imprint of H.R. Lindsly, Auburn, NY. In period ink: "Scene in William Seward's Grove, Auburn." Sec. of State Seward is seen sitting to the left of the little girl in white. To the far left and right are, what look like, his two sons Frederick and William, Jr. The women look to be wearing mourning dresses. Seward was most probably convalescing in Auburn after the attempt on his life in April 1865. Excellent detail. A special item. (Est. $200-300)
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291. You will not find many period photographs of this member of Lincoln's inner circle! Very rare stereoview by Anthony, labeled on verso "President's Summer House, Washington." The gentleman on the right is Lincoln's close adviser and Secretary, John Nicolay. Period photographs of Nicolay are almost impossible to find. (Est. $150-250)
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292. "Residence of Jeff. Davis, Richmond, Va." (Est. $150-250)
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293. "Gen. Wilcox and Staff in the field, Army of the Potomac, Va." The camp standard is prominently displayed! (Est. $300-500)
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294. "Maj. Gen. Burnside and Staff at his Headquarters in the field near Richmond, Va." (Est. $400-500)
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295. "Major-General W. F. Smith (Baldy Smith) Commander of the 6th Corps. This view was taken near Malvern Hill, during the 'seven days' fight' in 1862." Smith was promoted to Major General for gallantry at White Oak Swamp, one day prior to the action at Malvern Hill. Flat orange mount, overall quite fine. (Est. $250-350)
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296. "Maj. Gen. W. F. Smith (Baldy Smith) and Staff, in the field, near Richmond, Va." One streak of lightness on right panel else fine, revenue stamp on verso. (Est. $250-300)
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297. "Gen. Heintzelman and Staff, Arlington House, Va."
(Est. $250-350)
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298. "Brig. Gen. Rawlins, Wife and Child, at Gen. Grant's Head Quarters, City Point, Va." Note the inability of the photographer to get the little girl to stop moving her head.
(Est. $250-300)
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Note: All the portraits that follow are amazingly bold, resonant studies... an amazing perfection of silhouette photography that reflect the mastery of the new art and technology.

299. "Brig. Gen. Q. A. Gilmore." (Est. $250-300)
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300. "Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of U. S. Navy." A crisp portrait of "Old Neptune." (Est. $400-500)
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301. "Hon. A. G. Curtin, Gov. of Pennsylvania." An excellent portrait of this loyal Lincoln supporter. (Est. $100-150)
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302. "Rear Admiral W. D. Porter, U. S. N." Astoundingly crisp. (Est. $250-350)
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303. "Maj. Gen. Hurlbut." An extremely difficult example to find, quite nice. (Est. $250-300)
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304. "Brig. Gen. A. S. Williams." (Est. $350-450)
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305. "Maj. Gen. Slocum of R. I.", killed early at the first Bull Run. Excellent! (Est. $350-450)
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306. EXTREMELY rare! A bold, stirring photograph - "Brig. Gen. Torbert of N. J." This one is tough! (Est. $500-600)
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307. "Maj. Gen. N. P. Banks." (Est. $250-300)
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308. "Brig. Gen. James W. Denver." Scarce. (Est. $300-500)
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309. "Rear Admiral Chas. H. Davis." (Est. $200-250)
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310. "Brig. Gen. Ferrero." He received his promotion on the battlefield of Antietam and led Black troops into the Petersburg crater... later accused of being drunk on that command. Excellent! (Est. $300-400)
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311. "Commodore Theodore Bailey, U.S.N." He commanded one of the Monitors under Farragut. (Est. $250-300)
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312. "Maj. Gen. C. C. Dodge." Minor surface abrasions at very bottom, not detracting. Great tone, contrast! (Est. $300-350)
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313. "Maj. Gen. David Hunter." A sharp example from the Prominent Portraits series. (Est. $400-500)
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314. A significant Confederate portrait: "Major Gen. Imboden, C.S.A." Bold, clean. (Est. $500-600)
