**WOW** TWO CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS HOLDING THE COLORS OF THE 111th PENN VOLUNTEERS!
Outstanding CDV of two Union veteran soldiers proudly holding the battled and tattered colors from the 111th Pennsylvania Volunteers. The PV participated in some of the wars largest battles, including Antietam, Chancellorsville, Rappahannock Station, Lookout Mountain and Gettysburg.
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate cavalry uniform and snake belt buckle with two revolvers]
1 photograph : sixth-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; 9.4 x 8.4 cm (case)
YOUNG CONFEDERATE CAVALRY SOLDIER RARE ORIGINAL CIVIL WAR TINTYPE PHOTOGRAPH
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American Civil War - Patriotic Wife - Original Unsigned CDV Photograph
Carte de Visite of what appears from her outfit to be a Civil War "Daughter of the Regiment" or Vivandiere. Many of these young volunteers were either wives or sisters of soldiers in the Regiment. These patriotic young women followed the Regiments as their mascot or perhaps nurse. Wonderful patriotic pose photographed in Boston at Miller & Rowell Studio. *s*
Rare Civil War Saber Bayonet Tintype Pair of Double Armed Federal Soldiers
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