HARPER’S WEEKLY, NEW YORK, MAY 23, 1863 – STONEMAN’S RAID / CHANCELLORSVILLE

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Vol. VII—No. 334. 16 pp. [321-336], four columns, with stories, illustrations and cartoons. Front cover features a dramatic full page sketch of General Stoneman on horseback. Interior illustrations include action sketches of the “Capture of the Heights of Fredericksburg By the Sixth Maine Regiment, of Sedgwick’s Corps,” and “The Battles at Chancellorsville—Couch’s Corps Forming Line of Battle to Cover the Retreat of the 11th Corps, 2d May, 1863”. Plus a centerfold panorama of more “Battles at Chancellorsville—The Scene During the Day, May 1”, and “Howard’s [11th Corps] Head-Quarters, and Position of the Right of the Line of Battle, May 2.”

Exhibits mounting dots and light chipping along left margin. Else VG plus, w/smooth cover. For Chancellorsville buffs, this is the Harper’s Weekly Chancellorsville battle issue. Solid collectible. In protective sleeve, w/white card backing.   [ld] [ph:L]

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