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Zouave with Sharps Rifle - Berdan Sharpshooters

SOLD!!! This is a wonderful cabinet card with a zouave holding a Sharps rifle. On the back of the card is "George N. Cozine - Zouave-Member of Co. F, 44th N.Y. Volunteers - Ellsworth Avengers - Berdan Sharpshooters" in period ink. The photographers mark is J.C. Abbott - 480 Broadway, Albany. The card is approximately 4 1/8 inches wide and 6 1/2 inches tall.

Identified Armed New York Infantry Soldier CDV

SOLD! This is a wonderful CDV of a well armed New York soldier. This soldier is identified as Dan Rueben. An eagle plate, cap box, US plate, and rifle are very well seen in this photo. The backmark is "J. Winter's Portrait and Photograph Gallery, Syracuse, N.Y.". The CDV is identified by a pencil identification on the back.

The Last American Revolutionary War Veteran CDV

SOLD! Very rarely do we ever get any item related to the American Revolution but here is a CDV of the last American Revolution veteran. His name is Daniel Frederick Bakeman and he is 109 years old in this image. What a great image of one of our founding fathers!

Pennsylvania Cavalry Armed CDV

SOLD!!! This is a great cavalry CDV! This wonderful full standing shot of a cavalry soldier ready to fight the Rebs. The soldier is holding his sword and has great boots. He also has some type of badge on his left breast. The backmark is "From Charles Cohill's "Boot Gallery", S.E. Cor. Fifth & Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia."

Civil War Musician with Saxhorn

A great CDV of a Civil War musician holding a saxhorn. Another difficult group of images to find in today's market. There is no backmark.

Confederate Gun Emplacement at Port Hudson CDV

SOLD!!! A great CDV ov a captured Confederate cannon at Port Hudson. This photo was taken by McPhereson & Oliver Photographers after Port Hudson surrendered to Union forces. It is getting very difficult to find these outdoor Civil War photographs.

Lookout Mountain Half Plate of Civilians

SOLD!!! A wonderful half plate of a group of civilians standing out on the rock on Lookout Mountain. Great photo, don't miss it!

Richard A. Sneed, UCV Commander in Chief 1929-1930

SOLD!!! A wonderful photo of Richard A. Sneed who was Commander in Chief of the United Confederate Veterans from 1929 to 1930. This is an approximately 8" by 10" photo that is signed by Sneed in white ink! The photo is framed in a small red frame and has been there for quite some time. There is a small pamphlet that goes with the photo and tells about Sneed. He was in the 18th Mississippi and fought for the whole war with the Army of Northern Virginia. He was captured twice. After the war he went back to Mississippi and then on to Oklahoma( Indian Territory) in the 1880's. He was Secretary of State for Oklahoma and also the state treasurer. In 1929 he was elected Commander in Chief of the United COnfederate Veterans. This is a wonderful photo!

Civil War CDV of Men Boxing in Outdoor Camp

SOLD!!! If you are looking for an unusual outstanding Civil War cdv this is the one. This great cdv has two men boxing surrounded by soldiers and civilians. The men are in front of three houses/tents and under trees. If you look at the middle house you will see people looking through the window to watch the fight. This is another one of the great images that just came out of a 30 year collection. All these cdvs were found in the early 1970's. You don't find these at todays Civil War shows!

Photographer "Printing Room" Bermuda 100 CDV

SOLD!!! Absolutely outstanding cdv of two photographers standing outside their "Printing Room". On the table between the two men are four photographs. On the back of the carte is "Scene at Bermuda 100, Va. March 1865 - Photographers "Printing Rooms"" in period ink. A second cdv of the photographer in the door of the first cdv. The backmark on this one is "Sumner & Harris, Union Gallery, Gen'l Butler's H.Qrs. in the Field". In period ink is "Yours Truly - M.A. Huyck(?) - March 2nd, 1865 - To Mr. G.F. Tindall". These two cdvs recently came out of a 30 year collection. Images of this quality rarely hit the markert. Don't miss this one.

Man on Lookout Mountain Cabinet Card

SOLD!!! Here is a great cabinet card of a man sitting on Lookout Mountain, The photographers on this cabinet card is Hardie Bros., Lookout Mountain, Tenn. Please note the damage on the card on the front photo.

Chattanooga from Lookout Mountain Stereoview

SOLD!!! A neat stereoview with a man looking at Chattanooga and the Tennessee Valley from Lookout Mountain. The card is curved.

Man in Straw Hat sitting on Lookout Mountain Stere

SOLD!!! Here is a stereoview of a man in a straw hat sitting on Lookout Mountain looking at Chattanooga and the Tennessee River. The card has a curve in it.

Cannon on Lookout Mountain Stereoview

SOLD!!! A great stereoview of a cannon overlooking Chattanooga and the Tennessee River. The card has some curving to it.

Tennessee River View from Lookout Mountain Stereo

SOLD!!! Another wonderful stereoview of the Tennessee River from Lookout Mountain. This stereoview has some water damage at the top of the card. There is no backmark.

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