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[Civil War] Gardner Stereoviews of Burying the Dead After the Battle of Antietam
6/27/2011 - ONLINE Civil War Photography Auction
Lot of 2 stereoviews from Alexander Gardner's Photographic Incidents of the War series, both from his own negatives. The first bears his 1862 copyright line in the lower margin of recto and is titled on the verso label No. 561 / Burying the Dead After the Battle of Antietam., while the second has an 1863 copyright and the title No. 569 / View on the Battle Field of Antietam.

Provenance:  
The Ed Burchard Stereoview Collection


Condition:  
Light edge wear and light soiling, else very good.
Sold: $440.63
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