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315. "Brig. Gen. Green." (Col. Harlan Sanders... eat your heart out!) A hero at Gettysburg... scarce. (Est. $500-600)
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316. "Com. John Rodgers, U.S.N." Light foxing does not detract. (Est. $250-300)
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317. "Maj. Gen. Sykes." Another hero from Gettysburg, incredibly rich contrast. (Est. $400-500)
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318. "Maj. Gen. Thos. L. Crittenden." He's a tough one to find. (Est. $400-500)
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319. "Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger" who commanded forces out west (and spent a LOT of time chasing around after Nathan Bedford Forrest!). (Est. $400-500)
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320. "Maj. Gen. C. C. Augur." So sharp you can see every hair in his muttonchops! (Est. $200-250)
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321. "Maj. Gen. Jef. C. Davis" (1828-79) Union Brigadier General at Fort Sumter at the start of the war, he killed Major General William Nelson over a perceived slight, was acquitted, and later fought at Atlanta and in the Carolinas. Light age in background, a great photo. (Est. $350-400)
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322. A stirring outdoor portrait, "Maj. Gen. Sumner, in the field. Va." Another tough one! (Est. $400-500)
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323. "Brig. Gen. McCullum" Lightly foxed, does not detract. (Est. $200-300)
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324. A wonderful piece of social history, "Tent Life of the 31st Pennsylvania Regiment." Note the three children (seated) who accompany the soldier and his washerwoman wife. Light, even mottling, great composition in this attempt to document another aspect of military life. (Est. $400-600)
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325. "Sandbag Ramparts, at Yorktown, Va." (Est. $300-350)
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326. "Review of Col. Dwight's Excelsior Brigade." Flat, orange mount, look how tightly the pitched tents were laid out! Talk about organization! (Est. $250-300)
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327. Stereoview by Anthony from the original negative by Brady, titled label on verso of flat orange mount: "Fortifications near Yorktown, Va." Light, even age and hint of foxing. (Est. $100-150)
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328. Stereoview by Taylor from the original negative by Brady, titled label on verso of flat orange mount: "The famous 'Swamp Angel' gun; throws rifled shell into Charleston night and day." One tiny scratch in left panel, interesting subject. (Est. $150-250)
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329. Stereo by Anthony, titled label on verso of flat orange mount: "Mortar Battery, Morris Island, SC." One spot, a bit light with some age, a fine period study. (Est. $100-150)
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330. "Gen. Grant's Rail Road, City Point, Va. looking North." Note the team of pack animals in the background and tall ships in the far distance. (Est. $250-300)
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331. "View from the Petersburgh [sic] railroad Depot, Richmond, Va., looking south-west, showing a portion of the burnt district, and Gamble Hill in distance." (Est. $250-300)
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332. "Gen. R. E. Lee's Head Quarters, Gettysburgh [sic]." A really nice example. (Est. $150-200)
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333. A great outdoor view, "Interior of Fort Sumpter [sic], Charleston Harbor, S. C. April 14th, 1865. Arrival of Gen Anderson and the Guests to inaugurate the ceremony of raising the old Flag." (Est. $100-200)
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334. "Hanover Junction, 20 miles from Richmond; a point of note in McClellan's and Grant's Campaigns." (Est. $100-150)
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335. A piece of history: "Torpedo Boat 'Sputyen Duyvil.'" as seen in dock at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The first torpedo boat constructed by the Union, she cleared the obstructions in the James River, allowing Lincoln to steam up the river in the Malvern to Richmond in 1865. (Est. $300-400)
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336. "Camp 31st Pennsylvania Regt. Queens' Farm; Fort Slocum in the distance." (Est. $100-200)
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337. "Rear Entrance, Fort Corcoran, Va." Note the well dressed civilian in a top hat the foreground... no doubt someone looking for a military contract! (Est. $150-200)
