Lot 391    

Three Lincoln CDV's, Funeral Stereoview, Plus
2006, Fall Americana, Nov. 16 & 17
lot of 6. Includes a ferrotype portrait of Lincoln in printed cdv sleeve with scarce U.S. Internal Rev. Two Cent Playing Card stamp in blue on reverse and marked Made with Wing's Patent Multiplying Camera Only At Geo. W. Godfrey & Co. Sunbeam Gallery...Rochester, N.Y., PLUS 2nd a cased 6th plate tintype with embossed patriotic mat of a man dressed as Lincoln, tintype in brown leather case, PLUS 3rd a seated cdv portrait of John Wilkes Booth with imprint of J. Simons, Quincy, Ill., PLUS 4th a half-length cdv portrait of Lincoln by C.D. Fredericks (O-55) in a period floral carved walnut cdv frame, PLUS an albumen stereoview with imprint of E. & H.T. Anthony, N.Y. entitled The Funeral of President Lincoln, New-York, April 25th 1865, from Anthony's Instantaneous Views No. 2954 on 3.25" x 6.75" yellow card stock, AND an unmarked Victorian shell gold brooch with 5-dollar bill portrait of Lincoln, reverse with woven hair mat (not Lincoln's), center of brooch is on pivot and reversible, 1.6" x 2" with pinback.

Provenance:  
Property of the former First National Bank of Fremont, Indiana


Condition:  
1st some crazing, else VG; 2nd minor wear to case, VG; 3rd image slightly light, else VG; 4th minor fading at margins and break in upper right corner of frame, VG-; 5th image light and scattered foxing, VG-; 6th VG.
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