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Neat view of Charles H Ruggles 13th Michigan Infantry Army of the
Cumberland, served 10/61-7/65 rising from Pvt to Lt.  Great view wearing an
Engineers Insignia on his hat.  Lookout Mtn photographer.  
$250
CDV of Captain James McDonald 17th Ohio Vols and CS for the 21st Army
Corps, Army of the Cumberland.  
$175
Spectacular 1/4 Tintype of 8 Union Soldiers, one officer and one sargeant.  
Very Clear and clean with one minor ding upper right caused by brass
retainer.  They don't come any better than this.  
$1000
Colonel Joseph L Kirby Smith 43rd Ohio Vols Killed at Corinth Ms in 1862.  
Rare subject.
$250
Colonel Thomas Cass 9th Massachusetts Vols, Killed at Malvern Hill in
1862. Tilton bm.
$275
Rare view of Union General Hector Tyndale by Gutenkunst.  
$225
Anthony Stereoview of Custer and pet Dog taken early in the War.  Rare
$1600
Rare Lee cdv by the Lee Gallery of Richmond, with a great inscription the
verso.  
$550
Ultra rare view of Lee just after Gettysburg by Minnis of Richmond with his
known pink card.  Imprint was probably below image where it has been
trimmed off.  Very rare view of a haggard Lee lending some credence to the
thought he was ill during the Gettysburg campaign.  
$1100
Nicely framed and matted autographed signed check of Gettysburg Medal of
Honor winner 1st Vermont Cavalry General William Wells.
$200
Lee by Vannerson and Jones of Richmond.
Sold
1/4 Plate Tintype of Francis Becket 5th and 20th Connecticut Vols WIA
Chancellorsville.
$250
View of admrial Farragut with his autograph affixed to the verso of the Carte
$450
Rarely if ever seen an autographed carte of the Grey Ghost himself John
Mosby.  
$5000
Brady CDV of Confederate 12 Pounder captured by the 17th NYVols at
Hanover Courthouse VA.  
$250
A view attributed as the Camp of Battery G, 50th Massachusetts taken at
Baton Rouge La in 1862 from the Groves collection.  
$200
Rare view of Union Artillery covered against the rain at Baton Rouge La in
1862.  Taken by Confederate photographers McPherson and Oliver La.
Another Groves collection piece.  
$350
     
     
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Goldin view of General Wesley Merritt
$400
General George Strong mortally wounded in the Assault on Battery Wagner
near Charleston SC.
$200
Very sharp view of Union V Corps Commander George Sykes.
$225
Rare view of General Meade and Admiral Porter discussing Strategy.  
Meade is wearing a Lincoln Mourning Ribbon dating the photo to mid 1865.
$450
Sargent Benjamin Robinson 7th Connecticut Vols, WIA James Island,
Pocataglio, Newmarket Rd.  Spectacular image of the remains of the
Regimental Flag.
$1500
Scarce pose of Colonel Henry Noble 17th Connecticut Vols, severely
wounded at Chancellorsville.  
Sold
Rare view of James Garfield taken in the field by photographer traveling with
the Army of the Cumberland with no imprint.  
$450
Ultra-rare Autographed view of General George H Wagner of Franklin
infamy signed on the front by the same traveling photographer as the
Garfield.
$750
Autographed view of Thomas L Crittenden Corps commander in the Army of
the Cumberland until after Chickamauga, same photographer in the field.  
$550