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338. "John L. Burns' Cottage at Gettyburgh [sic]." At the ripe, old age of seventy, John L. Burns, a veteran of the War of 1812, became one of the most famous civilian warriors in American history. On July 1, 1863, he left the shelter of his Gettysburg home and joined in the fighting west of town. Wounded and captured, he survived the battle to become a national celebrity. In the months that followed, he was visited by reporters and photographers; he received the personal thanks of Lincoln; Congress passed a special act granting him a pension. A great photograph. (Est. $300-400)
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339. A great posed 'action' shot, "Big gun at Fort Woodbury, Va." These were the 1st CT Heavies. A remarkable photograph capturing the "feel" of the day. (Est. $250-350)
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340. "Wood on the left wing, Battle of Gettysburgh [sic]." (Est. $100-150)
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341. "Embarkation for White House, from Yorktown, Va." Note the steamer Robert Morris in background. Great details. (Est. $150-200)
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342. An arresting outdoor view, "Wounded at Savage Station, Va." Light foxing does nothing to detract. Sad to reflect on how many of those being transported to field hospitals likely did not survive. (Est. $300-350)
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343. "Cemetery Gate, Gettysburgh [sic]." Taken soon after the battle, what a mess! (Est. $250-300)
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344. A wonderful image, "View of Pontoon Bridge over the James River." If you look closely, you can see a long train of people and pack animals crossing the bridge from end to end. (Est. $200-250)
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345. "Palmeto [sic] Grove, Morris Island, S. C." Flat, peach mount, quite fine. (Est. $60-80)
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346. "The James River at City Point, Va.", a great study showing this important embarcation point during the war absolutely bristling with warships. (Est. $200-250)
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347. "Ruins in the Burnt District, Richmond, Va." An evocative document of ruination by warfare. (Est. $250-300)
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348. A rich outdoor view, "13th N. Y. Artillery, winter Quarters, before Petersburg." (Est. $250-300)
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349. Check out that Sutler's tent! The Sutler was the quasi-military (sometimes private-contract) army storekeeper. These infamous opportunists sold to a "captive market" overpriced goods ranging from canned sardines, peaches, and ginger cakes to condensed milk, plug tobacco and like reminders of life back home. Fine outdoor view, "W. J. Johnson's tent, Purveyor 2d. division, 9th Corps, Army of the Potomac, Va." Great tone, contrast, detail! (Est. $400-600)
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350. One of the most famous figures of the Civil War... his home became a tourist site: "R. B. Rhett's Residence, Beaufort, S. C." (Est. $200-300)
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351. The first example of this photograph we've seen... a great outdoor view, "Soldiers filling their water Cart, Army of the Potomac, Va." Note the African American gentleman seated on the cart at extreme right. (Est. $350-400)
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352. "Redoubt Zabriskie on Cobb's Hill to protect Signal Tower." Light foxing, great content. (Est. $150-200)
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353. A good set of four (4) outdoor views including "View of Gunboat Delaware and Monitor in the distance, James River.", "Army gun boat 'Parks' Point of rocks, Appomattox river, Va.", "Long Dock, Hilton Head, Port Royal, S. C."(peach mount), and a view of an unidentified rocky field and hills mislabeled on verso as "The Wharf at City Point, Va." A nice group. (Est. $400-500)
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354. A great pair (2) of outdoor images featuring crowds of troops in the field including "Christian Commission, at White House, Va." and "View of Belle Plain, James River, showing tents of the Sanitary Commission." Light foxing does not detract. (Est. $350-450)
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355. Three (3) outdoor views including "View of the celebrated Rebel Fort Darling, and obstructions in the James river, near Richmond, Va.", "View of a Virginian Swamp, near the Appomatox River, Va.," and "View on Port Royal Island, S.C."
