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"Any Thing for Me, If You Please!" - Post=Office of the Brooklyn Fair in Aid of the Sanitary Commission.
Artist: Winslow Homer
Publisher: Published in Harper's Weekly, New York.
Medium: Wood engraving,
Date: 1864.
Price: $150.00

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"Any Thing for Me, If You Please!" - Post=Office of the Brooklyn Fair in Aid of the Sanitary Commission. by Winslow Homer
"Pickett's Charge."
Publisher: Published by Harper's Weekly, July 7, 1888.
Medium: Wood engraving,
Date: 1888.
Price: $125.00

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"Pickett's Charge." by
"Proclamation of Freedom", Jan. 1, 1863. Reception of the news, on arrival of the U.S. village mail-carrier.
Medium: Aquatint and engraving,
Date: 1863.
Price: $1,100.00

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"Proclamation of Freedom", Jan. 1, 1863. Reception of the news, on arrival of the U.S. village mail-carrier. by
Advance Guard of the Grand Army of the United States Crossing the Long Bridge over the Potomac, at 2 A.M. on May 24, 1861.
Artist: Winslow Homer
Publisher: Published in Harper's Weekly, New York.
Medium: Wood engraving,
Date: Jun.8, 1861.
Price: $95.00

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Advance Guard of the Grand Army of the United States Crossing the Long Bridge over the Potomac, at 2 A.M. on May 24, 1861. by Winslow Homer
Advance of the Army of the Potomac. An,
Artist: Alfred Waud
Publisher: Published in Harper's Weekly, New York.
Medium: Wood engraving,
Date: Jan. 16, 1864.
Price: $125.00

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Advance of the Army of the Potomac. An, by Alfred Waud
Antietam.
Artist: Thure de Thulstrup
Publisher: Copyright 1887 by L. Prang & Co. Boston. American Lithographic Co.
Medium: Chromolithograph,
Date: 1887.
Price: $500.00

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Antietam. by Thure de Thulstrup
Army of the Ohio on the March. The,
Artist: Henry Mosler
Publisher: Published by Harper's Weekly, November 22, 1862.
Medium: Wood engraving,
Date: 1862.
Price: $125.00

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Army of the Ohio on the March.  The, by Henry  Mosler
Army of the Potomac. The Wagon Trains of the Army of the Potomac en Route from Chickahominy to James River VA. During the Seven Days Fight. (Fording Bear Creek One Mile below Savage Station.) June 29th 1862. The,
Artist: John Bachelder
Publisher: Published by Jno. B. Bachelder.
Medium: Two-stone lithograph.
Date: 1863.
Price: $2,000.00

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Army of the Potomac. The Wagon Trains of the Army of the Potomac en Route from Chickahominy to James River VA. During the Seven Days Fight. (Fording Bear Creek One Mile below Savage Station.) June 29th 1862.  The, by John Bachelder
Atlanta Campaign. : Army of the Cumberland. : Easter Sunday 1864. : Divine Service by Rev. P.P. Cooney C.S.C. Chaplain Gen. of the Ind. Troops in theField. [Eight individuals identified with numbers in the title].
Artist:
Medium: Chromolithograph,
Date: 1877.
Price: $750.00

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Atlanta Campaign. : Army of the Cumberland. : Easter Sunday 1864. : Divine Service by Rev. P.P. Cooney C.S.C. Chaplain Gen. of the Ind. Troops in theField. [Eight individuals identified with numbers in the title]. by � �
Battle as Seen by the Reserve. A,
Artist: Thomas Nast
Publisher: Published by Harper's Weekly, December 27, 1862.
Medium: Wood engraving,
Date: 1862.
Price: $125.00

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Battle as Seen by the Reserve.  A, by Thomas Nast
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