Lot 122    

CDV of Captain Edward R. Rankin, 16th CT.,
2006, Fall Americana, Nov. 16 & 17
with imprint of R.S. De LaMater, Hartford and modern pencil identification on verso. A fine vignette of this officer sporting classic Victorian mutt and chop whiskers who enlisted as captain of Company D in August 1862. As part of the 9th Corps, Rankin saw action with the regiment at Antietam and Fredericksburg before resigning in January 1863.

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Cdv is near EXC with bumped corners.
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