(Est. $300-350)
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356. A good set of six (6) outdoor views including "The Light House and Bomb Proofs of Fort Sumpter [sic], S. C.", "Fort and Ammunition, at Yorktown, Va.", "Cavalry Quarters, City Point, Va.", "Fairfax Seminary, Va.", "Rebels Fort on the Marrietta [sic] Road, north of the City, Atlanta.", "View from the parapet of Fort Moultrie, Charleston Harbor, S.C., looking N.E." A fine group lot. (Est. $500-750)
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357. An excellent set of five (5) outdoor views including "Mortar Battery in Ft. McAllister, Savannah, Ga.", "James River Pontoon Bridge, opened for the passage of Steamers.", "Pontoon Bridge on the James River, Richmond Va...", "Signal tower, Ceppe's Hill, James River.", and "Cattle for the Army of the Potomac." (Est. $400-450)
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358. The South in ruins! A group of six (6) outdoor views including four excellent scenes of what was left of Charleston after the Confederates evacuated the city in 1864. Includes the "...the Catholic Cathedral...", "The Mills House...", "...the Battery...", and "...the North Eastern Depot..." Together with two images of Virginia including "ruin in the burnt district, from Cary Street, Richmond, Va." and our token intact structure: "Head Quarters of Gen. Patrick's Scouts, City Point, Va." The last image bears a few losses to mount, affecting one frame at top right. Another fine group lot. (Est. $400-500)
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359. A set of six (6) outdoor views of Morris Island, South Carolina, including two copies of "Interior view of Swamp Battery..."(one on peach mount), together with "Interior of Fort Wagner", "Mortar Battery in Ft. Chatfield...", "Interior of Fort Wagner... Provost guard on duty.", "Interior view ", and one detailed in ink on verso of peach mount "The old 'Beacon Home' Morris Island Sept. 1864." (Est. $350-400)
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360. A set of five (5) views of Virginia toward the close of the war including "Ruins of the Gallego Flour Mills, in the burnt district, Richmond, Va. This building was 13 stories high, and turned out 1800 bbls. of Four per day.", "View of Aikens' house, on James river, near Dutch Gap.", "Washington Monument, in the Capitol Grounds, Richmond, Va...", "St. John's church, Church Hill, Richmond, Va. This church is the place where Patrick Henry made his immortal speech." Note the boys all lined up against the wall in the foreground. Also together with a view misidentified as "Falls Church, Va." corrected in pencil: "Westover House near Harrison's Landing, James River, Va." (Est. $200-300)
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361. This end-of-the war parade must have the BEST ever seen! "Grand Review of the Great Veteran Armies of Grant and Sherman at Washington, on the 23d and 24th May, 1865." An "Instantaneous" image of "Sherman's Grand Army... Maj. Gen Jef. C. Davis and Staff and 19th Army Corps passing in Review." Sad Lincoln didn't live to witness this celebration. (Est. $250-300)
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362. "Grand Review of the Great Veteran Armies of Grant and Sherman at Washington..." A great image of "The Army of the Potomac... Maj. Gen. Wright and Staff, and 6th Army Corps passing in review." Another of the celebration. (Est. $250-300)
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363. One of the more infamous sites: "Tobacco Warehouses on High St. Petersburgh [sic], Va., used by the Rebels as temporary Prisons. View from the south side." Nick at top corner of mount else quite fine. (Est. $150-200)
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364. Stereoview by Anthony, titled label on verso: "Libby Prison, Richmond, VA." A fine example presenting one of the most infamous sites associated with the Civil War.
(Est. $150-200)
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365. A quite unusual stereoview: amputees selling lemonade on Boston Common. The signs on the tree offer "Pure lemonade" and "Jessop's Candy" while calling on passersby to "Patronize disabled soldiers." The fellow in light suit is missing an arm while man in dark suit is missing a leg.
(Est. $100-200)
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366. Three (3) New York scenes rich in Civil War and Lincoln history: the Astor House (where Lincoln slept when visiting NYC); the City Hall; and, of course, the Cooper Union. Some typical age, overall good. (Est. $100-200)
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367. Group of six (6) stereoviews of Washington D.C. including the Capitol, White House, Treasury, Patent and Post Offices and the Department of Agriculture, all by Bell & Bro., Washington. A nice collection. (Est. $150-200)
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368. Two impressive stereoviews: one by Anthony being the "Statue of A. Lincoln in the Rotunda of the Capitol"; the other a similar view, this by Wakely, 1866 copyright. This work is the earliest, official statue of the fallen President. Excellent. (Est. $60-80)
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