Antique Original Civil War Poster of Union Generals; 1862; Framed; Ultra Rare For Sale
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Antique Original Civil War Poster of Union Generals; 1862; Framed; Ultra Rare:
Original Huge Antique Civil War Poster Dated 1862 !!! Professionally Custom Framed with Mahogany Wood and "Fade Resistant" plexiglass. Measures: 31 inches wide by 41 inches high by 1 inch thick. Titled: “Our Union Defenders; Insignia Of Rank, Uniform, Arms, Etc.” Generals included are: “ General Fremont, General Buell, General David Hunter, General Halleck, General Banks, General Butler, General Sumner, General, Burnside, General Wool, General Sigel, General McCall, General Mansfield, General McDowell, General Rosecrans, General Viele, General Lander, General Dix, General Lyon, General Heintzelman, Commander DuPont, Commander Wilkes, General Meagher, Colonel Mulligan, General Pope, General Baker, Parson Brownlow, General T. W. Sherman, General Mitchell, General Kelly, and Major-General Geo B. McClellan at the center and large. Uniforms shown: “Aim, Prime, Fire, Order Arms, Charge Bayonet, Support Arms, Unfix Bayonet, Shoulder Arms, Present Arms, Secure Arms, Infantry Guard, Load, Calvary Guard, and Fire Kneeling. Arms shown: “Foot Officers Sword, General Officers Sword, Staff Officers Sword, Calvary Sabre, Musician and Non-Commissioned Officers Sword, and Medical and Pay Department Officers Sword. Lastly shows officers rank patches: “Service Stripes, Hospital Steward, Second Sergeant, Corporal, Lieutenant General, Major- General, Brigadier - General, Colonel, Commissary, Surgeon, Quartermaster, Paymaster, Lieut. - Colonel and Major, Captain, First Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, Sergeant- Major, Quartermaster Sergeant, and First, or Orderly- Sergeant. In very good condition for age. There is a slight scratch about 1 inch long on plexi-glass barely noticeable and very few holes on the poster itself. Ready to hand with wire mesh on back. Bottom says: “Entered, according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1862, Published by H. H. Lloyd & Co., 25 Howard St., New York”. See all photographs and details as there are no returns. Rare and Spectacular Presentation for your home or office. RARE RARE RARE
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