||C.D.V. by Richmond Photograph Gallery.
This is an identified photo of William Waldrop, Senior.
Item PH1095 $19.95
||Stereoview of "Non-Commissioned Officers Mess, Co. D, 93rd New York Infantry"
This view was taken in Bealton, Virginia, in August 1863. A product of Taylor and Huntington, this 7 inch by 3-7/8 inch
is in excellent condition, though there is some wear and discoloration at the edges- not in the photos. The back tells a
bit about photographic history and why the images were priced higher than common images.
Item PH1086 $89.95
||Vintage Tintype circa 1900 of Boy with a Bicycle.
This artifact measures about 3-3/8 by 2-3/8 inches and shows a boy standing beside a bicycle. The background appears
to be a wall hanging to provide a scene for the photo. Your tintype is nicely displayed in a Sgt.Riker acrylic CDV
Item PH1081 $49.95
||Unidentified Union Soldier.
This is an unidentified Union soldier in full dress.
Item PH1056 $35.00 SOLD
||Ninth Plate Ambrotype.
This is an unidentified civilian photo, and it is in good condition.
The back half of the case is missing as shown in the picture.
Item PH1038   $39.95
||CDV of Col. Pierce Van Alstyne.
This photo was taken by
G.W. LOUD.of New York.
Your purchase includes
a protective sleeve.
Item PH1020 $85.00
||CDV of an Unknown Union Officer.
In this photo the Officer is wearing a sash and has
his sword beautifully displayed at his side. This photo
includes a protective sleeve.
Item PH1019 $100.00
Quality Stonewall Jackson Print.
The original painting was created by Newell Convers Wyeth, the father of
artist Andrew Wyeth and hangs in the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Virginia.
The battle weary Jackson stands with his trusted steed, Little Sorrel, storm clouds
looming behind him. The brush strokes and clarity of color are accurately captured on
heavy, quality paper. We offer this exceptional print at a very
low price,suitable for framing. This image originally appeared the book, The Long Roll,
by Mary Johnston, copyrighted 1911. This print was copyrighted in 1989 by American Print
Gallery of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The outside dimensions of the print are 25" by
19-1/2"; the dimensions of the picture portion are 20" by 16-1/2".
Item PH9010 $9.99