Sale 779 — Civil War Postal History and Autographs

Sale Date — Wednesday, 10 July, 1996

Category — Cartes-De-Visites

Lot
Symbol
Photo/Description
Cat./Est. Value
Realized
239
 
Sale 779, Lot 239, Cartes-De-VisitesGeorge N. Barnard. Signature on carte-de-visite, no imprint, Very Fine, rare and choice image of the famed Civil War photographer, recently discovered

E. 600-800
950
240°
 
Sale 779, Lot 240, Cartes-De-VisitesAmbrose E. Burnside. Union general. Signed carte-de-visite of the general in uniform, imprint of Case & Getchell of Boston, reverse with pencil note, most likely from a veteran: "Gallant Commander of the Old Ninth Corps" Very Fine

E. 1,000-1,500
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241
 
Lovell Harrison Rousseau. Three CDVs, one signed on back, with rank ("Maj. Genl. USvols"), accompanied by an unsigned image (in uniform, Morse's Gallery of the Cumberland imprint on back) and CDV of his daughter posing with a "Miss Lilly Ward of Louisville Ky.", Fine

E. 150-200
200
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242°
 
Sale 779, Lot 242, Cartes-De-VisitesWinfield Scott. Carte-de-visite of the general in uniform, in fancy paper frame of photo album and signed in margin, "Winfield Scott, 1862", photo by Charles Fredericks, matting with some edge toning barely affecting signature which is otherwise bold and large, Fine and attractive piece. This came from the collection of Kate Chase, daughter of Salmon Chase

E. 750-1,000
750
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243
 
Sale 779, Lot 243, Cartes-De-VisitesGeorge H. Thomas. Signature as Major General on carte-de-visite, Fine

E. 300-400
750
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244
 
[Carte-de-Visite]. Portrait of Genl. William F. Barry, no imprint, Very Fine

E. 100-150
50
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245
 
Sale 779, Lot 245, Cartes-De-Visites[Carte-de-Visite]. Albumen print of Genl. Robert Seaman Granger seated on a Nashville porch and surrounded by six officers, imprint on back for the Metropolitan Gallery (J.H. Van Stavoren, proprietor) in Nashville, Very Fine and choice, recently discovered

E. 250-350
325
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246
 
Sale 779, Lot 246, Cartes-De-Visites[Union Soldier]. CDV, imprint of Leon Van Loo of Cincinnati on back

E. 60-80
210
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247
 
[Cartes-de-Visite]. 37, all Civil War images, includes large group of officers and enlisted men, a number of which are signed or identified including rank, regiment, etc., also several generals including Sherman, Hooker, Milroy (two different from the same sitting), etc., also Lincoln & his son Tad, Booth, nurses, etc., imprints include Barnard, Morse, etc., Fine lot

E. 600-800
2,100
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