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003conf: 1864 Civil War: Rebels Destroy Mansion. Two hand colored, engraved scenes from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Both images pertain to the sack of the Blair Mansion, near Washington, D.C. by Confederate troops. Top image shows the ruins of the mansion. Bottom image shows a group of Confederate soldiers brazenly "carousing near the garden vase." Text on the page describes a peace conference which had been recently held in Niagara Falls New York.
11x16 in. $60
004conf: 1862 Civil War: Rebels Sack Western Town. Hand colored engraving from Harper's Weekly, titled "John Morgan's Highwaymen Sacking a Peaceful Village in the West." Shows Confederate soldiers burning houses and
attacking hapless civilians. 11x16 in. $60
005conf: Portrait of President Jefferson Davis. Photographic portrait of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy. Printed circa 1895 as an illustration to a book.
6x10 in. $30
007conf: 1866 Portrait, Article on Robert E. Lee. Hand colored, engraved portrait of Robert E. Lee, from Harper's Weekly. Accompanied by an article about Lee's life and career as a soldier. Two portraits beneath the article are unrelated to Lee. 11x16 in. $40
008conf: 1861 Portrait of Jefferson Davis. Antique hand colored, engraved portrait of Jefferson Davis from the March 9, 1861 issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper's only a month before the Civil War began. Above the portrait is an article about Davis's life and career as a soldier and statesman. 11x16 in. $50
009conf: Portrait of Southern General Braxton Bragg. Photographic portrait of Braxton Bragg, the Confederate leader at the Battle of Chickamauga. Published in 1912 as an illustration to a book. Beneath the portrait is a short biographical paragraph, describing Bragg's
7x10 in. $25
1867 Hand colored wood engraving titled, "Trial of Jeff Davis, May 13, 1867 -- Mr. Charles O'Conor Moving for His Release on Bail."
Featured in Harper's Weekly.
16 x 11 in. $80
011conf: 1889 The Late Jefferson Davis- His Inauguration As President of the Southern Confederacy At Montgomery, Alabama, February 18th, 1861. This hand colored engraving is from the December 1889 edition of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. 11x16 in. $80
012conf: 1907 Portrait, Article on Robert E. Lee. Photographic portrait of Robert E. Lee, from Collier's magazine on the hundredth anniversary of his birth. Image is surrounded by a short biographical article, which was written by the eldest son of Ulysses S. Grant.
9x11 in. $25
013conf: 1862 Civil War: Rebels Attacking Civilians. Large, hand colored print from Harper's Weekly, titled "A Rebel Guerilla Raid in a Western Town. Shows Confederate soldiers burning the town and assaulting peaceful civilians during the raid. A Confederate flag is hanging from the flagpole on a public building, and the words "Death to Yankees" are scrawled on the wall. This is clearly an attempt by a Northern publication to portray the rebels in the worst possible light.
16x22 in. $100
1863 Portraits of Confederate Officers. Collage of hand colored, steel engraved portraits, published as an illustration to a book during the Civil War. Title of the collage is "Rebel Officers." Seven Confederate military commanders are shown, surrounding an old portrait of President Jefferson Davis. Officers shown are Beauregard, Lee, Bragg, Hollins, Buckner, Johnson,
6x9 in. $50
1864 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving showing the Rebels robbing, pillaging, destroying and retreating with their plunder
across the Potomac River.
15-1/2 x 11 in. $60
1862 Harper's Weekly hand colored wood engraving titled, "The Rebel Army Crossing the Fords of the Potomac for the
Invasion of Maryland."
16 x 11 in. $80
1896 VERY RARE, ORIGINAL color lithograph published by The Richmond Dispatch Design
for the Davis Monument,
"Our Lost Cause," as a
Confederate Souvenir Edition.
23 x 17 in.
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