|9th Corps 1/6 Plate Ambrotype|
Nice image of a gentleman wearing his jacket with his 9th Corps badge on his vest. Civil War.
|Tinted Ambro of a Civil War Sergeant|
Nicely tinted sixth plate of a Civil War Officer. He is wearing his jacket with Sergeant stripes on each arm. Tinted cheeks.
|Identified Civil War Soldier CDV|
Identified mount verso in period hand. W.O. Dexter, of Corning Steuben Co. NY. With revenue stamp mount verso.
|Ninth Plate Seated Civil War Soldier Tintype|
Ninth plate ferrotype of a seated union private. He poses with his right hand over his heart as if honoring the American flag while his thumb is tucked in his coat. His buttons and the insignia on his kepi is gilded. The soldier's cheeks are lightly ...
|Ada Rehan Cabinet Card by Newsboy|
A cabinet card by Newsboy of the actress Ada Rehan. Identified mount recto 'Ada Rehan' with Newsboy's New York stamp. One crease lower left, does not affect image. She was born April 22, 1857 in Limerick, Ireland and died in Jan. 8, 1916, New York, N...
|Man in Costume with a Civil War NCO Sword|
Cabinet card of a man in some sort of theatrical costume posing against a wonderful background. he holds a Civil War NCO sword.
|ID'd Civil War Naval Officer CDV|
Excellent Civil War CDV of Union Navy Officer A.H. Foote with the American Flag, painted background. Appears to be a photograph of a painting. The officer is pictured in an elaborate uniform with a regal expression on his face. Behind the officer is ...
|Civil War Soldier Full Plate Tintype - Framed|
Well done hand painted full plate tintype of a Civil War Soldier complete with kepi. This full plate tintype is matted and framed in an ornate wooden frame with slight damage - normal wear after 150+ years.
Fantastic Civil War specimen!
|Civil War Powder Flask Replica|
Very nice replica of a popular Civil War powder flask with authentic charger and spring. From tip to the end it is 8 inches long and approximately 3-3/8 inches at it's widest point. It is approx 6-1/8 inches long not including the tip.
|CDV of E. M. Stanton|
CDV engraving of Edwin M. Stanton; name printed on mount. Hon. E. M. Stanton, served as the Secretary of War during the Civil War. Later he was appointed to the Supreme Court, but passed away a few days later.
Image of a man with his Civil War GAR badge on his cap.
|Civil War Confederate and Wife Tintype|
Image of a seated Civil War soldier with his wife standing at his side. His uniform and specifically, his kepi, appear to be CSA-issued, making him possibly a Rebel. Confederate Civil War soldier images are rare, to say the least. Housed in a complet...
|Journalist Eric Sevareid Silver Photographs|
Two images each measuring 8 x 10 of famous 20th century broadcast journalist Eric Sevareid. Joining CBS Radio as a protege of noted journalist Edward R. Morrow, Eric Sevareid (1912-1992) was the last U.S. correspondent to broadcast from Paris, Franc...
|Civil War Armed Rifleman CDV|
Civil War CDV of a uniformed Union solider toting a rifle. Dramatic pose with great quality.
|William Henry Jackson Mammoth Albumen|
Landscaped image by famous west photographer William Henry Jackson. Titled in the negative, yet fading away, the image is numbered 421 and shows a lake or river from over a canyonside. Measures 10 x 13 on its original gray mount. With some foxing.<...
|Buffalo Bill Cody Cabinet Card by Stacy|
Excellent cabient card of Buffalo Bill Cody by Stacy of Brooklyn, New York. With Stacy's photographic logo and 'W.F. CODY' mount recto. This is one of the most notable images of the Wild West Showman. With minimal corner rounding and one chip o...