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      70 items in Civil War. Displaying items 21 through 30.


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Battle of Fredericksburg. Laying Ponton Bridges under Fire.
MEDIUM:Chromolithograph
ARTIST:.
ENGR. / LITHR.:.
PUBLISHER:L. Prang & Co. Boston
DATE:1887
SIZE:15 x 21 1/2"
CONDITION:Good condition and color
PRICE:$ 650
DESCRIPTION:  

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The Army of the Potomac. The Wagon Trains of the Army of the Potomac en Route from Chickahominy to James River VA During the Seven Days Fight. (Fording Bear Creek one mile below Savage Station.) June 29th 1862.
MEDIUM:Two stone lithograph
ARTIST:John B. Bachelder
ENGR. / LITHR.:J. H. Bufford
PUBLISHER:Published by Jn. Bachelder, 123 Washington St. Boston, Mass.
DATE:1863
SIZE:17 x 27 1/8
CONDITION:Good condition*
PRICE:$ 2,000
DESCRIPTION:   Lithograph of J. H. Bufford, Boston. This print shows the Army of the Potomac crossing Bear Creek, Virginia, on June 29th, 1862, with a huge baggage train stretching in many columns into the distance. John Bachelder (1825-1894) was a talented New England artist. During the Civil War he spent a great deal of time travelling with the troops, often making on-the-spot sketches. Many Union officers respected him and his work. General John Caldwell wrote in early 1863, "At Fair Oaks, Virginia, I frequently met Mr. Bachelder, at that time making sketches of various phases of the Battle of Seven Pines and Fair Oaks. Several of the sketches were shown to me, and I think them by far the most accurate of any I have ever seen.
*Fine original hand coloring.

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Nashville, and the Camp of the 125th Regiment of Ills. Vols. Inft. at Edgefield Tennessee
MEDIUM:Lithograph
ARTIST:.
ENGR. / LITHR.:.
PUBLISHER:Lithograph by Theod. Schrader Chestnut Str., St. Louis. Mo.
DATE:c. 1864
SIZE:17 3/4 x 24 5/8"
CONDITION:Good condition*
PRICE:$ 9,750
DESCRIPTION:   A fine and extremely rare Civil War era view of Nashville, Tennessee. This view shows the city from across the Cumberland River. In the foreground is the encampment of the 125th Illinois Volunteer Regiment. The 125th was stationed here from December 1862 until August 1863. No artist name is noted, but it is likely that it was drawn and privately published by a member of the regiment. The printer, Theodore Schrader, worked in St. Lewis, Missouri, during the 1860s. The shop has no record of owning this view before and cannot locate any institutional examples.
*Good condition, save for trace foxing in sky.

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The Battle of Gettysburg
MEDIUM:Mixed-media engraving
ARTIST:P. F. Rothermel
ENGR. / LITHR.:John Sartain
PUBLISHER:P. F. Rothermel
DATE:1872
SIZE:20 3/4 x 35 1/2
CONDITION:Good condition*
PRICE:$ 2,800
DESCRIPTION:   Extra-large mixed-media engraving by John Sartain after P. F. Rothermel. Published by Rothermel, 1872. This action-filled scene graphically illustrates the greatest and bloodiest battle of the Civil War, when more than 40,000 Union and Confederate soldiers were killed or wounded. On mounted india paper, as issued. Black and white.
*Good conditon save for a repaired tear on lower left. Small breaks on the India paper on the title area.

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T. J. Jackson
MEDIUM:Engraving
ARTIST:.
ENGR. / LITHR.:A. B. Walter
PUBLISHER:Bradley & Co.
DATE:1871
SIZE:Vignette 17 3/4 x 14 1/4
CONDITION:Fine condition
PRICE:$ 395
DESCRIPTION:   Engraving by A. B. Walter after a photograph from life. Published by Bradley & Co., 1871. Oval vignette with facsimile signatures with imprint reading: "Sold by authority of the Jackson Monument Association for the purpose of creating a Monument to the memory of Genl. Thomas J. Jackson, at the Virginia Military Institute Lexington, Va." Next to Lee, "Stonewall" Jackson was the South's greatest and most loved general. He earned his nickname at the first Battle of Bull Run and was fatally wounded at Chancellorsville. Current image is black and white. Restrike.

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G.A. Custer
MEDIUM:Steel engraving; hand colored
ARTIST:Mathew B. Brady
ENGR. / LITHR.:
PUBLISHER:Virtue & Yorston, New York.
DATE:1866
SIZE:4 3/4 x 4 1/4 inches
CONDITION:4 3/4 x 4 1/4
PRICE:$ 75
DESCRIPTION:   George Armstrong Custer (December 5, 1839 June 25, 1876) was a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the Indian Wars.

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Newbern.
MEDIUM:Steel engraving, hand colored
ARTIST:W. Momberger
ENGR. / LITHR.:Geo. E. Perine
PUBLISHER:
DATE:1866
SIZE:4 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches
CONDITION:Good condition with modern hand color.
PRICE:$ 75
DESCRIPTION:   Engraved by Geo. E. Perine expressly for Abbott's Civil War. The Battle of New Bern was fought on March 14, 1862, near the city of New Bern, North Carolina, as part of the Burnside Expedition of the American Civil War.

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Battle of Spottsylvania.
MEDIUM:Chromolithograph
ARTIST:Thure de Thulstrup
ENGR. / LITHR.:.
PUBLISHER:Copyright 1887 by L. Prang & Co. Boston. American Lithographic Co.
DATE:1887
SIZE:Image size 15 x 21 1/2" (380 x 547 mm).
CONDITION:Good condition, save for overall toning.
PRICE:$ 500
DESCRIPTION:   Issued by the American Lithographic Company, this print is from a later edition of the Louis Prang portfolio of 18 important Civil War battles. In May of 1864, after the "Battle of the Wilderness", the Union army advanced on Richmond. The Confederate army stalled the advance at Spottsylvania Court House for almost two weeks. The battle was tactically inconclusive, but with almost 32,000 casualties on both sides, it was the costliest battle of the campaign.

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Civil War Uniforms (suppplied title). Plate CLXXII.
MEDIUM:Chromolithograph,
ARTIST:.
ENGR. / LITHR.:.
PUBLISHER:Published by the U.S. Government, Washington, DC.
DATE:1895.
SIZE:Image size 16 3/8 x 27 1/8".
CONDITION:Good condition and color save centerfold repair.
PRICE:$ 425.
DESCRIPTION:   Litographed by Julius Bien & Co. From "Atlas to Accopany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861 - 1865. Two rows of officer and soldier uniforms from both armies are separated by Illustrations of badges, buttons and other insignia.

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Interior of Fort Sumter. : During the Bombardment, April 12th 1861
MEDIUM:Lithograph, hand colored
ARTIST:.
ENGR. / LITHR.:.
PUBLISHER:Currier & Ives, 152 Nassau St. New York
DATE:c. 1861
SIZE:8 1/2 x 11 7/8"
CONDITION:Good condition*
PRICE:$ 650
DESCRIPTION:   This interior scene depicts Union soldiers firing artillery from Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor during the opening battle of the Civil War.
*Good condition with original hand color save short repaired break at top and bottom center; tiny filled hole.


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