Lot 437
Twenty-Five Civil War Documentary CDVs, Most With "Brady's Album Gallery" Backmarks
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
The group includes 13 images associated with First Manassas and the early troop movements in Northern Virginia, plus ten photographs from the Peninsula campaign, and two interior views of Fort Pulaski, Georgia after its fall to Union forces. The images are dated 1862 and are listed here with Brady's Album Gallery numbers as applicable; the CDVs are overwhelmingly copyrighted by Barnard & Gibson and are not listed here as such to avoid redundancy; a few CDVs, however, are copyrighted by Brady and credited accordingly; the images are as follows: the first with verso manuscript "Blackburn's Ford near Bull Run, M. B. Brady copyright; No. 279, "Fairfax Seminary, VA.," M. B. Brady copyright; No. 302, "Stone Church, Centreville,"; No. 308, "Mrs. Spinner's House, bet. Stone Bridge and Centreville,"; No. 310, "Stone Bridge, Bull Run," (losses to left of print); No. 313, "Sudley Ford and Church, Bull Run,"; No. 314, "Sudley Ford, Bull Run,"; No. 316, "Hecatomb at Sudley Church"; No. 320, "Ruins of Mrs. Henry's House, Bull Run,"; No. 321, "Soldiers' Graves at Bull Run,"; No. 325, "Soldiers' Graves at Bull Run," M. B. Brady copyright (a different view from No. 321); No. 326, "Lewis House, between Bull Run & Manassas," M. B. Brady copyright; No. 327, "Beauregard's Headquarters, Manassas,"; No. 357, "Group. Comte de Paris, Duc de Chartres, Prince de Joinville, and Friends,"; No. 359, "Servants of Officers of Staff,"; No. 360, "Farnhold's House,"; No. 363, "North-east View of Battery No. 1," (vertical crease); No. 368, "Headquarters of General McClellan,"; No. 371, "Clark's House - Regular Hospital for the Reserve,"; No. 374, "Battery No. 4 - Near Yorktown,"; No. 375, "Battery No. 4 - Near Yorktown," (different view); No. 380, "Battery No. 4 - Near Yorktown," (different view); No. 396, "Principal Street, With Court House Yorktown," M. B. Brady copyright; Blank back with manuscript ID, "Gun dismounted at Ft Pulaski," M. Brady copyright; Blank back with manuscript ID, view of Ft. Pulaski 1862.

Collection from Strawberry Hill Antiques, Alexandria, Virginia

Generally very good with expected age toning and wear.

$500 - 1,000