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Five CDVs: Nelson Miles, Chas. H. Morgan, Edwin D. Morgan, G.W. Morgan, Gershom Mott
4/30/2014 - Firearms and Militaria: Live Salesroom Auction
Lot of 5: John Goldin & Co., Washington, D.C. view of Brig. Gen. Charles H. Morgan '53, ink autographed beneath portrait; a staff officer assigned to 2nd Corps associated with Gen. Hancock, six wartime brevets including Gettysburg, Bristoe Station and Spotsylvania C.H. Obscure view by D. Denison's Gallery, Albany, NY, of Maj. Gen. Edwin D. Morgan, a political payoff by Lincoln, later Governor of New York. Anonymous view of Brig. Gen. Geo. W. Morgan post-war in civilian attire; briefly commanded a division in the 13th Corps at Chickasaw Bayou, resigned. Anonymous view of Maj. Gen. Gershom Mott, Col. 6th NJ; twice wounded brigade and division commander in AOP, brevetted for the Crater. Plus a CDV of Nelson Miles, by Addis, Washington, D.C.

Provenance:  
The Robert Trownsell Collection


Condition:  
George Morgan CDV, light spotting/soiling, with remnants of adhesive on verso, indicating that this was mounted in album at one time. Mott CDV, lower right corner of albumen slightly lifted from mount. 
Sold: $470.00
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