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Professionally Framed Grouping of Confederate General CDVs


Product Description

This is a professionally framed display of three original CDV images of Confederate generals. It has museum-approved matting and glass and has been titled by a professional calligrapher, who also did the hand-drawn Confederate flags. The overall size, which is titled “Confederate Generals”, is 17 ½” x 13”.

The first image is General A.P. Hill with stars on his collar. The backmark is “E.T. Anthony, NY”. He led the 3rd Corps at Gettysburg and later was killed on April 2, 1865 at the Battle of Petersburg. The center image is General Stephen D. Lee, wearing a double-breasted jacket with three stars on the collar. He brought the letter to Major Anderson to surrender Ft. Sumter on April 12, 1861. He was also the youngest Lieutenant General in the Confederacy. The third image is General Fitzhugh Lee, wearing a double-breasted jacket with stars on the collar. He was a Cavalry commander and the nephew of Robert E. Lee.

Overall, this is a beautiful display piece and in excellent condition. These three generals were a major part of Confederate and Civil War history. All of these CDVs are rare and desirable just by themselves. The paper on the image of S.D. Lee is lifting a little at the bottom, but a very hard image to find. The framing, artwork and calligraphy was an expensive process.

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