American Civil War
Original Civil War Photographs for sale | eBay
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.
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*
1865 CIVIL WAR CDV PHOTO OF FEMALE "DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT" / VIVANDIERE
CDV c.1865 of Female "Daughter of The Regiment" Vivandiere. These dedicated women would voluntarily travel with a Civil War Regiment and act as Nurse / Mascot for the Unit. CDV backmarked with T.M.V. & E.V. Doughty of Winsted, Connecticut.
Amazing Memorial Vase "Remembering Col. Elmer Ellsworth" circa 1861. Embossed design featuring the scene of the first death of the Civil War, as Ellsworth tries to remove a Confederate flag flying over local Tavern. The beloved Ellsworth's death was particularly painful to the President and Mrs. Lincoln as they looked upon Ellsworth as another son. His funeral was held at the White House. *s*
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate cavalry uniform and snake belt buckle with two revolvers]
Fabulous attitude in this pose by this unidentified soldier with his arm resting casually on the back of the chair. Wears Confederate cavalry uniform and snake belt buckle with two revolvers tucked in ready to fire away at any Union foe when given the chance. *s*
[Unidentified soldier in Confederate quantrillian battleshirt with double barrel percussion shotgun and cocked Colt Navy revolver]
Unidentified Confederate soldier wearing popular style battleshirt similar to those worn by Quantrill soldiers/ bushwhackers. Holding double barrel percussion shotgun and cocked Colt Navy revolver. *s*
Secession Crisis: Maryland Confederate Ribbon.... Political Ribbons | Lot #38088 | Heritage Auctions
Issued early 1861, Maryland Confederate Session Ribbon. This appeared when it looked like Maryland would join the CSA. Lincoln of course took steps to prevent this secession. General Butler occupied Annapolis and state legislators were arrested. "Death Before Dishonor" quoted at bottom of the ribbon. *s*