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1860's Capitol Building, Washington, D.C. CDV

SOLD!!! A nice CDV of the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. after 1863. Work is still going on outside of the Capitol. You can see the back of George Washington's monument with trees that need to be planted. There is no backmark on the CDV.

Confederate General A.P. Hill CDV

SOLD!!! One of Lee's generals from the Army of Northern Virgina! A nice CDV of General Ambrose Powell Hill. General Hill graduated from West Point and fought in the Mexican War and against the Seminoles. He was promoted to Lt. General in the Confederate army. He was killed at Petersburg at the end of the war. There is no back mark on this CDV

1864 CDV of Fort Sumter in ruins

SOLD!!! A nice photograph of Fort Sumter in April 20, 1864 after three years of bombardment! As you can see the fort is almost rubble. You can still see the Confederate flag flying over the fort! On the back of the CDV in period ink is "Fort Sumter - April 20, '64". There is no backmark.

General Rosencran's Headquarters in Murfreesboro

SOLD!!!! A hard to find outdoor photograph of General Rosencran's headquarters in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The photograph has a backmark of "Butler, Bonsall, & Co., Army Photographers".

Captured Cannons From Mission Ridge Albumen

SOLD!!!! Scarce 1800's photograph titled at bottom border "Artillery Taken From The Rebels At The Battle Of Mission Ridge" referencing the 25 November 1863 battle at Missionary Ridge, just east of Chattanooga, TN. Photo measures approximately 13" x 10.25" on a cardboard backing measuring 14.5" x 12". Photo, devoid of human figures, displays a long row of cannons receding into the background (eight visible) lined up before a pair of houses and several leafless trees. Photo has a light water stain at bottom and isolated spotting, otherwise in very good condition with a clear, crisp central image.

Wonderful CDV of Robert E. Lee's Arlington Home

This is an incredible CDV of Robert E. Lee's home in Arlington overlooking Washington. This great photo has several people walking and sitting outside. The photographer backmark is "Cross & Childs Photographers - Forts Richardson & Lyon, VA.". Written on the back in period ink is "Home of Gen. R.E. Lee Arlington Hts. Va".

Confederate General P.G.T. Beauregard CDV

SOLD!!! A nice bust shot of Confederate General P.G.T. Beauregard. In this nice shot of Beauregard, he has silver colored hair. There is no backmark.

CDV of the Monitor and Merrimac Naval Battle


A CDV of the naval battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac. Since ther are no known photographs of the actual battle, this is a CDV of a artists rendering of the battle.

Identified 12 Georgia "Immortal 600" Photograph

SOLD!!! This is a great photograph of Lt. C.C. Grace of the 12th Georgia Infantry. The 12th Georgia was a great hard fighting unit. Lt. Grace was captured at Spotsylvania on May 10, 1864. He was one of the 600 Confederate officers exposed to fire from Charleston at Morris Island, S.C. The photograph is slightly larger than a CDV and is approximately 4 3/8 inches by 3 1/2 inches. The photographer tinted the photograph gray. You can see the yellow or egg based color of CDVs or albumens so there is no question this is an early photograph.

Old Abe - The Wisconsin War Eagle - CDV

A great CDV of Old Abe - The Wisconsin War Eagle! Old Abe traveled with the 8th Wisconsin Infantry for three years. This is a great from life photograph.

Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson CDV

SOLD!!! A great CDV of Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson. He was truly the South's warrior. This is a very clear bust shot of Stonewall in his Confederate General's uniform. The four corners are trimmed to fit in an album. There is no backmark.

Captain John E. Williams, Co. D - 89 Indiana CDV

SOLD!!! An identified CDV to Captain John E. Williams, Co. D, 89 Indiana Infantry. The identification is written in period ink on the back of the CDV. There is a crease from the top of the card to the bottom on the left of the CDV.

CDV of Photographer with Shack at Umbrella Rock

SOLD!!! A wonderful CDV of a photographer holding a cane seated under Umbrella Rock with his photographic shack to the side where he developed CDVs and hard images! The backmark is "Photographed at Gallery Point Lookout, Lookout Mountain, A.D. 1864 - R.M. Linn, Prop'r." with a United States flag.

Soldiers at Lula Falls-Lookout Mountain CDV

A really great CDV of three soldiers standing in front of Loulah Falls on Lookout Mountain. The backmark on the CDV is "Photographed at Gallery Point Lookout, Lookout Mountain, A.D. 1864 - R.M. Linn, Prop'r" with a United States flag. This is a very hard to find CDV of Lookout Mountain.

General Thomas & Staff on Lookout Mountain Albumen

SOLD!!! Outstanding albumen of General Thomas and is staff photographed on Lookout Mountain. This fantastic photograph has all the officers identified on the photograph. The photograph is approximately 15 15/16 inches by 13 1/4 inches. These large albumens very rarely come on the market. Don't miss this one!

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