NEW ARRIVALS; updated 10/14/2017
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Fantastic view of three Union Amputees showing their missing limbs.  
Unfortunately no id's but in period ink on the verso " Three Hero's of the
Great Struggle for Civil & ____ Country"  Middle soldier still wearing his
uniform while the other two are mostly in civilian garb. Rarely seen important
image of the casualties of War.
Ultra-rare Gallery Card of Buffalo Bill, General Miles and several Officers at
the Battle of Wounded Knee.  Published by Northwestern Photographic Co.
1/6th Plate Ruby Ambro of Private Adam Motzer of the 93rd Pa Vols and his
Bone VI Corps Ring.  Served 2/64-6/65 with the hard fighting VI Corps
Regiment.  Separated full case.
1/6 Plate Ambro of a Union Soldier holding a Rare Rupertus Revolver.  
Comes in a Thermoplastic case as seen.
CDV of General George F Shepley of Maine.  "Lawyer, U.S. district attorney,
state legislator, and judge, of Portland, Me.; commissioned as colonel in 12th
Regiment, Maine Volunteer Infantry during Civil War; made military
commander of New Orleans, La., and in 1862 appointed military governor of
State of Louisiana; appointed brigadier-general and ordered to duty as
commander of the Department of Virginia and North Carolina to command
the 1st Military District (Virginia); joined with A.A. Strout to form Portland, Me.,
law firm of Shepley & Strout in 1866; from 1869 until his death appointed first
judge of the First Circuit Court of the U.S.; son of Maine Chief Justice Ether
1/6th Plate Tintype of an Unidentified US Bucktail Soldier from either the
149th or 150th Pennsylvania Volunteers.  Note shoulder scales on uniform
which was typical for soldiers of these regiments early in their service.  
Shown standing with rifle and equipment.  Wonderful and scarce.
Brady view of Congressman and General Daniel Sickles of NY.  
Spectacular Brady view of General David B Birney of the III Corps.
Tinted large albumen of General Charles Doolittle of Michigan.  "Doolittle was
born in Burlington, Vermont, the son of Matthew Doolittle. He attended school
in Montreal, Quebec, and moved to New York City in 1847, finally settling in
Hillsdale, Michigan, where he was a store clerk.  He was commissioned first
lieutenant in Company E, 4th Michigan Infantry on June 20, 1861, and
promoted to captain of Company H on August 20, 1861. His regiment
participated in the Peninsula Campaign, where he was wounded at the Battle
of Gaines' Mill on June 28, 1862. He was promoted to colonel and assumed
command of the 18th Michigan Infantry on August 13, 1862. Doolittle and his
regiment served in the Western Theater for the duration of the war, with
various assignments in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia. His
troops helped defend Athens, Alabama, against Confederate cavalry under
Joseph Wheeler and Decatur, Alabama, against John Bell Hood.  On April
22, 1865, President Andrew Johnson appointed Doolittle brigadier general of
volunteers to rank from January 27, 1865.[1] President Abraham Lincoln had
nominated Doolittle for the appointment on January 30, 1865 and the U.S.
Senate confirmed the nomination on February 14, 1865 but Lincoln was
unable to make the formal appointment before he was assassinated.[1]
Doolittle was mustered out of the volunteer service on November 30,
1865.[1] On February 24, 1866, President Johnson nominated Doolittle for
appointment to the brevet grade of major general of volunteers, to rank from
March 13, 1865, and the U.S. Senate confirmed the appointment on May 4,
Fantastic autographed view of Robert E Lee in Uniform.  Vannerson and
Jones bm.
CDV of Confederate General Richard Taylor of Louisiana.  Anthony
Previously framed Patriotic ensemble of three carte de visites of which one is
a Union Drummer boy, with possibly a second one also, though he has no
drum (right).  Young girl cdv on top.  All mounted underneath the patriotic
picture on top.  
Ultra-rare and important Autographed view of Custer by Brady.  Rarely seen
on the marketplace.
Unique pair of Captain Robert Potter and his freed slave Servant Bob of the
2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery.  Published in Keasy's fine work "They were
too Young to Die".  Volume in youth who served in the Civil War.  Rarely do
you have the pair of the officer and his freed slave images together.